World Cup Final set to give North West firm massive boost
The World Cup final, the first-ever to be staged on a revolutionary hi-tech playing surface, is set to deliver a multi-million pound boost to SIS Pitches, the English firm behind the ground-breaking technology.
Cumbria based SIS Pitches installed its hybrid surfaces using patented fibre injection technology with undersoil aeration system in six of the 12 tournament venues, including Moscow’s 81,000-capacity Luzhniki Stadium, which hosted Sunday’s decider between France and Croatia.
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