How much does a sport court cost?

You have a great deal of flexibility when it comes to the placement and installation of your backyard sporting courts. Thus the prices can range between $4 and $16 per square foot, which is approximately $17,200 to $76,000 for a standard size court.

Does sport court need concrete?

Many courts are built over a 4” thick concrete slab using 3500 PSI concrete and 1/2″ rebar reinforcements. Concrete is considered ideal for sport courts as a permanent structure that when done right will not require any maintenance. Asphalt is another option for base material, depending on your preference.

How much does a half court outdoor basketball court cost?

A half-size court is 47 feet by 50 feet (2,350 square feet), which can run from $8,600 to $38,000. If that is still too large, there is a 30 feet by 30 feet (900 square feet) option. This comes with a much lower cost of $3,300 to $15,000. When considering a full-size court, there are some standard sizes.

How much is it to pour a basketball court?

Concrete Basketball Court Pricing Per Square Foot Rebar 1/2 inch thick to support the concrete. Poured concrete (standard choice): $1.25-$1.75 per square foot for materials and $2.50-$8 per square foot for installation, totaling $15,000-$45,000 for full size, or $3,500-$9,000 for 3-on-3.

How much does a half court basketball cost?

Half Court

Standard Dimensions Average Cost
NBA/NCAA 47′ x 50′ $23,000
High School 42′ x 50′ $21,000
Junior High 37′ x 42′ $15,500
3-on-3 Court 30′ x 30′ $9,000

What goes under a sport court?

Base Material is exactly what it sounds like – the material that goes underneath your court. There are many options available for base material including concrete, asphalt, crushed stone and modular bases. Many courts are built over a 4” thick concrete slab using 3500 PSI concrete and 1/2″ rebar reinforcements.

Can you put sport court on grass?

No, we do not recommend installing basketball court tiles over grass or dirt. Neither grass nor dirt can provide a surface that is flat enough for the sport tiles. Additionally, grass and dirt are prone to erosion which eventually leads to an uneven playing surface.

How much does a concrete slab for a basketball court cost?

The cost of a concrete slab costs about $7 to $8 per square foot. So, a concrete slab for a half basketball court may cost up to $18,800. After the concrete slab or other base coat is poured, you need to cover it with the actual material for the basketball court.

How much does a basketball court cost per square foot?

Hardwood Basketball Court Flooring Prices Per Square Foot. If you opt for maple hardwood, the standard choice on indoor courts, you will pay around $3.50-$6 per square foot for the wood, plus another $3-$8 per square foot for installation.

What kind of courts does Rhino Sports make?

Outdoor Multi Sport. Rhino Sports® creates custom athletic courts for indoors and outdoor sports for all levels of play, from recreational to professional. From hockey tile and basketball flooring to tennis court construction and putting greens, we provide custom court designs to meet the unique needs and desires of our clients.

What do you need to know about sport court?

Sport Court is dedicated to providing lasting, safe, quality courts that create memories and foster talent. Experience the next level. Whether you’re looking for a multi-sport playground, basketball training ground, or volleyball center, we know it’s an investment in a future of fostering dedication and commitment.

What kind of flooring does sport court use?

Championship-tested. For over 40 years, Sport Court has been helping you build champions on a backyard court or on gymnasium flooring. Our CourtBuilders™ work with families and facilities across the nation and the globe to deliver high-caliber sports flooring that bring out the game in all of us.