Artificial Synthetic grass
Soccer Grass works with the best quality synthetic grass used in the best fields of Brazil and the World, being highlights in the arenas of great world stars.
What are the Advantages of Using Synthetic Grass:
- The synthetic grass is extremely ecological because it does not need to be irrigated, avoiding wasted water.
- Synthetic sports grass on indoor courts and outdoor areas such as football fields.
- Synthetic grass has a low maintenance cost
- The synthetic grass does not need to be fertilized, cut or used pesticides
- Synthetic grass maintains a high level of quality and performance throughout the year
- The synthetic grass does not suffer from weather
- Synthetic grass can be installed in many places where natural grass can not, such as on slabs, in internal areas, steep ramps, places where there is no natural light or in areas that are not accessible.
- Synthetic grass can be used immediately after rain or storm, as there will be no earth or mud.
Soccer Grass provides synthetic grass for all Brazil and for the international market by the best conditions of the market and has ample infrastructure, with modern equipment and materials for the projection of synthetic grass, we work with customized projects.
The synthetic grass we supply has a unique system in which the quality of the yarns is preserved even after years of use. In this way grass wear is significantly reduced, having longer life.
Soccer Grass always guarantees the best services for synthetic grass, meeting the needs of its customers, each project is unique and exclusive. We have strict quality control to ensure maximum durability. The combination of the fibers of the artificial grass guarantees its quality with the same characteristics and quality of the biggest European manufacturers, meeting all the demands of the world market.
We have a consolidated brand in the market and recognized for the transparency, commitment and loyalty with the customers and for offering products, technical consultancies, commercial services and after sales of high quality, Soccer Grass is reference when we mention the synthetic grass.
Soccer Grass X PRO synthetic grass, today meets all FIFA requirements for international competitions because it has a great resemblance to natural grass, synthetic grass has not come to compete with natural grass but rather to be used in football fields that has a great rotation of use and multipurpose where the Natural grass does not support so much demand. Rubber used in shock absorption in synthetic grass is recycled with this we help the environment and bring the best synthetic grass technology to all athletes, whether professional or amateur.
The only synthetic grass that allows the use of studded cleats
We offer a complete line of Soccer Grass XPro® synthetic turfs and the Zico Pro synthetic turf, all developed specifically for soccer.
FIFA Quality Concept for Synthetic grass
In the 60s and 70s, the first types of artificial lawns were made also with the purpose of being used in gymnasiums. Since then, synthetic grasses have evolved considerably, from being used in many stadiums and football fields around the world. It is currently in use the third generation of synthetic grass that is able to simulate almost perfectly the characteristics of natural grass. With the new standard in 2014, which contains improved test methods and criteria, starting a new era in the history of synthetic grass.
Synthetic grass has been around for decades. But just happened to call the public's attention when, in the mid-60s, was installed at the Astrodome baseball stadium in Houston, in the US state of Texas. Since then, much has been done for the development in the field of artificial lawns, and there are in football recognition by the advantages offered by these products.
The benefits are obvious. Synthetic grass can be used seven days a week, even in bad weather, requiring a much lower level of maintenance. It's no surprise that their use is increasingly applicant, not only in professional sports, but also sports associations amateur, national, regional and local, as well as in university sports. Moreover, in regions with limited water resources or unfavorable climate for grass cultivation, the artificial grass fields are the perfect alternative.
Greater comfort during the game thanks to more detailed tests
FIFA has been involved in quality control of artificial grasses since 2001, being largely responsible for the development and constant improvement. The key piece is the "FIFA Quality Programme for synthetic lawns" that through RECOMMENDED FIFA stamp and other measures intended to ensure the highest quality and, consequently, artificial fields at the highest level with the necessary security for the sport.
To ensure that the conditions of play on artificial fields are equal to those offered by natural grass in good condition, is the foundation, conducted extensive practical tests and laboratory. In addition, constant checks must be made, such as the development and ongoing research of the product, its installation and maintenance.
More detailed tests guarantee that the product has all the features required by natural grasses in good condition, ensuring the highest quality. So that these standards are even better, is also held during this process, intensive research with universities, testing institutes and other sports organizations..
FIFA begins a new phase in the development of synthetic grass
Since the introduction in 2004 of synthetic lawns in the rules of the game, there was a steady increase in demand and a continuous improvement in comfort during the game due to the standards set by FIFA. However, there is much to improve in the area of artificial lawns because, despite the apparent improvement, there is still resistance from coaches and players.
FIFA wishes to address further in future research, the needs and views of coaches and players, integrating these elements to the requirements of artificial lawns. The new testing methods should determine the influence of road surface on the frequency of injury and the level of fatigue of athletes. It should also be examined in more detail the adaptability of the players to change the pitch and kicks, runs, jumps and quick turns.
Thus, the pattern in 2014 is a new milestone in the development of artificial lawns, ensuring that tomorrow's facilities become technologically more mature, better adapted and more "green", ie sustainable. The focus will be on advanced technology, improved testing methods and comprehensive practical tests. The path to the future is already marked.