As the football season begins to loom on the horizon again, everyone starts to get football fever. Many outdoor football pitches are actually busy all summer, too, as people take advantage of the good weather to play on them. Of course, looking after an outdoor football pitch, so it is safe to use, is key. This will make it more popular with people and help avoid any accidents you could be held liable for.
But what are the most common mistakes to avoid when looking after your outdoor football pitches?
If your outdoor pitches are made available for people to use in the evenings, you must ensure adequate lighting. This will help players to see what is happening properly and avoid any nasty collisions on the pitch. It will also give your outdoor football pitches a more secure and welcoming feel. This is just as important in the summer months once the light begins to fade.
Another big no-no if you manage outdoor football pitches is not keeping on top of their maintenance. Whether they are school pitches or public ones, you must keep them in good order. This will make them more enjoyable to play on and ensure the grass is not too long to inhibit the ball’s path. Good maintenance will also ensure pitch markings are kept updated so players can easily see when the ball goes out. It will also mean any rubbish or debris is moved off the pitches, so they are safe to play on.
Lack of perimeter fencing
Football fencing is a must-have for any outdoor pitches you manage. This is because they can easily target intruders or vandals when not in use late at night. To avoid anyone accessing them who shouldn’t, security fencing is the ideal solution. It will provide not only a visual deterrent but also a physical one.
Make Zaun security fencing a part of your team.
If you do not currently have high-security fencing around your outdoor football pitches, get in touch with Zaun today. Our top-quality welded and woven mesh fencing is the perfect way to keep your pitches safe and free from any malicious damage.