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Barefoot paintball on the beach? Not the case at the first stop of the NPPL Super 7 World Series. Although the fields are still on the beach, you will not be playing in the sand. The NPPL has designed and purchased a new surface for the 2004 season. The new turf will make the game faster and more exciting to watch. It will also keep the
sand from getting into the paintball markers and equipment.

The new turf is an action backed carpet, green in color and will cover the entire field. The best shoes to wear will be an indoor type soccer shoe. Outdoor cleats will not work as well. Skate shoes have been suggested as a good shoe to wear. Regardless, get ready to play on the best fields in the world.

The standard field size in the NPPL is 120 x 200 sq ft net to net, with a playing field 100 x 180 ft. boundary to boundary. Five fields will be set up in the Huntington Beach event, all using the NPPL Turf as the surface.

For more information on the National Professional Paintball League and the Super 7 World Series, visit

Please, no metal or spiked cleats.


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