Of all the stands at the 2019 FSB show in Koln, Germany, the CCGrass was not only one of the most impressive, but also one of the busiest. With areas featuring a wide range of artificial turf for sport and landscape, it was, perhaps the new PRT backing presentation, that drew most interest.
Recently, CCGrass modernised the playing surface at St. Mary’s Stadium, Kitende. The surface was transformed from natural grass to artificial grass, to become the third synthetic turf playing pitch in Uganda, secured through special financial support from FIFA.
When Esporte Club Sao Jose decided to move its home matches to The Stadium of Passo D’Areia, they insisted on a FIFA Quality pitch. The new surface was provided by FIFA Preferred Producer, CCGrass, and independently tested to the FIFA standard.
Welcome to take a look at our latest football fields which have been tested to the stringent testing criteria of the FIFA Quality Programme.
The following fields are certified from April to May in year 2019, located in Australia, Africa, China, etc.
My first visit to China was extremely productive and educational. I learned a great deal about the size and culture of CCGrass and also Nanjing as a city.
On May 11th 2019, World Rugby Preferred Producer, CCGrass, played host to a visit of the Deputy Secretary General of the Chinese Rugby Association, Liu Chenglong, at their main factory.
When CCGrass’s R&D team developed the Superb yarn, using C8 polymer and a 17,000 dtex diamond shape, it was aimed at high profile projects.
The following fields are certified in late 2018 & early 2019, located in Brazil,Cyprus, Australia, Poland, Thailand,etc.
CCGrass, the largest producer of synthetic turf in the world has supplied its flagship product, Superb, to the Spanish town of Torres de la Alameda, which will play host to 76 teams and over 2,000 players during the Evergrande Madrid Championships.
CCGrass, the world’s largest producer of synthetic turf announces a new sponsorship partnership with Hockey for Heroes for the UK market.