Backyard Basketball Court CostIf you’re serious about basketball, you already know that you need your own court. But depending on what you want, it can become expensive. In the following guide below we will tell you exactly how much does a backyard basketball court cost.

Whether you want to build an indoor or outdoor basketball court, the total cost ranges from $10,000 to $30,000 for a court that measures 94′ x 50′. The materials and labor cost will greatly determine the cost of the basketball court.

You can expect to pay around $3 to $16 per square foot.

Concrete

You need a local contractor; it costs around $ 7 to $ 8 per square foot. Half of the court is 47 feet at 50 feet and could reach an estimated $ 18,800.

Court Material

For simple outdoor areas, the tiles are standard polypropylene. They measure a square foot each and cost about $ 3.90. Half of the basketball court costs roughly $ 9,165.

Hoop

The cost of the hoop will depend on how large it is. Typical hoops range from $ 1,000 to $ 1, 750.

Game Lines

Around $300 to mark all the lines

Labor Costs

This cost will vary depending on the location and the contractor/employees used. But our research indicates you can expect to pay $300 a day for labor alone.

If you’re interested in saving money, check out our Diy Basketball Guide and build the court yourself.

Upgrades

If you want to go beyond the basic options, you can add extra features or upgrade the materials. A full 72-inch glass panel More options for playing other sports (e.g. Tennis, Volleyball, Badminton etc.) The adjustable net for other sports Premium tiles and other materials

In total, a professional basketball court costs about $ 30,000 for installation. Like many other construction projects, the cost of the court depends on many factors. Often times the most overlooked details are the ones that end up costing the most money.

Size

This may seem very obvious, but the bigger the court the more expensive it’s going to be. Your budget should already take into consideration the cost of extra material. But even adding an extra 2-3 inches to your court will increase the price.

Please also keep in mind that each city and state has different building regulations. One court that you build in a certain part of the world will cost less than if it was on a different part of the world.

VersaCourt has a huge database with building regulations for almost every city. Check them out if you want to see exactly how big you can build your court.

Basketball Hoops And Accessories

No basketball court is complete without at least one hoop. While regular courts usually use two hoops, the costs will be much higher than using one hoop. VersaCourt recommends and offers Goal setter basketball hoops and can give installation instructions.