The subbase construction started immediately after the completion of the 2011-2012 football season, with the staff present on-site day and night in order to speed up the operations.
The team planned to inaugurate the new stadium at the end of July 2012, in time for the third official match of the season, giving the team plenty of time to get used to the new football turf and to be ready for the first official Champions League match scheduled at the end of September.
The system installed at the Farum Park includes the usage of 10 mm drainage-mat for horizontal drainage and a pre-fabricated shockpad that provides the right level of shock absorption needed for a professional football pitch, guaranteeing constant top level performance.
An innovative electric heating system was put between the shockpad and the turf, to allow the team to play on a perfect surface also during the rigid Danish winter months.
The installation of the turf was directed by Limonta Sport and completed before the deadline, to allow the First Team and the youngsters to get used to the new playing surface before the beginning of the season.
Infill Geo Plus, the patented 100% organic and natural infill used for this important project is without any doubt what attracted the attention of players, coaches and football industry in general. Already well known at professional level training facilities, this revolutionary infill is now point of reference for the world of artificial turf installations in Stadium and Arenas.