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Variable shock

from inconsistent infill levels during and between games increases risk of severe shock injuries

Infill splash

causing infill movement, mess, and distractions

High lifecycle cost

from periodic refilling, replacement, and disposal

Health risk

from chemicals, metals, or dust particles from any infill

High maintenance

to keep proper infill levels and distribution

Environmental risk

from infill migration, removal, and disposal of used infill; affecting waterways and microplastic pollution

Inconsistent traction

increases risk of ligament injuries

The issues

with infilled turf systems


The answer lies in non-infill systems by


Our PLAYERS prefer the natural feel,

Our PLAYERS want to keep playing,

Our PLAYERS deserve better!


Average shock absorption

56 - 69%

Average vertical deformation

8.5 - 10.8 mm

Average reduced ball roll

4.8 - 5.2 m

Average ball rebound

0.85 m


Average GMAX

105 - 115

Average rotational resistance

28 - 32 N

Average reduced ball roll after simulated wear

5.8 - 6.3 m


up to 10 years

Industry's highest performance without infill


The highest performance non-infill in the market that can compete even with the best infilled systems. The S9 Revolution was designed to meet the highest standards and doing so with less maintenance of infilled systems and for longer time.


The industry's only non-infill turf that has the playability of the top sports surface but without the need for a shock pad.

This makes the All-in-one the perfect multipurpose surface for the environmentally conscious, using at least 70% fewer materials


Triple-T Technology

Utilizing this proprietary tufting technology, Sportisca offers the industry's only synthetic turf with three separate pile heights, densities, and types in each tuft. 
This allows the optimization of the thatch, support, and primary layers of turf system plus permanent antistatic properties to provide endless and unrivaled playing support, comfort, and aesthetics—all without relying on infill that moves even during games. 


Hard Core Soft Shell

HCSS - another Sportisca's proprietary innovation that significantly increases the turf systems' durability and performance. 
By encapsulating the multi strands of Polyamide monofilaments with a softer and smoother Polyethylene diamond profile shell, the HCSS monofilaments are stronger, quick to recover, and still safe sliding.
As a result, a more efficient distribution of fibers is possible, allowing better player support and safety optimization.

Ideal pairing

Without any infill and with the Triple-T layering, Sportisca's performance and aesthetics match the ideal natural grass closest. 
Numerous professional stadiums and arenas have chosen the premium turf to surround their pristine natural grass playing fields. Besides the undistinguishable aesthetics, the turf's natural performance allows the discerning athletes minimal difference across the surfaces. 

Wear testing

The Lisport Simulated Wear apparatus is the benchmark turf wear testing standard.
Sportisca subjects all their products to this strenuous test, and the results are after 20,200 cycles (approximately equivalent to 8 years of use), only minor changes to the fibers were observed. 
In addition, the worn turf surfaces are then performance tested again and were found to be consistent with the new condition results.


A unique highlight is the Revolution achieves the FIFA Pro ball roll reduction even after the wear test. This has been impossible with typical non-infilled and even most infilled turf systems.

Eight years and going

Here is a picture taken of a Sportisca S9 Revolution field installed eight years ago. 
This area was subjected to real heavy use (goal mouth) and no maintenance. 
Notice that the fibers are still intact, fluffy, and performing. 

Common sight of typical infilled systems

Here is a picture of a typical infilled product of another manufacturer. 
This newly lab installed system underwent wear testing with Lisport Simulated Wear. 
Notice that the turf has wholly flattened, and despite redistribution of infill after every cycle to simulate regular maintenance, it is evident that this product did not hold up. Such results are common with the typical infilled systems that rely on infill for the surface's strength.