Playinnovation™ create innovative sport and play areas for kids and adults of all ages and abilities. Our company’s ongoing success is based on our creation of innovative patented products and the hard work, skill, passion, honesty and talent of our internal staff and carefully selected partners.
Our main aim at Playinnovation™ is to create innovative 'Family Inclusive Sports Areas' (FISA) to encourage repeat physical activity, raise self-esteem and create positive social environments in parks and open spaces, working closely with Local Authorities, schools and developers. Our products/concepts involve highly educational and family inclusive activity games wall for schools, parks and open spaces.
What is a Family Inclusive Sports Area? (FISA)
Taking ‘MUGA’ into the next generation, a FISA is a recreational space that is designed to encourage participation in informal or competitive sport for all ages and abilities, from 3 years up to grandparents.
Playinnovation’s patented games walls such as Crossbar King and Street Snooker™ have featured on CBBC Blue Peter and National Breakfast and are the key ingredient to creating a ‘FISA’ – Many thousands of children and adults have played and they are packed full of positive developmental features and outcomes…
Option to ‘Retro fit’ to upgrade your MUGA
Perhaps you have an existing MUGA or tennis court that is in need of a revamp? We can fully ‘retro-fit’ one of our games walls into existing suitable fencing .
We also partner with some of the world’s top playground brands as key distributors, so if you have a project where play and sport can be integrated, Playinnovation ™can offer a turnkey solution!
'Street Snooker' was launched as our flagship product and has since been installed in over 60 locations in England alone. Others include:
- MUGA - Hypecourts
- Street Pool
- Street Darts
- Crossbar King
- First to Zero
- Goal Master
We have been blessed to have been featured on numerous television channels including: BBC1 National Breakfast with Mike Bushell, CBBC Blue Peter, BBC World News, Central China TV and at the World Snooker Championships in Sheffield, where some 6,000 people flocked to try the football/handball and snooker hybrid over 16 days.
Nickron House, Bury Lane, Rickmansworth, WD3 1DN
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