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Interlocking Sports Tiles, Rubber Rolls & Turf

Find outdoor and indoor sports tiles for courts and gyms in modular snap together tiles. Many of our products are DIY installation and Greatmats has sports floor exports in house ready to assist with custom designs and free samples. Greatmats also has rubber, turf, plastic, wood and foam sports flooring material in rolls, tiles and mats. Use Greatmats sports flooring for athletic, gym and weight room or crossfit floors. Find indoor martial arts mats, dance flooring marley sheet vinyl, rubber rolls for gyms and indoor turf rolls with markings for sleds.

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Modular snap together sport tiles for court and gym floors

Find outdoor and indoor sports tiles for courts and gyms in modular snap together tiles. Many of our products are DIY installation and Greatmats has sports floor exports in house ready to assist with custom designs and free samples. Greatmats also has rubber, turf, plastic, wood and foam sports flooring material in rolls, tiles and mats. Use Greatmats sports flooring for athletic, gym and weight room or crossfit floors. Find indoor martial arts mats, dance flooring marley sheet vinyl, rubber rolls for gyms and indoor turf rolls with markings for sleds.


Sports tile flooring is available in a variety of formats, ensuring you can match the activity and the workout location to the kind of flooring you pick. Whether you’re using this floor to create a workout space at home or in a gym, it will give you long lasting performance, while delivering a safe area for athletes to achieve their best fitness results.

We have both indoor and outdoor sports tile flooring available. Some materials are made to stand up to the weather without fading or becoming brittle. Others are made to survive constant foot traffic, protecting the subfloor and providing cushioning where needed. Here are some of the options you can select from for use at your fitness academy, home gymnasium, or anywhere in between.

Rubber. Rubber flooring is a popular choice for spaces that will host multiple types of workout sessions. CrossFit gyms love using rubber in constructing a floor, as it is durable, while absorbing impact to the athletes with anti fatigue properties.

You’ll find rubber available in multiple formats, including interlock puzzle style edges, straight edge mats, and rolls to cover large areas quickly. Rubber is an eco friendly option, as it often consists of recycled materials.

When used in a weightlifting area, thick rubber mats are an ideal material for a sports tile flooring. They will protect the subfloor from the shock of athletes dropping weights to the ground after a lift.

Rubber is a nice material to use underneath exercise machines too, as the weight of these machines may damage other types of flooring materials over time. It also keeps exercise machines and other equipment from shifting on the floor.

Plastic. Making use of a PVC plastic sports tile flooring is a smart choice for almost any location. It often has a modular design, and it’s easy to use in a DIY installation, thanks to the hidden interlock systems along the edges of the tiles. No special tools are required for the install.

Some plastic tiles will have a perforated surface, which allows water to drain away from the top of the material. This is an ideal design to use outdoors for things like an inline hockey or roller hockey rink, or even at an outdoor basketball or tennis court.

When used indoors, perforated plastic is a nice sports tile flooring to use around aquatic workout areas.

Or you may want to create an indoor court surface for volleyball or basketball. Plastic tiling is offered in multiple color options, which allows facilities to create some fun court surfaces.

Another design configuration for plastic floor tiles is a plastic base with a thin vinyl surface layer. These tiles have a hidden interlock system to keep them tightly connected. The vinyl layer can simulate a wood grain look, which is ideal for creating an indoor sports court. Some tiles have a stone or slate look in the vinyl layer instead.

You also may select a type of plastic tile that has puzzle style interlocking edges. These work nicely to create a durable layer of flooring for use in a fitness center or to create a home workout area in a garage.

Installation goes quickly with all types of interlocking PVC plastic tiles. No adhesive is required. You even can disassemble these tiles and place them into storage when the workout session is completed.

Turf. Interlocking turf tiles yield a high quality sports tile flooring. The turf offers a modular flexibility, which is perfect for a variety of use cases.

These turf tiles are made for indoor use, delivering a comfortable workout space for exercises like agility training, sled work, or CrossFit workouts.

The surface of these tiles consists of a polypropylene plastic that creates the blades of faux grass. These blades are connected to a foam base, delivering stability and durability for the turf tiles.

The foam base contains an interlocking edge design, which means you can pop the tiles together quickly. No adhesive is needed to install these tiles, as they fit tightly using the interlocking design.

You can pick from multiple colors of turf tiles, sticking with common green or picking bright colors that are attention grabbing.

When you need to cover a larger area quickly outdoors, rolls of artificial turf are available.

As you can see, sports tile flooring is offered in a wide variety of materials. It’s important to think about how you plan to use the workout area or sports court. Then pick a style of flooring that will stand up to those use cases.

Using athletic court tile over a cement area provides a more comfortable playing surface, while reducing the stress on the joints of the athletes as much as possible.

To fully understand all of the options you have to create an athletic floor, visit our buyer’s guide. We’ve put together a series of blog entries, installation ideas, product videos, and customer testimonials to help you find the right material for your needs.