For lovers of basketball have a basketball court staff, within the garden of the house, can be a wonderful opportunity to train, improve their game and organize matches between friends, when you want and avoid unnecessary trips. Build “do it yourself” a playing field, however, is not as simple as it sounds: you need a certain familiarity in the building and in the choice of materials of construction to ensure the stability of the entire structure. In this guide you will learn how to build a basketball court outdoor asphalt. Please note that a Cambodian basketball made ​​in good quality to also need a lot of care in maintenance. In economic terms, certainly a Cambodian custom basketball is not just an expense, then always depends on the choice of materials.


The construction of a golf basketball in garden starts from the choice of an appropriate site: the soil, where it will take place the structure, should be plane and be located at a certain distance from the house, to avoid that the noise produced during the game, interfere with the activities that will take place in the home; the ground, in addition, must have the appropriate size (at least 30 meters long by 20 meters wide), necessary to accommodate a perimeter of regular playing along with the necessary “buffer zones”, side and bottom of the field, which will surround the perimeter.

Once the chosen site, they will to the excavation of the topsoil to a thickness of about 30 cm, followed by the construction of a concrete curb that will serve to contain the ballast, as well as to delimit the perimeter of the future field of play. If you decide to fence off the field, during the installation of the retaining wall, you will need to provide the appropriate circular openings, necessary for the subsequent insertion of the poles supporting the safety net. When the concrete curb will be finished, you can begin to set up the roadbed through the deposition of a layer in the “mixed quarry”, for a thickness of not less than 20 cm. The ballast must be suitably pressed and have a specific slope (varies between 0.5% and 1%) that will allow the disposal of rainwater.