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EP2090342A1
EP2090342A1 EP20090002119 EP09002119A EP2090342A1 EP 2090342 A1 EP2090342 A1 EP 2090342A1 EP 20090002119 EP20090002119 EP 20090002119 EP 09002119 A EP09002119 A EP 09002119A EP 2090342 A1 EP2090342 A1 EP 2090342A1
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    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C19/00Design or layout of playing courts, rinks, bowling greens or areas for water-skiing; Covers therefor
    • A63C19/06Apparatus for setting-out or dividing courts
    • AHUMAN NECESSITIES
    • A63SPORTS; GAMES; AMUSEMENTS
    • A63CSKATES; SKIS; ROLLER SKATES; DESIGN OR LAYOUT OF COURTS, RINKS OR THE LIKE
    • A63C19/00Design or layout of playing courts, rinks, bowling greens or areas for water-skiing; Covers therefor
    • A63C19/06Apparatus for setting-out or dividing courts
    • A63C19/08Mechanical means for marking-out
    • A63C2019/085Fences; Nets; Barriers

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The present invention relates to a sports field with a boundary of at least one closed rear wall (101), which has two closed side walls (201) extending at least substantially perpendicularly in the area of their ends, the connection of the rear wall to the side walls each by means of at least one groove - / spring connection (105,205,505,605) can be produced.

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  • The invention relates to a sports field according to the preamble of claim 1.
  • The applicant is aware of such sports fields with an encircling boundary. The encircling border is fixedly mounted in the ground. If the peripheral boundary is a grid, the supporting posts of the grid are embedded in the ground. If the encircling boundary is bricked, the encircling boundary stands on a foundation. In such a masonry circumferential boundary results on the inside of the sports field opposite a grid a closed area. The rear walls and the side walls of such sports fields are therefore closed. Such sports fields are suitable for ball games. In particular, sports fields are known, which represent a rectangle with two opposing rear walls and arranged therebetween side walls that close the rectangle. Such sports fields are also called "football fields".
  • The object of the present invention is to improve the possibilities of using such sports fields.
  • In the solution according to the invention according to claim 1, the connection of the rear wall with the side walls in each case by means of at least one groove / spring connection can be produced.
  • This proves to be advantageous in that it can be made in a simple manner and quickly a supporting connection.
  • This is particularly advantageous for portable sports fields. But even in sports fields that are to be permanently installed, the possibility of a quick installation proves to be advantageous from a cost point of view.
  • It is advantageous if the rear wall at the attachment point of the side wall has a vertical longitudinal slot and the side wall also at the attachment point a vertical longitudinal slot. The back wall can be slotted from top to bottom and the side wall from bottom to top. Likewise, the rear wall can be slotted from bottom to top and the side wall from top to bottom. The slots advantageously extend over half the height in each case. As a result, the side walls can be advantageously simply plugged into one another with the rear wall for producing a load-bearing connection.
  • The solid materials cause a better defined rebound of a ball played against the wall. Advantageously, the player can thus achieve a better ball feeling.
  • According to claim 2, the height of the side walls decreases with increasing distance from the rear wall.
  • Advantageously, the visibility on the sports field is improved. In particular, the back wall and the side walls can be made of solid materials that are usually not transparent. This can be, for example, wood, a mineral building material such as concrete or masonry, plastic or glass. With the non-transparent materials, it proves to be advantageous that they can be used as advertising space. In the transparent materials such as transparent plastics or glass, it proves advantageous that the sports field is lighter inside. Advantageously, the materials can also be mixed, for example, by providing a horizontal glass strip. On the one hand, this results in the possibility of placing advertisements in the non-transparent area. At the same time, the translucent area improves the lighting conditions inside the sports field.
  • By reducing the height of the side wall in the manner described has been shown advantageous that the rebound of the ball is sufficient in normal game mode. Furthermore, the lighting conditions are improved on the sports field. It also improves the opportunities for viewers.
  • If the rear wall and the side walls are made transportable, the reduction in the height of the side walls continues to prove advantageous in that the material for the construction of the sports field in sum is lighter and less bulky.
  • A space-saving arrangement of the side walls can be achieved, for example, by these are arranged vice versa upright for transport.
  • In the embodiment according to claim 3, the decrease in the height of the side walls takes place stepwise with increasing distance from the rear wall.
  • In particular, in the arrangement of the side walls during transport, this proves to be advantageous because the side walls then less likely to slip against each other. Likewise, it proves to be advantageous for stability reasons, if the side wall in a certain environment of the attachment point with the rear wall a uniform, d. H. does not have reduced height.
  • In the embodiment according to claim 4, two rear walls are provided with associated side walls, wherein the side walls of the two rear walls are pairwise connected to each other.
  • The back walls face each other.
  • By the side walls each consist of two parts, the transport can be advantageously facilitated. By connecting the side walls in pairs with each other, a load-bearing connection of the rear walls with the side walls can be produced. As a result, the stability of the arrangement is increased overall. This also applies with regard to the stability against wind forces.
  • In the embodiment according to claim 5, a rope and / or a net can be tensioned in the middle between the two rear walls.
  • As a result, the sports field is advantageously used for various sports. By removing this rope or net, it is also possible to use the sports field for the individual training of single players who can play the ball against the wall.
  • In the embodiment according to claim 6, the rope and / or the net can be mounted at different heights.
  • Also by this measure, the sports field is advantageous for different sports available.
  • In the embodiment according to claim 7, the rear wall or the rear walls and the side walls made of lightweight concrete.
  • It is advantageous to fiber cement, which may have a thickness of about 10 cm. This leads to a sufficient stability against the forces occurring, the sports field remains portable in its individual parts.
  • In the embodiment according to claim 8 releasable connecting elements are present in the region of the connection of the rear walls with the side walls, which are mounted on the outside of the side walls and the rear walls.
  • Advantageously, the stability of the sports field in the mounted or assembled state can be further improved.
  • An embodiment of the invention is shown in the drawing. The figures show:
  • FIG. 1:
    a back wall,
    FIG. 2:
    a side wall,
    FIG. 3:
    a rear wall with one of the side walls in the mounted state,
    FIG. 4:
    two side walls in transport condition,
    FIG. 5:
    another embodiment of a back wall,
    FIG. 6:
    another embodiment of a side wall and
    FIG. 7:
    a top view of a sports field.
  • FIG. 1 shows a rear wall 101 of a sports field according to the present invention. The rear wall 101 is closed and may for example consist of wood or lightweight concrete such as fiber cement. As stated in the introduction, the material can also be plastic or glass or a combination of different materials. The thickness of the back wall 101 is preferably on the order of 10 cm for a lightweight concrete material.
  • The rear wall 101 has an inner part 102 and two outer regions 103, which are each connected to one another via connecting elements 104. This does not necessarily mean that the inner part 102, the two connecting elements 104 and the outer area 103 are each individual parts, which are first connected to each other. Rather, the rear wall 101 is advantageously designed in one piece, wherein the division into an inner region 101, the two outer regions 103 and the connecting elements 104 is formed by corresponding cutouts 105.
  • Advantageously, the rear wall has a height of about 2.50 m. It has also proved to be advantageous if the side walls of the sports field are embedded about 5 cm deep in the ground. On the back wall can still be attached a net or a grid. Here, a height of the network or the grid with a height of 1 m has proved to be advantageous. The advantage of a grid over a grid is that it is less sensitive.
  • FIG. 2 shows a side wall 201 of a sports field, which is for assembly with a rear wall 101 after the FIG. 1 is designed. From the in FIG. 2 shown side walls 201, two of these side walls 201 must be assembled with a rear wall 101. The side wall 201 is closed and may for example be made of wood or a lightweight concrete such as fiber cement. As stated in the introduction, the material can also be plastic or Be glass or a collection of different materials. The thickness of the side wall 201 is preferably on the order of 10 cm for a lightweight concrete material.
  • This side wall 201 also has an inner part 202 and an outer region 203, which are connected to one another via a connecting element 204. This does not necessarily mean that the inner part 202, the connecting element 204 and the outer area 203 are each individual parts, which are first connected to each other. Rather, the side wall 201 is advantageously designed in one piece, wherein the division into an inner region 201, the outer region 203 and the connecting element 204 is formed by a corresponding cutout 205.
  • It can also be seen that the height of the side wall 201 in the region of the inner part 202 decreases with increasing distance from the connection point of the side wall 201 with the rear wall 101. This connection point is defined on the sidewall by the connector 204.
  • In the in FIG. 2 The embodiment shown, the decrease in the height of the side wall 201 takes place by having a step in the upper region. The inner part 202 of the side wall 201 can therefore be subdivided once again into a region 206 and an area 207 reduced in height.
  • The height of the side wall 201 in the area where the height is not reduced is advantageously identical to the height of the rear wall. The reduced height of the side wall 201 in the region 207 is advantageously half the height of the side wall 201 in the region 206. This advantageously results in transport advantages associated with FIG. 4 are explained again. The length of the area 206 is about 2.50 m, as well as the length of the area 207 is 2.50 m. On the side wall 201 is advantageously also a network or a grid fastened. Advantageously results for this network or grid in the assembled state along the circumference of the sports field a uniform height. This means that the grid in the area 207, in which the height of the side wall 201 is reduced, must be correspondingly higher.
  • FIG. 3 shows a rear wall 101 with one of the side walls 201 in the assembled state.
  • It can be seen that the side wall 201 is guided during assembly with the cutout 205 from above via the connecting element 104 of the rear wall 101.
  • As a result, at the same time, the connecting element 204 of the side wall 201 is inserted into the cutout 105 of the rear wall 101.
  • The cutouts 105 and 205 act with their side surfaces as grooves, the respective connecting elements 104 and 204 act as springs, which are inserted into these grooves. This creates two tongue and groove joints.
  • It can be seen that at the other end of the rear wall 101, a further side wall 201 is mounted in a corresponding manner.
  • It has been found that a stable structure results when the projections a and b of the outer region 103 and 203 of the rear wall 101 and the side wall 201 are in the order of 50 cm.
  • The rear wall 101 can still be connected to the side wall 201 by means of releasable connecting elements 301. These can be known bars, which further improve the stability of the connection in the mounted state. Advantageously, these are mounted on the outside, so that a hard controllable rebounding of a ball on the inside of one of the connecting elements 301 can be avoided. In addition, when attaching the connecting elements 301 on the outside less problems arise with regard to a possible risk of injury.
  • From the representation of FIG. 3 It can be seen that the stability of the connection of the rear wall 101 is improved with the side wall 201, when the reduction of the height of the side wall 201 is carried out with increasing distance from the connection point in stages. As a result, the sidewall in an immediate vicinity of the connection point has a not reduced height, so that there has the corresponding side surface of the spring of the tongue and groove joint good stability.
  • FIG. 4 shows two side walls of the representation FIG. 2 in transport condition. For this purpose, it is advantageously possible to position the two side walls 401 and 402 opposite each other.
  • It can be seen that then the two regions 207 with the reduced height are superimposed, so that this arrangement of the side walls 401 and 402 results in that they can be arranged in a space-saving nested manner. In addition to the advantage of weight reduction by reducing the height results in a further advantage that this arrangement saves space, so that can be accommodated during transport with a truck several of these sports fields.
  • Another advantage of this arrangement is in turn the step-like reduction in the height of the side walls 401 and 402. These are thus stable to each other without that they can slip against each other, as would be possible for example in a reduction in the height of the side walls by a slope.
  • FIG. 5 shows a further embodiment of a rear wall 501. This also has again an outer region 503, which is connected by a connecting element 504 with the inner part 502 of the rear wall 501. Again, the rear wall 501 may advantageously be integrally formed again.
  • The connecting element 504 is formed by a plurality of rectangular cutouts 505, 506, 507, 508, 509, 510 are introduced into the rear wall 501.
  • FIG. 6 shows a further embodiment for a side wall 601, which is for mounting with a rear wall 501 after the FIG. 5 is designed.
  • The rear wall 601 has an inner region 602, on the outer edge of the latch 605, 606 and 607 via connecting bridges 608, 609 and 610 are attached. These latches 605, 606, 607 are dimensioned such that they can be guided in the horizontal direction through the rectangular cutouts 505, 506, 507 and also 508, 509, 510 of a rear wall 501.
  • After these bars 605, 606, 607 have been passed through, the side wall 601 is lowered, wherein the underside of the connecting bridges 608, 609, 610 rests on the undersides of the rectangular cutouts 505, 506, 507 as well as 508, 509, 510.
  • Each of these bars 605, 606 and 607 with the associated connecting bridge 608, 609, 610 then forms with the corresponding rectangular recess 505, 506, 507 and 508, 509, 510 of the rear wall 501 a double tongue and groove connection as explained in the Related to FIG. 3 ,
  • To improve the stability, it is still possible to connect the latches 605, 606, 607 to the rear wall 501 with a vertical reinforcing element 603 after mounting the side wall 601. This vertical reinforcing element 603 is shown in FIG FIG. 6 shown in dashed lines.
  • FIG. 6 It can be seen that a reduction in the height of the side wall 601 with increasing distance from the connection point of this side wall 601 with the rear wall does not necessarily have to be stepped, but for example, by means of a slope.
  • FIG. 7 shows a top view of a sports field 701.
  • This consists of two opposing rear walls 702 and 703. On the rear wall 702, the side walls 704 and 705 are mounted, on the rear wall 703, the side walls 706 and 707.
  • It can further be seen that the side walls 706 and 704 as well as 705 and 707 may be connected to intermediate elements 708 and 709, respectively. This connection will be advantageous designed in a load-bearing manner. As a result, the stability of the sports field is particularly improved against wind forces again. The intermediate elements may advantageously be about 50 cm high. It has been shown that this sufficient stability can be achieved. Flat played balls can also bounce off these intermediate elements. Due to the comparatively low height, the circulating mesh or grid in the area of the intermediate elements can have a door through which the sports field can be entered. With this intermediate element, a supporting post for receiving the network for subdividing the sports field can be further integrated into two playing fields. Advantageously, this post can be supported or braced on the intermediate element.
  • It can also be seen that a net 710 can be provided which can be mounted in the middle of the sports ground 701. Instead of the net, a rope can also be tensioned. This can be done to use the sports field 701 for different sports advantageous at different heights. The sports field 701 can also be used for sports without intermediate net 710 or rope by this is not mounted.
  • An advantageous dimension of the sports field 701 has in terms of its uses and stability in a mounting without ground anchorage under the further boundary condition that the materials should still be portable, with an inner length on the rear wall of about 8 m and a summed inside length of Side walls 704, 706 with the intermediate element 708 of about 16 m. Accordingly, results for the summed inner length of the side walls 705, 707 with the intermediate element 709 the same length.
  • These dimensions and in particular the division of the two side parts of the sports field 701 in two side walls with an intermediate element 704, 706, 708 and 705, 707, 709 also proves to be advantageous in terms of the resulting overall length of the items for transport. This length is designed so that a transport without special conditions is possible. In particular, transport then does not have to take place as a special transport with excess length. Another advantage is the better handling of the items by the appropriate weight and the ability to first the two rear walls with the respective To connect side walls and then only make the pairwise connection of the side walls on the intermediate elements.
  • Moreover, it can be seen that the side parts of the sports field can also be integrally formed. Analogous to the design of the rear walls and then the side walls would have at both ends corresponding recesses. The reduction of the height of the side walls would then be to the middle of the side walls.
  • Basketball hoops may also be attached to the rear walls 702, 703 of the sports field.

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  1. Sports field with a boundary consisting of at least one closed rear wall (101, 501, 701, 702), which in the region of its ends has two closed side walls (201, 401, 402, 601, 704, 705, 706, 707) leaving it at least substantially vertically therefrom. characterized in that the connection of the rear wall (101, 501, 702, 703) with the side walls (201, 401, 402, 601, 704, 705, 706, 707) in each case by means of at least one tongue and groove connection (104, 205, 204, 105, 505, 605, 608, 506, 606, 609, 507, 607, 610)
  2. Sports field according to claim 1,
    characterized in that the height of the side walls (201, 401, 402, 601, 704, 705, 706, 707) decreases with increasing distance from the rear wall (101, 501, 702, 703).
  3. Sports field according to claim 2,
    characterized in that the decrease of the height of the side walls (201, 401, 402; 704, 705, 706, 707) is stepped with increasing distance from the rear wall (101, 501, 702, 703).
  4. Sports field according to one of the preceding claims,
    characterized in that there are two back walls (702, 703) with associated side walls (704, 705; 706, 707), the side walls (704, 706; 705, 707) of the two back walls (702, 703) being connectable in pairs (708, 709).
  5. Sports field according to one of the preceding claims,
    characterized in that in the middle between the two rear walls (702, 703) a rope and / or a net (710) can be tensioned.
  6. Sports field according to claim 5,
    characterized in that the rope and / or the net (710) can be mounted at different heights.
  7. Sports field according to one of the preceding claims,
    characterized in that the rear wall (101, 501) or the rear walls (702, 703) and the side walls (201, 401, 402, 601, 704, 705, 706, 707) consist of lightweight concrete.
  8. Sports field according to one of the preceding claims,
    characterized in that in the region of the connection of the rear wall (101, 501) or the rear walls (7902, 703) with the side walls (201, 401, 402, 601, 704, 705, 706, 707) detachable connecting elements (301) present are on the outside of the side walls (201, 401, 402, 601, 704, 705, 706, 707) and the rear wall (101, 501) and the rear walls (702, 703) are mounted.
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