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FIFA UPDATE


be a problem. Having worked with various hybrids in recent years, it was already obvious from the match and training schedule the team were facing that the turf on its own would not be sufficient to provide a suitable surface for the finals. For me, the answer was straightforward; by installing stitched fibre into both pitches, I was confident we could significantly boost the performance of the turf in Zayed Sports City and take it through the tournament and give Matt and his team a fighting chance of surviving the Asia Cup whilst, up in Al Ain, add strength to an existing natural pitch.”


“The issue in the second tournament stadium - Hazza Bin Zayed in Al Ain - was that the National Day celebrations had displaced three games, meaning five games had to be played in the stadium in six days on a 100% natural pitch. Match day 2 and 3 saw the games played back to back on the same day. Three weeks later, the same pitch had to host eight games for the Asia Cup. Another significant factor to be considered was the Asia Cup rules allows match day minus one training on the match pitch, meaning that it would actually see twenty- four uses over the period of the Asia Cup.


The 100% natural pitch would struggle to make it through the Club World Cup, leaving the grounds team little time to reinstate it for Asia’s premier international football event.” “It was clear that, to achieve the stability of the pitch we wanted in the Zayed Stadium, we would have to use a lay, stitch and play technique, and it was the first time FIFA would do this to provide a top quality pitch in such a short space of time. The technique had been used in Samara, Russia for the 2018 World Cup, but it was done over a much longer period of time.”


“The theory here was to use the stitched


C Controlled


An outfield fertiliser range consisting of nutrients packaged in a coated granule that are released over an extended peroid of time.


• Range covers 3-7 months longevity • Response to match turf growth • Reduced leaching • Chloride free


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