Competence and fair play across the board
Weitzel Sportstättenbau from Northern Germany.
As the leading sports complex builder in Northern Germany, we at Weitzel Sportstättenbau have been developing and designing sports facilities of all kinds for more than 60 years.
From amateur to competitive sports, from the public sector to Bundesliga clubs. We master the fusion of expert advice for all types of sports surfaces. Combined with our experience in terms of budgeting, use, durability, and maintenance.
We are committed to building sustainability and protecting the environment. The impact of the sports field on the players’ performance is also important to us and is taken into account.
For us, fair play doesn’t only happen on the field, but also in the interaction between our partners and colleagues. As a general contractor who provides a complete solution, we are the right partner for you.
High-quality and Experience since 1957.
The head coach of Weitzel Sportstättenbau is the civil engineer Joachim Weitzel. Since 2000, he has been chairman of the RAL Quality Assurance Association for Outdoor Sports Facilities, the largest professional association in Germany. He ensures that the highest and most advanced quality and performance standards are maintained throughout Germany in the areas of 943/944 synthetic surfaces and artificial turf. Additionally, for over 20 years he has been working in various standardization committees (e.g. for artificial turf and synthetic surfaces) and is on the board of the Garten-, Landschafts- und Sportplatzbauverbandes Schleswig-Holstein.
Construction and maintenance machinery on the road
Athletic field construction made in Germany - from Schleswig-Holstein and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern
We are based in Northern Germany with locations in Tornesch (Schleswig-Holstein), which is just outside Hamburg, and in Sternberg (Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania) which is between Schwerin and Rostock. We don’t only cover northern and central Germany, but also the neighboring European countries of the Netherlands, Denmark, and Poland.