Individually planned
LED Floodlighting for your sports field

Different sports have very different requirements for sports field lighting. The requirements for illuminance, uniformity, glare limitation and color characteristics of the light sources are defined in DIN EN 12193. From recreational to professional sports with international competition level, it is defined in three lighting classes how best visual conditions are enabled – for athletes, referees and spectators.

We plan your new LED floodlight system professionally according to the quality requirements of DIN and optimize it individually according to the local conditions. And we do this with a great deal of experience.

LED-Flutlichtanlage für einen Sportplatz
Training auf dem Fußballplatz


Soccer is one of the most popular sports in Germany and Europe – if not THE most popular sport. Most sports fields are therefore also designed for the game of soccer, and 105 x 68 metres has become the general field size. This means that the viewing distance for the players is usually shorter than 100 meters.

American Football

American football is becoming increasingly popular. Even though pitch sizes vary, the requirements for the floodlighting of American football pitchs are basically comparable to those for football pitches, with a viewing distance of less than 100 metres for players. And just as with football, the viewing distance of the spectators is also taken into account in the lighting design.

Baseballspieler auf dem Baseballplatz
Spielerin auf dem Tennisplatz


Tennis is a very fast game and the demand on the players’ visual performance is high. The LED floodlighting of tennis courts must be aligned accordingly. For example, horizontal illuminance levels must drop only slightly beyond the sidelines, and sufficient contrast between the tennis ball and the court background is very important.


Sports fields for athletics require a lot of light, both for the players and the spectators. This not only applies to the running tracks around a playing field, the lighting design also takes into account the areas for the other athletics disciplines: Pole vault, long jump or even shot-put place further, special demands on the floodlight.

Sprinterin auf der Leichtathetikbahn
Spielerin auf dem Hockeyfeld


A very fast game with a comparatively small ball places specific demands on the floodlighting system of a hockey field. Higher illuminance levels are required and the uniformity of the lighting plays a special role so that the speed of the ball can be correctly assessed by the players.


Similar to hockey, baseball is a fast game with a small ball. In addition, a baseball field differentiates between the infield and the outfield: most of the action takes place in the infield, where the batter and catcher stand and play the decisive balls. The visual conditions in the infield must therefore be even better than in the less played outfield.

Fänger auf dem Baseballplatz

The Lighting classes

Lighting class I

High-performance competitions, such as national and international competitions, which generally involve large numbers of spectators and long viewing distances. This class also includes high performance training.

Lighting class II

Intermediate level competitions, such as regional / local competitions, generally involving medium spectator numbers and medium viewing distances. Performance training should also be included in this class.

Lighting class III

Simple level competitions, such as local or small club competitions, generally without spectators, or school and recreational sports, and general training.