The DY Patil Stadium is in the campus with the capacity of 45,000 people. It is a cricket and football stadium designed by famous architect Hafeez Contractor.
This gymnasium follows international standards and is well equipped with sophisticated machinery providing a wide range of options in approaching fitness. It includes a series of well differentiated sections for Strength Training, Cardio, Cross fit and Yoga. Goal – Oriented Personal Training is available specializing in weight loss and a rare Taekwondo Training Program.
A multipurpose sports facility with an area of 14937 SQ.M. The University ground is an exceptional Cricket and Football training facility. It has a Private Security head along with a sophisticated Disaster Management Team. A complete maintenance backup ensures seamless gameplay in every condition.
Outdoor surfaces are generally made from standard paving materials such as concrete or asphalt. In the National Basketball Association (NBA), the court is 94 by 50 feet (28.7 by 15.2 m). Under International Basketball Federation (FIBA) rules, the court is minutely smaller, measuring exactly 28 by 15 metres (91.9 by 49.2 ft).
The baskets are always 10 feet (3.0 m) above the floor (except possibly in youth competition). And it has a three-point arc at both baskets.
D Y Patil Sports Academy has an olympic size swimming pool which is 50 metres (164.0 ft) long. This is typically referred to as “long course“. It follows standard sanitation methods including a water filter to remove pollutants, disinfection to kill infectious microorganisms, swimmer hygiene to minimize the introduction of contaminants into pool water, and regular testing of pool water, including chlorine and pH levels.
It is a firm rectangular surface with a low net stretched across the center. The same surface can be used to play both doubles and singles matches. Hard courts are made of uniform rigid material, often covered with an acrylic surface layer to offer greater consistency of bounce than other outdoor surfaces.
A volleyball court is 9 m × 18 m (29.5 ft × 59.1 ft), divided into equal square halves by a net with a width of one meter (39.4 in). The top of the net is 2.43 m (7 ft 11 11⁄16 in) above the center of the court for men’s competition, and 2.24 m (7 ft 4 3⁄16 in) for women’s competition, varied for veterans and junior competitions. The team courts are surrounded by an area called the free zone which is a minimum of 3 meters wide and which the players may enter and play within after the service of the ball. All lines denoting the boundaries of the team court and the attack zone are drawn or painted within the dimensions of the area and are therefore a part of the court or zone.
The squash court is a playing surface surrounded by four walls. The court surface contains a front line separating the front and back of the court and a half court line, separating the left and right hand sides of the back portion of the court, creating three ‘boxes’: the front half, the back left quarter and the back right quarter. Both the back two boxes contain smaller service boxes. The floor-markings on a squash court are only relevant during serves.