Outdoor handball court walls can be made from either concrete blocks or poured concrete. Poured concrete may be harder to work with and more expensive. The
Outdoor Handball Traction and control both come into play in handball, especially when it’s outside. For that reason, we’re the official surfacing supplier for USA Team Handball.
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A Handball Court can have 1, 3, or 4 walls depending on the venue. Three walled Handball Courts provide one side for an audience to experience the game. Handball Courts have an overall length of 131.23’ (40 m), width of 65.62’ (20 m), and have a total area of a 8611 ft² (800 m²). The goals of a Handball Court are 9.84’ x 6.56’ (3 x 2 m).
The overall size of the court is 40 meters (44 yards) long by 20 meters (22 yards) wide. This is much bigger than a standard basketball court. The longer outer boundaries of the court are called sidelines or touchlines. The shorter boundaries are referred to as Goal Lines or End Lines.
An outdoor handball court Handball is played on a court 40 by 20 metres (131 ft 3 in × 65 ft 7 in), with a goal in the centre of each end. The goals are surrounded by a near-semicircular area, called the zone or the crease, defined by a line six meters from the goal.
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Typical Typical Handball Court Configuration (Showing Optional 20′ x 12′ Glass Rear Wall) Regulation Handball Court size is 20′ wide x 20′ high x 40′ long (inside playing dimensions) Custom configured courts are also available to meet your project requirements. Our “turn-key” Handball Court System Includes:
Detailed Measurements and Dimensions of a Handball Court. The handball court is 40 meters long and 20 meters wide, and is equally divided by the center line. The goal is 3 meters wide and 2 meters in height. Here we give you a handball court diagram to let you know the dimensions of the court, goal, and the substitution area and help you understand the sport better.
A three-wall handball court is an outside court with a front-wall, two side-walls (these may be "full" or "half"—half being a pair of sloping side-walls), and no back-wall in the play area. It is played very much like an indoor four-wall court, only with the challenge of returning the ball without any back-wall rebound.