Basketball Court Flooring

Our service range includes a wide range of synthetic basketball court flooring, 8 layer basketball court flooring, 7 layer basketball court flooring and volleyball court flooring.

Synthetic Basketball Court Flooring

₹ 45 /sq ft Get Latest Price

Usage/ApplicationBasketball Court Flooring
MaterialRubber
ColorRed and Blue
FinishingGlossy
WaterproofYes
No. of Coating Layer5 Layer

Minimum order quantity: 1000 sq ft

A synthetic basketball court is a sports surface made of artificial materials like polyurethane, acrylic, or rubber. It's designed to replicate the performance characteristics of traditional hardwood courts. These courts are known for their durability, consistency, and all-weather usability. They offer excellent traction, reducing the risk of slips and injuries. Synthetic basketball courts are commonly used in indoor and outdoor settings, providing players with a reliable and resilient surface for playing basketball, with minimal maintenance requirements compared to traditional wood courts.

8 Layer Basketball Court Flooring

₹ 85 /Square Feet Get Latest Price

ColorBlue
Floor TypeRubber
FinishGlossy
Usage/ApplicationBasketball Court Flooring
WaterproofYes
No. of Coating Layer8 Layer

Minimum order quantity: 1000 Square Feet

A basketball court is a specially designed sports surface where the game of basketball is played. It consists of various key components and markings that define the playing area and facilitate fair gameplay. Here's a description of a typical basketball court:

  1. Playing Surface: The central area of the basketball court is a rectangular playing surface, typically made of hardwood for indoor courts or asphalt or concrete for outdoor courts. The surface is flat, smooth, and resilient, providing a consistent and safe playing environment.

  2. Court Dimensions: A standard basketball court measures 94 feet in length and 50 feet in width for NBA and NCAA regulations. However, other organizations and levels of play may have different court sizes, with high school and FIBA courts being slightly smaller.

  3. Basketball Hoops: At each end of the court, there is a basketball hoop attached to a backboard. The hoop consists of a 10-foot-high rim with a net. Scoring is achieved by shooting the basketball through the opponent's hoop.

  4. Three-Point Line: The court features a three-point line that arcs around the key or paint area. Shots made from beyond this line are worth three points, while shots made from inside the line are worth two points.

  5. Free-Throw Line: A free-throw line is marked 15 feet away from the basketball hoop, and it is where players attempt free throws after certain fouls.

  6. Key or Paint: The key, also known as the paint or lane, is a rectangular area located near each basketball hoop. It is typically 19 feet by 16 feet at the NBA level. It is where players attempt layups, dunks, and free throws.

  7. Half-Court Line: The court is divided into two equal halves by a midcourt line. This line is used to denote which team has possession of the ball.

  8. Sideline and Baseline: The outer boundaries of the court are marked by sideline and baseline boundaries. Stepping out of bounds results in a turnover.

  9. Shot Clock: In professional basketball leagues, a shot clock is positioned above the hoop. It counts down from 24 or 14 seconds, depending on the league, to ensure teams take shots within a specified time frame.

  10. Team Benches and Scorer's Table: Along the sidelines, you'll find seating for players, coaches, and staff, along with the scorer's table, where the game officials and scorekeepers manage the game.

  11. Spectator Seating: Basketball courts are often surrounded by spectator seating to accommodate fans and create an exciting atmosphere during games.

  12. Lighting and Flooring: Indoor basketball courts have appropriate lighting systems to ensure visibility, and the playing surface is often hardwood for its durability and shock-absorbing properties.

Basketball courts serve as the heart of the game, providing the necessary structure and markings to ensure fair play, and they vary in size and specifications based on the level of play and governing organization.

7 Layer Basketball Court Flooring

₹ 50 /Square Feet Get Latest Price

Usage/ApplicationBasketball Court Flooring
ColorGreen
Floor TypeRubber
FinishGlossy
BrandInfinity Infrastructure
No. of Layers7 Layer

Minimum order quantity: 1000 Square Feet

A basketball court is a specially designed sports surface where the game of basketball is played. It consists of various key components and markings that define the playing area and facilitate fair gameplay. Here's a description of a typical basketball court:

  1. Playing Surface: The central area of the basketball court is a rectangular playing surface, typically made of hardwood for indoor courts or asphalt or concrete for outdoor courts. The surface is flat, smooth, and resilient, providing a consistent and safe playing environment.

  2. Court Dimensions: A standard basketball court measures 94 feet in length and 50 feet in width for NBA and NCAA regulations. However, other organizations and levels of play may have different court sizes, with high school and FIBA courts being slightly smaller.

  3. Basketball Hoops: At each end of the court, there is a basketball hoop attached to a backboard. The hoop consists of a 10-foot-high rim with a net. Scoring is achieved by shooting the basketball through the opponent's hoop.

  4. Three-Point Line: The court features a three-point line that arcs around the key or paint area. Shots made from beyond this line are worth three points, while shots made from inside the line are worth two points.

  5. Free-Throw Line: A free-throw line is marked 15 feet away from the basketball hoop, and it is where players attempt free throws after certain fouls.

  6. Key or Paint: The key, also known as the paint or lane, is a rectangular area located near each basketball hoop. It is typically 19 feet by 16 feet at the NBA level. It is where players attempt layups, dunks, and free throws.

  7. Half-Court Line: The court is divided into two equal halves by a midcourt line. This line is used to denote which team has possession of the ball.

  8. Sideline and Baseline: The outer boundaries of the court are marked by sideline and baseline boundaries. Stepping out of bounds results in a turnover.

  9. Shot Clock: In professional basketball leagues, a shot clock is positioned above the hoop. It counts down from 24 or 14 seconds, depending on the league, to ensure teams take shots within a specified time frame.

  10. Team Benches and Scorer's Table: Along the sidelines, you'll find seating for players, coaches, and staff, along with the scorer's table, where the game officials and scorekeepers manage the game.

  11. Spectator Seating: Basketball courts are often surrounded by spectator seating to accommodate fans and create an exciting atmosphere during games.

  12. Lighting and Flooring: Indoor basketball courts have appropriate lighting systems to ensure visibility, and the playing surface is often hardwood for its durability and shock-absorbing properties.

Basketball courts serve as the heart of the game, providing the necessary structure and markings to ensure fair play, and they vary in size and specifications based on the level of play and governing organization.

Volleyball Court Flooring

₹ 45 /Square Feet Get Latest Price

Flooring MaterialSynthetic, Acrylic Flooring
Service LocationPAN INDIA

Minimum order quantity: 3000 Square Feet

Volleyball court flooring is a specially designed surface for indoor and outdoor volleyball play. It typically consists of a flat and cushioned material, often made of wood, synthetic materials, or sand. These surfaces provide a safe and level playing area for volleyball matches, allowing players to move quickly and make precise movements while minimizing the risk of injury. Indoor courts often feature smooth wooden or synthetic flooring, while outdoor courts can have sand or artificial grass surfaces. Properly maintained volleyball court flooring is essential for a great playing experience and player safety.

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