|Place of Origin:||China|
|Brand Name:||Excellent Turf|
|Certification:||SGS / Labosports / ISO9001 / ISO14001 / CE / RoHS / TUV|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||Negotiable|
|Packaging Details:||Rolled with film covered|
|Delivery Time:||2 weeks|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, L/C|
|Supply Ability:||8,000,000 ㎡ yearly|
|Product:||Backyard Putting Green||Material:||Monofilament PE|
|Model:||SF153||Application:||Sports And Recreation|
|Density:||27,300 Stitches / ㎡||Dtex:||15,300|
|Gauge:||3/8 Inch||Anti UV:||5 - 8 Years|
Easy Installation Low Maintenance Football Grass With 8 Years Warranty
FIFA originally launched its FIFA Quality Concept in February 2001. UEFA announced that starting from the 2005–06 season, approved artificial surfaces were to be permitted in their competitions.
A full international fixture for the 2008 European Championships was played on 17 October 2007 between England and Russia on an artificial surface, which was installed to counteract adverse weather conditions, at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow. It was one of the first full international games to be played on such a surface approved by both FIFA and UEFA. However, UEFA ordered that the 2008 European Champions League final hosted in the same stadium in May 2008 must take place on grass, so a temporary natural grass field was installed just for the final.
UEFA stressed that artificial turf should only be considered an option where climatic conditions necessitate.
In June 2009, following a match played at Estadio Ricardo Saprissa in Costa Rica, American national team manager Bob Bradley called on FIFA to "have some courage" and ban artificial surfaces.
FIFA designated a star system for artificial turf fields that have undergone a series of tests that examine quality and performance based on a two-star system.
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