Indoor Handball As the official flooring supplier for USA Team Handball, the governing body of professional handball, we know a lot about the unique demands of the game. For handball at the highest levels, no other surface comes close to ours.
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Championship quality, low-maintenance guarantee. Our indoor and outdoor handball courts are used throughout the world by those who value safety and performance for their athletes. Our handball surfaces provide your athletes with the best combination of shock absorption, ball response, and low abrasion for the best playing surface possible. Easy to install and maintain, our handball courts come with a 15-year warranty, which is the industry’s strongest warranty.
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Handball is played on a 40m x 20m court with 3m x 2m goals at each end, surrounded by a D-shaped area called the goal area. The goal area is 6m from the goal and only the goalkeeper can enter. However, players may jump into this area when attempting a shot but must release the ball before landing.
Court and Lines: The indoor court has a hard surface. All lines are 5 centimeters (2 inches) thick; the only exception is the goal line, which is 8 centimeters (3 inches) thick. All lines must be prominent and of the same color. Sidelines and Goal Lines: The overall size of the court is 40 meters (44 yards) long by 20 meters (22 yards) wide.
Handball is being played on a rectangular court in either indoor fashion or on an outdoor grassy field. The game is played between two teams of seven members each. Each team are free to choose the side of the court they wish to play first and the referee decides which team will start the game by tossing process.
Handball courts are an indoor, hard surface court. The court is 44 yards long and 22 yards wide, and is marked with various lines that indicate boundaries. The longer outer boundaries are called sidelines or touchlines and the shorter boundaries are called goal lines or end lines.
There is a big difference in luxury standards between TV and non-television relay races. The highest standards for the v-class (i.e. high-definition HDTV broadcast) handball courts are 2500 lux (vertical – handball player’s face). If the stadium is for community use, we need 300 lux level. A high school or college handball club can have 500 lux.
Each team consists of seven players on court and seven substitute players on the bench. One player on the court must be the designated goalkeeper, differing in his clothing from the rest of the court players. Substitution of players can be done in any number and at any time during game play.