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As a leader in sports construction equipment, Sportsfield Specialties is at the forefront of sports equipment design and technology. For the latest product developments and other company news, explore the latest news, photos and video.

Sportsfield Sales Managers Leverage Past Experiences to Reach Success

Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. is a busy equipment manufacturer with locations in Upstate New York and North Carolina. Its sales team works year-round and throughout the U.S. to provide high schools, colleges, and professional sports venues with world-class field equipment from their extensive line.

Sportsfield Aquires First Down Football Products Assets

Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. has acquired the assets of First Down Football Products (FDFP), a California-based company renowned for their uniquely hinged Football Goal Post. Part of the deal includes the rights to US Patent No. 8,496,547 for the collapsible design. Prior to the acquisition, Sportsfield established a name with their patented AdjustRight® Football Goal Posts, which includes a collapsible model.

Ultra Cross® Netting Lauded for Versatility, Strength, See-Through Visibility

Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. (SSI) has attracted the attention of designers and stadium managers looking for long lasting and versatile netting protection with their Ultra Cross® Knotless Dyneema® Netting. The braided/knotless design is the strongest netting configuration available, which allows manufacturers to decrease the twine gauge without compromising strength.

Promats Athletics Merges with Parent Company, Sportsfield Specialties

As of January 1, 2019, Promats Athletics of Salisbury and Delhi, NY-based parent company, Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. (SSI) merged forces, consolidating divisions under the SSI entity.

SSI Recognized for Game Changing Field Equipment

Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. of Delhi, NY was awarded several accolades at the American Sports Builders Association’s (ASBA) annual Technical Meeting in Scottsdale, AZ in early December. Honors included two Game Changer Awards Changer Awards for SSI’s innovations in track and field equipment and recognition for their role in numerous award-winning sports construction projects.

Sportsfield Specialties Hosts 13th Annual ASBA Customer Party

Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. (SSI) hosted their 13th annual Customer Appreciation Party in conjunction with the American Sports Builders Association’s (ASBA) Annual Technical Meeting and Trade Show. The event took place on December 1, 2018 at the Fairmont Princess Resort’s Plaza Bar in Scottsdale, AZ.

NEW! Ultra Cross® Field Green Baseball Netting

Sportsfield Specialties, Inc.’s (SSI) Ultra Cross® Black and Field Green Baseball Netting have attracted dozens of Major League Baseball (MLB) and Minor League (MiLB) clubs, who have installed the low-profile Dyneema® fiber knotless netting at their home stadiums and/or practice facilities in the 2018 season. This move was part of MLB’s ongoing push to expand fan safety.

Venues Applaud SSI's Soccer Goal Innovations

Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. (SSI) is committed to advancing field equipment with innovative solutions for multi-use sports facilities. At soccer venues across the U.S., site managers have taken notice to SSI's newest soccer-related innovations -- Portable International Soccer Goals and Skiddable Regulation Soccer Goals.

SSI Plays Crucial Role at New U.S. Bank Stadium, Super Bowl LII Venue

In 2008, Sportsfield Specialties’ (SSI) AdjustRight® Football Goal Posts made their Super Bowl debut at University of Phoenix Stadium – This would be the beginning of a run of Super Bowl wins for the Delhi, NY sports equipment manufacturer.

Permanent Filming Towers Added to Product Lineup

In 2017, Sportsfield Specialties, Inc. (SSI) introduced its first line of permanent filming towers, which two NCAA Division I colleges quickly took notice of. The University of Delaware purchased a 15’H SSI filming tower to support video coverage of games and practices at Fred P. Rullo Stadium, home of the 2016 NCAA Division I field hockey champions.