Basketball floors - the right court for your sport
Solid wood is the choice for most athlectic facilities installing an indoor basketball floor - and no one does it better than Junckers.
Junckers produces high-quality wooden basketball floors that offers unmatched performance, which enables top athletes all over the world to perform at their absolute best on a basket floor.
As leading manufacturer of solid hardwood sports flooring, Junckers has a long-standing track record in providing professional sports flooring for basketball courts. Most recently, in a partnership agreement with FIBA, the International Basketball Federation, Junckers served as Official Technical Supplier of FIBA EuroBasket 2017. In the past, we have also teamed up with FIBA to provide sports floors for EuroBasket 2009 as well as the 2004 Olympic Games in Athens.
Junckers’ basket floors are made in solid hardwood, one of the most durable surfaces available and virtually unbeatable in terms of lifecycle costs. All our sports floors comply with Sports England and Sport Scotland’s guidance for Affordable Sports Floors and are the ideal choice for schools, colleges and universities.
Junckers sports floors are known for their exceptional longevity – they can be sanded and re-finished again and again without losing their looks or performance. With 12-year intervals between sandings, a typical lifespan of 60 years will comfortably be exceeded in sports halls made for basketball.
FIBA INTERNATIONAL PERFORMANCE LEVEL
Pan American Games/ParaPan AM games 2019, 4 Courts
FIBA Eurobasket 2017, 5 courts in 4 countries
FIBA World Championships men U19, Cairo Egypt 2017
African Basket League, Nigeria, Gabon 2017
Euroleague Spain, FC Real Madrid, 2016
Afrobasket 2015, Palais de Sport, Yaounde Cameroon
Commonwealth Games 2014, Glasgow , United Kingdom
Paraolympics 2014, QE Park London United Kingdom
Singapore Youth Olympics 2010, Singapore
Eurobasket 2009, Spodek Hall, Katowice Poland
Euroleague 2005, Olympiysky Complex CSKA, Moscow Russia
Eurobasket 2005, Belgrade Arena, Belgrade Serbia
Olympic Games 2004, Athens Greece