HARO Sports meets FC Bayern Campus - HARO Sports Fits Out FC Bayern Academy

HARO SPORTS, 03.08.2017

Munich – The new FC Bayern Munich Academy in the north of Munich is a place where the German record holder’s young talent can live out their passion for football. October 2016 marked the beginnings of the generously dimensioned football campus in Ingolstädter street, Munich, where HARO Sports installed sports parquet flooring and protective walls in the newly erected 3-field sports hall.

A place for the youth

“We are all extremely proud of this campus. The infrastructure created here couldn’t be better,” said Club President Uli Hoeneß at the opening ceremony on August 1, 2017. Since groundbreaking in October, one small stadium, seven additional football fields – two with artificial turf – and a training hill were erected in an area spanning 30 hectares. The Academy grounds also include a club house, a canteen and boarding facilities for up to 35 talented Bavarian footballers.
The centre serves both budding U9 to U 19 teams and women’s football teams.

Top performance in every respect

To make sure that the young talent is able to optimise their performance at any time, never mind the weather, the sports hall comprising 3 fields was equipped with high-quality sports parquet flooring manufactured by Rosenheim’s parquet specialist HARO Sports. Thanks to its preassembled double-swing beam system, the high-performance Berlin flooring model features outstanding properties tailored to soften the physiological impact of sport.

Additionally, a hall of over 1,200 m² and a 500 m² gym were fitted out with sport parquet flooring.

HARO’s protective walls were again the product of choice: The HARO protective wall system “Pro Plywood” with CPL coating and acoustic perforations fitted the client’s specifications to perfection. Covering some 1,000 m², the protective wall plays a significant role in creating good acoustics, especially during major events with masses of spectators.

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