Baseball Field Setup

Baseball Field Setup

Field Construction Guide and Materials to fit any sized room.

Watch full Field Construction Video (12 min)
or take a look at the Step by Step Visual Guide below.

Ultimately, each space is unique. We invite you to be creative about how you customize your Home Turf!

Multiple colors of floor padding are available as an accessory item; good for multiple sports. ⅜ Inch Tatami Mats. 6 in a Pack.

In the Starter Kit – (6) “Bases” in the form of mats; (3) Foam Balls, (1) Foam Bat, (14) Sticker Magnets, (1) Roll of Field Marking Tape, (1) Instructions Manual, (1) Tape Measure

1st Base requires one standing mat, at least; but can also be 2 mats for a wider throwing target. An optional mat on the floor is helpful for the base runner.

2nd Base can go on the floor and/or lean up against a pole, couch or other piece of furniture. If not available, then create a self-standing, easel-like triangle with 2 pads.

Home Plate requires a standing mat, which can be propped up by another piece of furniture of another half or third-cut mat, to elevate home plate. This is your strike zone.

The Pitcher’s Mound consists of a Back Stop, denoted by a simple piece of tape; and can also include a 2nd piece of tape (closer to Home Plate), for younger, smaller players. Anywhere from 6 – 10 ‘normal’ steps is a good distance from Home Plate.

A 14-pack of magnetic ‘sticky’ Field Markings, allowing you to be creative about what constitutes extra base hits, Fouls, Double Plays and of course Home Runs.

In a 1-on-1 game, Net Fielders are important helpers to the solo Pitcher. If you have them, or something like it (bean bags, furniture pads will do), set them up strategically where you believe the batter may hit. If the ball goes in the net when hit, it’s an Out!

Customer Reviews

My kids and their friends play for hours in the basement, managing their own leagues and tournaments. I’ve never seen them have so much fun as when they’re in their Basement Sports Zone!”


– Karen via Facebook

Basement Sports is far and away the coolest toy/game/sport that we’ve ever had in the house. It encourages my son and daughters to be creative and engaged – mentally and physically.”


– John via Instagram

When it’s cold out or after dark, my boys have a great option to stay off their screens and get a good sweat, while having a blast.”


– Mustafa via Facebook