How much does it cost for a half court basketball court?

Asked by: Patricia Gilson

The total cost of a backyard basketball ‘half court’ (165sqm or less) is generally within the range of \$10,000 – \$40,000, fully installed. Whilst a FIBA-regulation sized ‘full court’ (420sqm+) costs around \$70,000 – \$90,000, fully installed.

How much is a half size basketball court?

\$8,600 to \$38,000

Half-Courts
A half-size court is 47 feet by 50 feet (2,350 square feet). Its average cost is \$8,600 to \$38,000. A half-court is close to the size of a junior high court, which is 74 feet by 42 feet.

How much does it cost to make a basketball court?

A standard NBA/NCAA full-size basketball court (97 x 50 feet) costs \$46,000 on average. A high school full-size court (84 x 50 feet) costs \$41,500 on average. A junior high full-size basketball court (74 x 42 feet) costs \$31,000 on average.

How much does it cost to build a mini basketball court?

A smaller court of 30 by 30 feet (or 900 square feet) costs between \$3,300 and \$15,000. If you have the space available, a full-sized court that measures 94 by 50 feet (or 4,700 square feet) runs from \$17,200 to \$76,000.

What size should a backyard basketball court be?

If you want the full range of the three-point line you will need to go a minimum of 45′ wide and ideal is 50′. The perfect backyard basketball court we build is a 30’x50′ as 50′ is a regulation basketball width and the 30′ gives you over 5′ of room at the top of the key.

How big is a small basketball court?

The smallest basketball half-court is 16′ x 20′ ft and the largest court we made was a 78′ x 152′. The official half-court dimensions are as follow. NBA Professional Half Court Dimension is 50′ baseline by 47′ sidelines. College Women’s and Men’s basketball half-court dimensions are the same as the NBA.

How big is a backyard sport court?

Usually, the court size varies from 18′ x 18′ to 56′ x 104′. But with a little maneuvering, customize the traditional basketball court in any shape and size you want. With a backyard basketball court, you can practice shooting hoops late at night or play games early in the morning.

How do you make a basketball court without concrete?

Compacted rock courts (plus plastic tiles) are a viable alternative to concrete in cases where a customer wants to remove the court at a later date, or simply doesn’t want concrete or asphalt in the backyard. It allows the customer to more easily do the work themselves, and save money.