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Taipei OC 2017 opens tender for 2017 SU FIFA Two Star artificial turf sponsor

The Taipei Summer Universiade (SU) is scheduled for 19-30 August 2017, during which 12,000 youth athletics from 150 countries will be in Taipei. In response to the 2017 Taipei SU soccer match, the Taipei OC has released an open tender for FIFA Two Star Turf.

On 18 April 2016, the Taipei Organizing Committee (OC) officially opened the tender for 2017 Taipei Universiade FIFA Two Star Turf. Both international and domestic company related to football Artificial turf (layer and surface) are welcome to apply as SU official football match artifical turf supplier and official supplier.

The venue that will host the soccer matches requires artificial turf that fulfills FIFA Two Star Turf raw material supply, installation service and turf maintenance services, which can be used from 15-31 August 2017, i.e. 16 days in total. The proposals submission is due by 15 May 2016.

For more sponsorship information, please contact the Taipei Organizing Committee via Tel on: +886 (0)2 2578 7813.

For further activities information, please visit the OC’s official website: http://www.taipei2017.com.tw/ and their Facebook fans page “2017 Taipei Summer Universiade臺北世界大學運動會”.

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Host Venues

The 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade is expected to use a total of 78 venues (38 competition venues and 40 practice venues).

There are two newly constructed venues (Taipei Tennis Center and Taipei Basketball Gymnasium) included, but these venues were planned before Taipei’s Universiade candidature. The other 76 venues are already existing and will simply be reconstructed/refurbished for the Universiade.

All 78 venues are planned under FISU regulation, environmental protection and conservation principles. The revision of plans will be comprehensively evaluated based on the results of venue over-all inspections, event schedules, numbers of participation, conditions of transportation and will be finalised after FISU Technical Officials have approved them.

 

Top image: The newly constructed Taipei Tennis Center, which will be complete by March 2017.

 

Source: 2017 Taipei Summer Universiade Organizing Committee