Padel, the fastest-growing sport in the world, is spreading quickly worldwide. However, court availability is the main barrier to its expansion. Padel courts are high-end, specialized projects that frequently need a lot of elements before they can be built.

Establishing padel as a sport anywhere is connected to several factors, including infrastructure facilities and stakeholders involved. Journey with us as we educate you on 8 stats to understand the cost of padel.

  1. Padel courts are operated by Padel clubs, with charges made per booking.
  2. According to Playtomic, as of 2022, the estimated market size for the operation of Padel courts is 1,200M€.
  3. Padel court designers, builders, and installers typically charge between 18,000 and 25,000 euros per court, excluding shipping and installation.
  4. The majority of Padel court producers are located in Spain; they export their top-notch, standardized courts all over the world.
  5. Playtomic Proprietary Survey indicates that regular Spanish padel players buy a padel racket every 15 months on average.
  6. Padel rackets come in various categories, with an average buying price between 100 and 120 euros.
  7. In addition to padel rackets, numerous offline and online ball producers and distributors exist.
  8. The Playtomic Proprietary Survey states that padel balls are changed on average every March, with padel balls in a bundle typically costing between four and five euros.


Padel is a sport that’s loaded with great promise to spread across several countries around the world. That’s why in any country it gets introduced to, it is strategically necessary to make sure that there are enough padel facilities available, ranging from clubs to sports centers, to promote the growth and ongoing exposure of this sport in that area. has been acquired by UK leading canopy manufacturer A&S Landscape. Please contact [email protected] for any enquiries.