How expensive is a padel court?
We hear this question again and again - but unfortunately it cannot be answered so simply.
- Is it about building an outdoor padel court?
- Or the conversion of a tennis hall into a padel hall?
- Is there already a proper foundation?
But of course we can already give a few answers and a simple rough calculation!
One thing in advance:
With the construction of padel courts, tennis clubs can not only maintain their membership figures, but also increase them again. And of course the turnover goes up again!
Because 2-3 padel courts (10x20m each) can be built on an outdoor tennis court. So there is a much better use of space.
And while on a tennis court usually only singles (i.e. 2 players) are played, in padel there are always only doubles; so there are always 4 players on the padel court (see also Padel rules).
So when 2-3 padel courts are fully occupied, 8-12 padel players play on the surface of a tennis court at the same time.
Even though the fees for padel are usually lower than for tennis - with such a high use of space, you can naturally generate more revenue per sqm.
But there is another factor:
More players = more conviviality.
Padel is a very social sport. People like to sit together after the match and have a beer or two. So the gastronomy also gets its money's worth.
Against this background, i.e. the increase in income, the investments in the construction of padel courts can also be better classified.
So what does a padel court cost?
An indoor padel court without foundation work costs about 15,000 to 25,000 euros, depending on the padel court builder. Panorama courts can be a little more expensive, but are more something for the eye and not absolutely necessary.
Foundation work can vary greatly depending on the nature of the soil or previous use. Here you should calculate between 10,000 and 20,000 euros.
Calculation for a padel court
|Padel court incl. assembly, statics & testing||21.500,- Euro|
|Foundation work||13,500 euros|
|Total costs||35,000 euros|