What are you doing with your Fourth of July? Have some fun in your backyard with friends and family! We’ve pulled together simple and kid friendly recipes and backyard Sport Court games that adults and kids are sure to love.
Sport Court in the News
Richard Attias, the architect of Doha Goals Forum’s success GroundReport | Author: Dave Laurence The Doha GOALS Forum is an initiative-based event, and so its success can be judged by the achievements of its initiatives. One of its most ambitious was the Sports Fields initiative, which aimed to provide free access to sport facilities in communities around the world. There is a particular focus on underprivileged young people, who may not have access to facilities elsewhere.
When more than 15,000 girls volleyball players ages 12 to 18 descend on New Orleans beginning Tuesday, June 23rd for the 2015 USA Volleyball Girls’ Junior National Championships (GJNC) all matches will played on Sport Court® playing surfaces that have transformed the sport of volleyball to allow for concurrent match play in a convention center setting.
It's summer time and the kids are out of school! Keep them entertained and active on your backyard Sport Court game court with these 10 summer outdoor activities. Don't have a backyard court? No problem! These activities can be done in your yard or at the local park.
In an effort to keep 3x3’s unique outdoor venues while protecting the athletes and enhancing performance, FIBA selected Sport Court’s PowerGame as its official playing court. PowerGame is the safest outdoor court in the world. It features the lowest skin abrasion of any outdoor court surface and is made of the highest quality materials. The court is designed to absorb shock and reduce joint strain and fatigue to help athletes play longer and safer.
The USA Volleyball Open National Championships is one of Sport Court’s favorite tournaments! The Opens demonstrate that volleyball is a diverse lifetime sport that can be played by people of various abilities. Volleyball players from different age groups, backgrounds and countries gather at the COBO Center in Detroit, MI to share their love for the game. Read more...
Soon, Sport Court is headed to the USA Volleyball Open National Championships. It’s one of our favorite tournaments because it demonstrates that volleyball is a lifetime sport! We have a few tips for those of you beginning your volleyball career in hopes that you will fall in love with the game in your backyard and one-day play on the courts of the Opens. Last post, we discussed the basics of passing and setting. Now, we will go over the basics of serving and hitting.
On a weekly basis Sport Court has the opportunity to be involved in events that take place in venues and backyards around the world! The following four events capture the range of projects Sport Court works on over the course of one week.
Summer volleyball season is here and Sport Court wants to help improve your volleyball game in your own backyard! Over the next two weeks, Sport Court will be reviewing volleyball fundamentals and detailing drills you can run at home. This week, we’re focusing on the basics of passing and setting.