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What Game Court Does You Need For Backyard Soccer Wall

Friday, August 27th, 2021

Have you opted to install a backyard game court from Sport Court to keep your kids safe, healthy, and entertained at home? The question now is, “Which one?” You are sure to come across various suppliers in terms of creating the best soccer court. You will be able to choose from various styles, sizes, and colors of the Backyard soccer wall that you are looking to construct at the court.

A Few Questions Which Should Guide Your Decision:

  1. What are your children’s ages?
  2. Will you and your children be using the game court?
  3. What sports do your kids participate in now?
  4. What is the size of your yard?
  5. Do you have any flat, level land in your yard free of large trees and septic tanks?

Adjusting the Size of Your Game Court (Sports Court dimensions)

Let’s start with the court sizes available and the games you and your family could play on them.

  1. Basketball- Basketball is one of the most popular game court sports in the United States. While a full-court, NBA regulation-size court measures 50 X 94 feet, few people (aside from Justin Timber Lake) have or want to devote that much space in their yard to a Sport Court surface. For half-court games with a three-point line, a 25 by the 45-foot court is sufficient.
  2. Volleyball- Volleyball and other net sports are usually played on a 30-by-60-foot court. By putting the hoop in the center of the court, lengthwise, where it doubles as the volleyball net post, your volleyball court may easily double as a basketball court.
  3. Soccer, Lacrosse, and Hockey- Many of today’s most popular sports may play on a Sport Court, and most games can adjust to fit your court’s size. We can also build custom-sized courts for soccer, hockey, lacrosse, jogging, gymnastics, rollerblading, skating, BMX bikes, and other sports in your backyard.
  4. Tennis- A tennis court is much bigger, measuring 36X78 feet, though singles tennis can play on a smaller court if space is an issue. A doubles tennis court is more versatile, as it is large enough to accommodate almost any game.

Choosing a Model of Game Court

It’s time to choose a model of the game court from Sports Court once you’ve determined how large a game court your yard can accommodate and how your family wants to play their favorite games. Sport Court East provides three different Sport Court surface models, each with its own set of perks and price ranges.

  1. Power games
  2. Sport Games
  3. Sport Deck

Final thoughts 

It’s all in the accessories you add, from nets to hoops and the lines that are painted to match several sports, once you’ve chosen the backyard soccer wall that meets your family’s needs and budget. Because it’s simple to re-paint lines, the focus of your game court can shift as your children grow and their interests go. Unlike a swing set, sandbox, or playhouse, your gaming court is an investment.