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AGP Further Uses
Ludlow Town Football Club’s Ligaturf pitch benefits from the latest low-spill floodlighting. The Pitch can be hired for 11 a side or it can be split into 3rds or halves for 5,6 or 7 a side matches or team training sessions.
The advances in artificial pitches over the past decade have been amazing. The bad old days of rock hard carpets and the associated problems of untrue ball bounce are long gone. Today’s 3G artificial technology provides surfaces as close to natural grass as you can get.
As with natural grass pitches, normal football boots can be worn, e.g. rubber, plastic and metal studs and blades.
Our floodlit Ligaturf pitch can also support rugby training, coaching and tag rugby.
There are restrictions on scrummaging and rucking but other forms of contact and non-contact rugby training and coaching are supported.
The surface is ideal for junior tag rugby which offers a great way to introduce the game to the younger age groups.
There are certain restrictions on the type of footwear permitted for rugby on Ligaturf 240. Please contact the Club for guidance on this subject.
With the advent of state of the art “roll out” cricket pitches, Ludlow Town Football Club is able to stage 20/20 cricket during daylight and under floodlights, for both adult and junior age groups.
Junior Kwik cricket is another form of the game that can be played on Ligaturf at Ludlow Town Football Club.
We can also provide facilities for coaching and net practice using portable nets and a bowling machine, by prior arrangement.
Spikes are not permitted on LIgaturf but other forms of cricket footwear are allowed.
The Canadian National Hockey Championships at Under 19 level were played on Ligaturf 240 at the Tortonto Varsity Stadium in June 2007
Although England Hockey have not yet sanctioned competitive hockey on 3rd generation artificial grass, we believe that hockey training and coaching are activities that can be supported effectively.
Ligaturf is as close to natural grass as you can get so, as you would expect,most of the sports that can be played on natural grass can be played on Ligaturf.
Apart from those sports mentioned above, others, such as target golf, lacrosse, rounders, etc can be accommodated.
Restrictions on footwear may apply, please contact the Club for guidance.
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