Sports halls

Temporary, multi-use halls and gymnasiums available to rent

Multipurpose and performance Sports Halls

When existing leisure facilities need major renovation work, or a new build is required following a disaster such as fire, a temporary sports building may be the answer. Whether it’s for recreational or professional use, the quality of a sports hall is just as important for the occupants. With fast build times, facilities can soon become available again for sports enthusiasts.

Our sports halls can be erected within days and can stay in place for months or even years. The flexibility of duration also makes Neptunus structures well suited to sports establishments that require an interim solution whilst undergoing refurbishment or extension. The buildings are virtually indistinguishable from permanent sports halls and have fully insulated roof and wall panels to create the perfect acoustic environment for your activities.

Temporary extensions to existing sports buildings can be a useful commodity. They can be built and dismantled quickly and in line with fluctuating demand, to ensure sports halls need never again be under utilised.

Neptunus is proud to be awarded the title of Official Supplier of the Netherlands Olympic Committee (NOC*NSF) and Preferred Supplier of the KNVB (Royal Dutch Football Association). In recent years, NOC*NSF has commissioned Neptunus to supply a number of high-quality sports facilities for multiple purposes at the Papendal Sports Park. Neptunus halls are built to NOC*NSF standards and are accredited with Energy Label A.

The advantages of a temporary sports hall

  • Specially developed walls for optimal acoustics

  • Solid, raised system or concrete floor

  • Fast delivery and build times

  • Operational life from a few months to several years

  • Fully insulated

  • Sustainable: Can be fully dismantled and reused

  • Modular: Flexible dimensions and design

  • Easy to partition

  • Appearance and characteristics of a permanent building

  • Hire or purchase

sports halls Case Studies

British School of Brussels

sports halls Case Studies

Sports hall Fontys University

sports halls Case Studies

Gymnasium The Hague

sports halls Case Studies

Sports hall Maria-Ward School

sports halls Case Studies

Sports Hall Lorentzweiler

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ESV Munich

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School Sports Hall

sports halls Case Studies

Sports hall Luxembourg

sports halls Case Studies

Judo facility at The National Sports Centre Papendal

When would a temporary sports hall benefit you?

  • The existing facilities no longer meet requirements or there is increasing demand for extra space
  • To prepare for, or to facilitate large events, such as the Olympic Games
  • To replace or extend existing facilities
  • During building work following a disaster such as a fire
  • When building a permanent sports hall is not an option, despite demand in a particular area
  • To cover an existing outside track
  • To temporarily increase capacity for a fixed period
  • For more information or advice, please contact a Neptunus representative.

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