6.3 x 9.38m Basketball Court Surface


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6.3 x 9.38m Outdoor Home Basketball Court Surface

A popular court size introducing a FIBA 3 point line with a court depth of 9.38m. Hone your central 3 point shots in the safety of home on Versacourt Game Outdoor sports tiles and your A popular garden court size featuring a 6.75m FIBA 3 point line within a court depth of 9.38m. 3 point shots in the safety of home on Versacourt Game Outdoor sports tiles and your choice of Mega Slam Hoop. A safe and engaging space for aspiring stars and serious ballers alike.

6.3 x 9.38m Residential Basketball Court Kit - OnCourt

Leading Modular Outdoor Basketball Flooring

Versacourt Game Outdoor Modular Sports Tiles - Blue - Burgundy

Shock Absorption – 19mm shock attenuation aims to reduce impact stress.

Durability UV resistant tiles long outlast the competition.

Low MaintenanceLess time fixing and mending, more time playing on court.

Eye CatchingEngaging courts inspire athletes of all ages and abilities.

7.33 x 9.38m Basketball Court Surface Size

Compact Court Dimensions

The playing surface measures 6300 x 9380mm, consisting of 24 x 36 tiles. The surface is bordered by a 50mm ramp edge and approx. 30mm ‘over sail’ to accommodate tile expansion in hot weather.

6.3 x 9.38m Home Basketball Court Kit - Gamelight - OnCourt

6.3 x 9.38m Basketball Court Kit

Add a monster Mega Slam Hoop to your surface and choose leading court components to compliment your court with the complete 6.3 x 9.38m Basketball Court Kit.

Leading Court Components

The full kit includes the playing surface, your choice of hoop and optional audio, lighting and containment upgrades. The Multi-Sport Net System extends the court’s use with more of your family’s favourite sports.

Versacourt Game Outdoor Technical Specifications

Verscourt's outdoor sports tiles are an eye-catching, low maintenance and durable surface for basketball courts. The 19mm tile depth aims to reduce impact stress associated with hard surfaces such as concrete. The reverse spring tension interlocking system provides a truly exceptional uniformity across the court surface. Play with greater intensity without the fear of 'blowout' and tile shatter from inferior tile systems.

Versacourt Game Outdoor Sport Tiles Stack - Slate Green Olive Green


VersaCourt Game Outdoor court tiles

Description – An injection molded, high impact plastic tile supplied in pre-assembled 12-tile sheets.

  • Size –10.13” x 10.13” x 3/4” (25.73cm x 25.73cm x 19.05mm)
  • Material – Specially blended high impact polypropylene copolymer. UV stabilizer and anti-oxidant additives are molded into each tile to ensure protection against colour fade and plastic deterioration & oxidations.
  • Surface Texture – Specially designed open grid that provides a high grip surface in all weather conditions. NOTE: Plastic game tiles can become slippery when moisture is present on the surface.
  • Tile Interlocking Mechanism – The tile interlocking system is designed to allow for thermal expansion and contraction without causing the surface to buckle. It also provides the player with lateral forgiveness.
  • Colors – 19 Standard colors and custom options available
  • Support Structure – Each tile is supported by 155 cross posts. This provides a stable base while at the same time vertical flex.
  • Weight – 7 oz.
VersaCourt Game Outdoor court ramp tiles

Description – An injection molded, high impact plastic ramp tile. Used around the edge of the court as a ramp from ground to playing surface level.

  • Size – 10.03” x 2” x 3/4” thick
  • Material – Same as tile
  • Surface texture – Smooth
  • Tile Interlocking Mechanism – Same as tile
  • Colors – Same as tile
  • Support Structure – Same as tile
  • Weight – 1.6 oz.

Material Test Results

  • Rockwell hardness (ASTM D 785): 74
  • Heat Deflection @ .455 MPa (ASTM E 648): 195
  • Flaming at 1000mm (ASTM E 648): 4 min 45s
  • Auto-ignition temperature (ASTM D-1929): 980˚F
  • Vicat softening point (ASTM D-1525): 260˚F
  • Low Temperature Brittleness (ASTM D-2137): -25˚F
  • Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion, (ASTM D-696, E-831): 63 x 10-6 (in/in)/˚F
  • E-Modulus (ASTM D-5418) 126,000 psi (850MPa)
  • Flex Modulus (ASTM D-790) 122,000 psi
  • Tensile Yield Strength (ASTM D-638) 3,300 psi
  • Elongation at Yield (ASTM D-638) 18%
  • Notched Izod (ASTM D-256) 15 ft-lb / in at 20˚C

Product Test Results

  • Flame Spread Index (ASTM E-162): 4 min. 30 sec.
  • Smoke Development (ASTM E-162): 1 min. 46 sec.
  • Radiant Panel (ASTM E-84,162,648): .12 Watts/cm²
  • Friction Test (ASTM C-1028): Dry<.71, wet<.52
  • Compression vs. Crush (ASTM D-3998): No Break
  • Noise Reduction Coefficient (ASTM C-423): 25%
  • R-Value: < 1.0
  • Flatness: ± 1.5mm
  • Load Bearing Capacity: 180 psi
  • Vertical Rebound Characteristics (ASTM F2117-10) 97.1%

EN 14904 Test

  • Fire Test: EN 13501-1
  • Emission of formaldehyde: EN 717-1
  • Emission of pentachlorophenol: Annex D
  • Release of other dangerous substances: National Standards
  • Linear Friction: EN 13036-4 using CEN rubber
  • Shock Absorption: EN 14808
  • Resistance to a rolling road: EN 1569
  • Resistance to wear: EN 5470-1 using taber abrader with H18 wheels with load of 1kg (on lacquer: CS10 wheels with 0.5 kg load)
  • Vertical ball rebound: EN 12235 using basketball
  • Vertical deformation: EN 14809
  • Resistance to indentation: EN 1516

EN 14877 Test

  • Linear friction: EN 13036-4 using CEN number
  • Shock Absorption: EN 14808: original and after ageing in hot air according to EN 13817 followed by immersion in hot water according to EN 13744
  • Vertical deformation: EN 14809
  • Vertical ball rebound: EN 12235 using basketball
  • Resistance to a rolling road: EN 1569
  • Water permeability: EN 12616
  • Specular reflectance: EN 13745
  • Resistance to wear: EN 5470-1 using taber abrader with H18 wheels with load of 1kg and after EN 14836
  • Colour loss: EN ISO 20105-A02 after artificial weathering according to EN 14836
  • Maximum tensile strength: EN 12230: original and after ageing in hot air according to EN 13817 followed by immersion in hot water according to EN 13744
  • Absolute thickness EN 1969: method A

Basketball Court Sub-Base Requirements

Download the technical specifications for this scheme to provide you or your preferred contractor all the information required to complete the precision finished, reinforced concrete sub-base recommended for this court. Learn more about building a basketball court sub-base.

Basketball Court Sub-Base Suitability

Basketball courts require consistent bounce for good ball response. An uneven base will lead to an uneven surface with increased risk of injury. Versacourt tiles should be laid on a solid structure with a flatness tolerance of 5mm within any 3m radius. Patios, paving and existing sub-bases should be assessed against this flatness tolerance.

Concrete is the best possible base

A precision finished concrete base maximises the safety features of modular tiled surfaces. The consistency achieved with concrete cannot be rivalled by alternative options such as tarmac and stone. A concrete court should long outlast tarmac, asphalt or granular stone bases. Provided the slab is well constructed with expansion joints and appropriate drainage, a concrete court should last decades.

  • Cheaper than asphalt in the long term
  • Uniformity is a key benefit of concrete
  • Largely maintenance free for decades

Asphalt Basketball Court Base

Asphalt is a better shock absorber than concrete. The most common surface for outdoor basketball courts is also a cheaper material. Costs for installing asphalt can be higher, as more specific tools are required.

  • Cheaper than concrete in the short term
  • Easy to resurface
  • Provides some surface traction

Compacted Stone Base

There will be times when material costs, planning or ground restrictions and surface limitations leave customers needing alternative bases. Compacted stone is the most common of these and the material will be far cheaper than concrete. You will however, require a thin rubber matting to prevent the tile from penetrating the compacted stone.

Slighter Softer Surface

Basketball can be played on this base, but it will increase the softness of the surface tiles. For this reason we recommend overinflating the ball slightly. Tennis and padel are not great with the softer surface, but fun games on compact courts should be fine.

Versacourt Surface Installation

The court surface is simple to install and requires no tools. Before you begin installing the court surface, review your packing slip and verify everything is included and has not been damaged in transit. Review the numbered court layout document and check your sub-base is ready for tile installation. Move the pallet close to the court, remove wrapping and you're ready to begin...

Versacourt Game Outdoor Sport Tiles Stack - Red Titanium

Step 1

The easiest way to install the tile surface is to start in one corner with the hook end of the tiles facing to the right and down; or in other words pointing towards the corner. Locate Panel #1 on your diagram and find panel #1 of your tiles and position into place.

Step 2

Locate Panel #2 and lay into place, continuing in numerical order moving across your diagram until all panels are in place.

Step 3

back and visually inspect to ensure your sections are in their proper place. Make sure the basketball lane lines up with your goal, as well with any tennis lines, logos and other lines matching your diagram, etc.

Step 4

Lock your tiles together. Starting with #1 and move across your court in the same order you laid the tiles down. By gently stepping on the seams, starting at one corner, the hook ends are pressed into the receiver end for a strong hold.

Step 5

Install your ramps and corner pieces. You will have 2 types of ramps, a hook and a receiver, and 4 corner pieces.

Remove all the numbered stickers and enjoy your new basketball court surface!

Surface Shipping Content

How much space is required for this court?

Width - 6.3 m
Length - 9.38 m
This court surface is a popular court for backyard basketball. Featuring 864 Versacourt Game Outdoor Modular Sports Tiles, the space provides plenty of room for layup drills and central 3 point shots.

Where can I find a contractor to build a sub-base?

It is best to find a local contractor with groundwork experience.
Download or share the sub-base technical specifications for this court scheme with a local contractor.

Can I install the surface myself?

OnCourt surfaces are delivered ready to plug and play, with a simple to follow map and instructions on where to start. Within approximately 2 hours, 2 people can fit and secure the surface and start playing the moment the last tile is in place. Learn more about Installing an OnCourt Basketball Court.


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6.3 x 9.38m Basketball Court Surface
6.3 x 9.38m Basketball Court Surface