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MUGA line marking are very popular because they allow schools, leisure centres and sports clubs to offer a high-performance, versatile facility; we are specialists in the multi-use game area field.

different types of sports which are played on these sports courts include basketball, tennis and netball, but a variety of others can be included to your finished flooring as well.

A great number of schools, leisure centres and public sports facilities have these versatile courts installed to allow users to play a multitude of activities, so it’s important to have clear and vivid line markings.


We can provide a wide range of painted markings for a polymeric rubber or macadam hard courts surface type, these surfaces are often used for netball courts and tennis courts, find out more about our sports court surface types here

These line markings are applied in either acrylic or polyurethane material paint depending on the specification that is required. Before applying the line-markings we will usually spray a coloured anti-slip coating on the whole area in a design of your choice.

This coating provides slip-resistant qualities due to a mixture of aluminium oxide and sand put into the paint coatings, which provides more safety benefits and performance qualities.

We offer this specialist sports line-marking paint in a range of different colours including blue, green, purple orange and white. This allows you to create a vibrant and eye-catching design for your multi-sport court.

If you would like us to apply MUGA line marking to your surface or install a completely new sports facility in surrounding areas at your organisation, please fill in our contact form.

We will be in touch as soon as possible to offer our closest professional advice regarding the costs and specifications for sports surface non-slip coloured paint and markings to ensure you get the best value for money.

Sports Court Line Markings Near Me

It’s important to have clear and accurate sports court line marking for your facility. Contrasting colours ensure that it’s easy to determine scores in competitive matches, for example, if a ball is in or out.

For a surface which is being used for a range of different activities, we will always use a contrasting colour style for different sports.

This is so players can enjoy accurate game play and easily tell the difference between the lines so that training and matches are less confusing.

Our professional installers can apply accurately measured line markings for numerous sports including tennis, basketball, netball, football and any other games you want to play.

We also install inlaid markings to a sports court with a 3G/4G, sand-infill, synthetic and fake grass surface as well as the painted hard court lines.

Multi Use Games Area Dimensions Near Me

Once any multi use games area dimensions have been put onto your sports courts surface, we always advise that you carry out regular proactive maintenance such as cleaning and brushing.

By keeping the surface clean and free from dirt and moss, you can extend the lifespan of your sport facility line-marking.

The paint will remain vibrant and clear for longer without cracking, so you’ll maintain the best and most effective playing qualities.

Please use our quick contact form if you’d like to speak to us about the costs to apply MUGA line markings and one of our experts will be in touch shortly to discuss these services and offer you a quote.

How to Line Mark a Multi Use Games Areas

If you are interested in finding out the installation process of how to line mark a MUGA with a polymeric or macadam base , we can carry out a professional service following these steps:

  1. Apply a moss and algae treatment if required

  2. Clean the area thoroughly to ensure the line-markings remain on the MUGA's sports surface

  3. Paint the surface with anti-slip paint if necessary

  4. Apply line-markings to the court 

  5. enjoy you amazing looking end product!

For more information on the line marking process of a multisport, please do not hesitate to contact our helpful team. 

What is the Price to Reline a MUGA?

The price to reline a MUGA will depend on how many new markings you want to have applied to the surface for your different sports.

Generally, the more sports markings you have the pricier it will be to reline the multisport surface. The costs can also vary depending on which sports you play on a surface.

Some sports court line marking may be cheaper to remark when compared to others. As an example, tennis markings are often cheaper to apply than basketball markings. 

It is important to consider other costs when wanting to reline your multisport facility, like the cleaning of the surfacing.

It is recommended to clean the facility prior to installing line marking; this is because if you were to paint line markings onto a court which is dirty, they could come off with dirt.

Find out more about our colour coating services here If you would like to discuss the costs of relining a multisport area in more detail, please do not hesitate to message our team. 

Relining Multi Use Games Areas

If the line-marking of your surface have become faded or worn out over time, we carry out relining multiuse games areas services, to restore the original qualities of the court.

MUGA line-marking is important to ensure accurate game scoring when playing sports.

If the lines become faded, you will want to get them repainted or remarked as soon as possible.


When carrying out our relining process we can also apply anti slip paint to improve the slip resistance and the overall look and play of the surfacing.

These types of maintenance services are generally required every 3-5 years, on how often the court is used as well as the weather conditions.

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Regular upkeep is recommended to keep your multi-use games area in the best possible condition, to keep it good value for money and to avoid major repairs but don't worry as we could provide a local repair service too

Annual cleaning of the court can help to keep the line-marking clear which will allow for accurate play. If you'd like more information on relining multi-sports please get in touch today with our specialist team about our expert services using the enquiry form provided.

We will get back to you as soon as possible with more information on MUGA line marking and our UK design service can also provide you with a free quote to remark your nearby MUGA sports court.

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