8 Mar 2014

Hockey Australia selects GreenFields TX

Tags:Hockey

Hockey Western Australia has had a GreenFields® TX artificial grass system installed in the Perth Stadium in Australia. This hockey system is identical to the one on which the 2014 World Cup will be played this summer in the Kyocera and GreenFields Stadiums in The Hague, the Netherlands. GreenFields® TX is the state-of-the-art, top-class hockey system specially developed for this World Cup by textile technology group TenCate and a large number of leading hockey players. GreenFields is the official supplier of this durable system.

Hockey Western Australia has had a GreenFields® TX artificial grass system installed in the Perth Stadium in Australia. This hockey system is identical to the one on which the 2014 World Cup will be played this summer in the Kyocera and GreenFields Stadiums in The Hague, the Netherlands. GreenFields® TX is the state-of-the-art, top-class hockey system specially developed for this World Cup by textile technology group TenCate and a large number of leading hockey players. GreenFields is the official supplier of this durable system.

State-of-the-art artificial grass for hockey

GreenFields® TX builds on the success of the GreenFields® MX system used by professional football clubs in the Dutch Jupiler League, and stems from GreenFields’ ambition to develop a top-quality playing surface for hockey – a pitch that is ideal for playing modern fast hockey at the highest level. Dutch hockey internationals contributed their knowledge and experience to the design and development work. The result is a state-of-the-art, top-class hockey system. Ed Donkers, global brand manager of GreenFields, explains: “The Australian hockey teams have high ambitions. Experience in playing on GreenFields® TX will give Australia an excellent chance in the 2014 World Cup. The other countries competing in the tournament can also train and practise on a 2014 World Cup pitch because the same type of artificial grass has been installed at more than ten hockey grounds in the western part of the Netherlands.”

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