Matchsaver goes global

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Stadio Olimpico TurinMatchsaver is delighted to announce 3 of its latest installations of its unique automated pitch protection system at Real Madrid, Juventus and Gothenburg. These top level international clubs choosing Matchsaver reinforces our position as a world leader in automated pitch covering systems.

Matchsaver allows you to cover your pitch in less than 10 minutes at the press of a button. This unique system maintains the best possible playing conditions and almost eliminates the need for match cancellation due to adverse weather.

Paul Burgess said: "At Real Madrid we constantly strive to keep our playing surfaces in world class condition, this is why we Paul Burgesschose the Matchsaver system. It was excellent value, both in terms of cost and performance. The team's training schedule is very tight and we didn't want to be restricted by adverse weather conditions, I have been so impressed with the system that I have requested an additional 2 systems for our training ground!"

"Our Matchsaver system now enables us to train when we want, without interruption as the pitch can be protected from rain, frost and snow at the press of a button. I would have no hesitation in recommending Matchsaver"

The system benefits everyone involved in running the club, the Chairman likes the fact that all of the matches are played on time saving the significant cost of cancelled matches as well as reducing the cost of cancellation insurance. Matchsaver also cuts undersoil heating costs by a massive 70% due to its thermal barrier properties. To the Manager it means the team can manage fixtures with confidence eliminating fixture congestion and match fatigue. Using Matchsaver offers a consistent playing surface throughout the season.

Last but not least Groundsmen love the system as it makes the job of keeping the playing surface in peak condition more achievable. Within moments of a severe weather warning the pitch can be safely covered, and left covered until the very last moment giving the best possible playing conditions and allowing them to be maintained throughout the season.

Sales and Marketing Director, David Bennison, is currently in talks with the British Embassies around the world in an effort to promote the system as a retrofit or discussing with architects the possibility of being part of the design specification.

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