Currently in the United States there are an estimated 24,000,000 people who play soccer in one level or another. This statistic has increased to the tune of roughly 89 percent since 1990, and in 2015 soccer was rated more popular to watch on television than ice hockey, auto racing, tennis and golf.
In light of this growth, youth soccer programs in the United States and Canada have exploded over the past years. What was once a sport played by young players on worn out fields is quickly becoming a premier pastime in North American society.
Among these enhancements is the astounding design of player and coaching shelters now being used by soccer teams and clubs across all age groups and skill levels.
Each soccer shelter design is relatively standard but does come with the option of customization with the style of seats.
Below is a breakdown of some of our most popular models and configurations of the finest players and coaching shelters on the market today:
Standard Bench Shelters
As the name suggests, these shelters provide adequate shelter from the elements for both players and members of the coaching staff and come equipped with our standard player’s benches. These shelters are available in two sizes: 9’ or 24’ in length and feature backrests for added comfort.
In addition to different size configurations, these shelters are also available in either semi-permanent or portable arrangements and, like all of our shelters, are constructed using 4” O.D. aluminum framing.
Molded Seat Shelters
Kicking comfort up a notch, these molded seats are an improvement over our standard aluminum bench seating mentioned above. These seats are custom molded and available in white, black, red, green, yellow, orange, navy blue & royal blue colour options.
Luxury Seat Shelters
Similar to what is found on many professional soccer pitches around the world, these luxury seats are the very best in comfort and durability. Built using marine-grade vinyl seat covers, these seats can withstand moisture and other risks associated with being outdoors, despite being covered.