Multi-Use Games Areas

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Looking to improve your sports facilities? Multi-Use Games Areas (MUGAs) give everyone the opportunity to exercise in a fun way, bringing children together and building up strength, stamina and coordination.

Sport and play also help them gain confidence, good communication skills and a healthy sense of competition.

Choose from Primary Arena or Arena depending on your space and budget. Primary Arena is an inclusive sports area designed for primary school children that can be tailored to your needs.

The flexible system enables you to select activity panels, goal ends and wire mesh panels, choose a configuration and add the surfacing of your choice.

Children of all abilities can use the panels and goal ends to play on their own, in small groups or all together during PE classes and break time.

For larger spaces and to create more of a “stadium environment”, look at our Arena system. Arena is a high performance system, extremely versatile, durable and exciting for a variety of sports. Our Arena multi-sport system boasts organic curves and outstanding strength. It has stood the test of time and through on-going development has met the requirements of hundreds of customers since its inception. The product offers optimal durability and extended warranties – all structural posts, panel frames and bar panels have a lifetime warranty.

  • HAGS Schools currently have special offers on selected MUGAs – contact us for more information and quote HS-Q2-16. Visit www.hags-smp.co.uk, email sales@hags-smp.co.uk or call 0845 260 1655.


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