Spain Artificial Turf Market, By Raw Material (Nylon, Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Polyamides, Jute, Rubber and Others), Infill Materials (Petroleum-Based, Organic Infill, Sand (Silica) Infill and Others), Pile Height (Less Than 10 mm, 10-30 mm, 30-50 mm, 50-70 mm, 70-100 mm, More Than 100 mm), Back Coating (PU, Latex), Distribution Channel (Direct Sales/B2B, E-Commerce, Specialty Stores, Convenience Stores and Others), End-User (Households, Sports & Leisure, Restaurant, Hotels, Airports, Commercial Offices, Pet Areas and Others) - Industry Trends and Forecast to 2029.
Market Analysis and Size
Artificial turf is a carpet developed to closely resemble natural grass. It is a surface of synthetic fibers made to look like natural grass and is often used in arenas for sports that were originally or are normally played on grass. They include various synthetic, carpet-like materials made to resemble turf and used as a playing surface for football and baseball fields to cover patios, among others. In particular, artificial turf is low-maintenance, durable, pet-friendly, long-lasting, cost-effective, offers flexible design options, and will give a green, vibrant space that you can enjoy all year round.
Growing demand for artificial turf from sports clubs and different venues is expected to drive market growth. Additionally, the easy installation, friendly environment, and low maintenance requirements are expected to drive market growth further. Data Bridge Market Research analyses that the artificial turf market is expected to reach the value of EUR0 113,099.25 thousand by the year 2029, at a CAGR of 8.4% during the forecast period. "Sports & leisure" accounts for the most prominent end user segment in the respective market owing to the rise in the demand for artificial turf from the various sports field. The market report curated by the Data Bridge Market Research team includes in-depth expert analysis, import/export analysis, pricing analysis, production consumption analysis, and climate chain scenario.
2022 to 2029
2020 (Customizable to 2019 - 2014)
Revenue in EURO Thousand, Pricing in EURO
By Raw Material (Nylon, Polypropylene, Polyethylene, Polyamides, Jute, Rubber and Others), Infill Materials (Petroleum-Based, Organic Infill, Sand (Silica) Infill and Others), Pile Height (Less Than 10 mm, 10-30 mm, 30-50 mm, 50-70 mm, 70-100 mm, More Than 100 mm), Back Coating (PU, Latex), Distribution Channel (Direct Sales/B2B, E-Commerce, Specialty Stores, Convenience Stores and Others), End-User (Households, Sports & Leisure, Restaurant, Hotels, Airports, Commercial Offices, Pet Areas and Others)
Market Players Covered
Tarkett Group, Victoria PLC, POLYTAN, Italgreen Spa, Dow, Royal Grass, LIMONTA SPORT S.p.A., TenCate Grass, CCGrass, among others
Artificial turf is a composite consisting of man-crafted, organic, grassy fibers. The blades are green and are usable in different stack heights. This is designed in the same fashion as a tapet, and it has a strong back, and the blades are stitched on by a machine. The majority of the new grass developed today often weaves into a brown stalk which resembles the appearance of dead grass one sees in a real grassy pelvis. Artificial turf is widely used for recreational purposes. In certain areas of the world, artificial turf is more popular than natural grass on the football field of secondary school. This is used for many sports facilities, such as frames for bowling, soccer and baseball fields. It is also used for both personal and company landscaping.
According to STC (Synthetic Turf Council), with the increased use of shock pads in synthetic turf sports turf systems around the world, the Synthetic Turf Council (STC), the world's largest organization solely dedicated to the synthetic turf industry synthetic turf, has released new STC performance and quality guidelines for shock pads. These guidelines provide stadium managers, field designators, and facility owners with objective measures when specifying impact pads and comparing the minimum performance and durability of the shock pads. This guide compares the performance of different shock absorbers objectively and as appropriate to assist in the selection of a shock absorber for a particular application.
Market Dynamics of the Spain Artificial Turf Market Include:
- Growing demand from sports clubs and different venues
The most critical choice one would have to consider is whether to choose natural or artificial turf during the design or reconstruction of a municipal or club sports field. When deciding on the construction or replacement of turf pits, decision-makers consider various variables: realistic, environmental, and financial factors, along with cultural, political, and personal considerations. The arguments on both sides are, without a doubt, compelling, so it may seem like a tough decision. Natural turf has numerous benefits, from its unparalleled sustainable reputation to a widespread misconception that the beautiful game is just natural grass.
- Easy installation, environment friendly, and low maintenance requirements
As a cost-effective, maintenance-free, and environmentally sustainable commodity, artificial turf is widely promoted by industry and can substitute natural grass on various surfaces. Third-generation systems, which are still commonly used, improve prior models with abrasive and less shock-resistant versions. It usually consists of a soft cloth that is equitably spaced or a mixture of rubber, sand, and other substance granules lined with tiny rubber granules.
- Significant in conserving water
As the environment is one of the biggest beneficiaries, it provides artificial turf for leisure to millions of individuals, businesses, schools, and households. The cumulative volume of organic turf saves more than three billion gallons per annum of soil, dramatically decreases smog pollution, and removes nearly a billion pounds of toxic fertilizers and pesticides. The industry has also recycled more than 105 million tires. Artificial turf has had a rather good environmental effect. To increase the numerous environmental benefits that allow consumers to cut their carbon footprint, the artificial turf industry continues to innovate.
- Increasing usage of artificial turf as a wall cladding in residential
Most sporting facilities and country clubs today turn artificial turf into organic versions. The sleek, green, and UV-protected options for artificial leafy and turf are now available on tennis courts, golf courses, and clubhouses, with several turfs to be added. The grass-like surface covered in replica, appearance, and function of lush, natural grass must be kept in a green, fadeless state with artificial turf. Turf is safe from snap, drops, clear surface lines, blemishes, bugs, bruises, marks, and dyes.
- Disposal of scrap tire
Waste generated from used products of both plastics and rubber is potentially harming the environment to a larger extent. Plastics are made up of synthetic organic polymers which are widely used in different applications ranging from artificial turfs to various industrial materials. In recent times, plastics and rubber have become indispensable and versatile products with a wide range of properties, chemical composition, and applications, which as a result, creates a problem at the time of disposal.
- Difficulty in maintaining a high field temperature
The artificial turf fields endanger the safety of athletes and the climate. Artificial turf players face risks inherent in this commodity for their safety. Artificial fields of turf are extremely dry, triggering skin loss and warming. The industry has struggled to make them better following a decade of study. Artificial turf is more frequently affected by the toughness of its fabric relative to natural grasses (including ACL tears). The hazard of artificial turf was seen to minimize unnecessary costs and extensive maintenance of the ground. Artificial turf emits volatile organic compounds such as benzothiazole and hexane, particularly at high temperatures.
COVID-19 had a Minimal Impact on Spain Artificial Turf Market
COVID-19 impacted various manufacturing and service-providing industries in the year 2020-2021 as it led to the closure of workplaces, disruption of supply chains, and restrictions on transportation. Though, the imbalance between demand and supply and its impact on pricing is considered short-term and is expected to recover as this pandemic comes to an end. Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 throughout the globe, the demand for artificial turf was decreased. Thus, the sports & leisure, hotel, and restaurant industries suffered a lot during the COVID-19 outbreak. The artificial turf industry will hopefully grow with the removed restrictions in Spain.
- In November 2021, LIMONTA SPORT S.p.A. and Hellas Verona together again for the third year running, a commercial relationship has been renovated to improve the club's structures, especially through the professionalism and technology of the leading Italian company in the construction of synthesized grass sports pitches. This collaboration culminated in a modern pitch in the "Guido Tavellin" arena, used by the Primavera side and the Verona Hellas development teams for preparation
- In September 2014, Italgreen Spa company concluding a major partnership agreement with the Boavista, which resulted in a significant stadium maintenance intervention built by Italgreen Spa in 2009. Five years later, Italgreen Spa once again proved its groundbreaking equipment abilities and completed work on refurbishing the cloak. The GEOFILL, its innovative structure, renders the playground much more beautiful with the first beautiful infill for artificial turf mantles
Spain Artificial Turf Market Scope
Spain artificial turf market is segmented on the basis of raw material, infill materials, pile height, distribution channel, back coating and end-user. The growth amongst these segments will help you analyze meager growth segments in the industries and provide the users with a valuable market overview and market insights to help them make strategic decisions for identifying core market applications.
On the basis of raw material, the Spain artificial turf market is segmented into nylon, polypropylene, polyethylene, polyamides, jute, rubber and others.
- Sand (Silica) Infill
- Organic Infill
On the basis of infill materials, the Spain artificial turf market is segmented into petroleum-based, organic infill, sand (silica) infill and others.
- 10-30 mm
- 30-50 mm
- 50-70 mm
- Less than 10 mm
- 70-100 mm
- More than 100 mm
On the basis of pile height, the Spain artificial turf market is segmented into less than 10 mm, 10-30 mm, 30-50 mm, 50-70 mm, 70-100 mm and more than 100 mm.
On the basis of back coating, the Spain artificial turf market is segmented into PU and latex.
- Direct Sales/B2B
- Specialty Stores
- Convenience Stores
On the basis of distribution channel, the Spain artificial turf market is segmented into direct sales/B2B, e-commerce, specialty stores, convenience stores and others.
- Sports & Leisure
- Commercial Offices
- Pet Areas
On the basis of end-user, the Spain artificial turf market is segmented into households, sports & leisure, restaurant, hotels, airports, commercial offices, pet areas and others.
Competitive Landscape and Spain Artificial Turf Market Share Analysis
Spain artificial turf market competitive landscape provides details by the competitor. Details included are company overview, company financials, revenue generated, market potential, investment in research and development, new market initiatives, Spain presence, production sites and facilities, production capacities, company strengths and weaknesses, product launch, product width and breadth, application dominance. The above data points provided are only related to the companies' focus related to Spain artificial turf market.
Some of the major market players engaged in the Spain artificial turf market are Tarkett Group, Victoria PLC, POLYTAN, Italgreen Spa, Dow, Royal Grass, LIMONTA SPORT S.p.A., TenCate Grass, CCGrass, among others.