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Experience, production and innovation under one roof

When ELI Play first started out a decade ago, four people worked on the production of playground equipment. These days, a much larger international team produces, maintains and sells more than 200 playgrounds every year. In September, ELI Play will move to an exciting new location in Boxtel, where it will combine experience and production.

ELI Play started out in 2007 with the production of indoor playground equipment. Due to the increasing popularity of trampoline parks and our own successes with indoor playgrounds – both domestically and abroad – our organisation has grown into a leading manufacturer in the leisure sector.

Room for today’s requirements

To keep up with the growth of our organisation, we have expanded our production facility in Eindhoven several times over the course of the past few years. We even opened a second production site elsewhere in the city. However, the 3,000 m2 we currently have available are no longer sufficient. With around 8,000 m2, the new building in Boxtel will offer more than enough room to meet today’s requirements.

Sports & Play Lab

The managing director of ELI Play is convinced that the new building will offer ELI Play the room it needs to continue to realise its ambitions. “ELI Play’s goal is to design and produce the most desirable play and sport courses that offer both children and adults a great time every single day."

The new location offers room for a significant expansion of our facilities and allows our clients to experience our innovations for themselves in our new Sports & Play Lab.

Opening in 2018

Of course, we understand that our current and future clients are curious about our new location and the Sports & Play Lab. In 2018, we will therefore open our doors to our suppliers, clients, families and other interested parties. If you want to be there as well, contact Milou van Loon at

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