Basketball Floor Graphics

DDI Signs® specializes in Basketball Court Logos and floor graphics for wooden sports flooring.

Our floor graphics can be used to place team logos and arena lettering temporarily.

UL Approved Laminated Basketball Floor Graphics.

Our digitally printed floor graphics work great as a way to place sponsor ads and special event logos for basketball tournaments and other sporting events.

UL Approved Laminated Basketball Floor Decals

DDI floor graphics have a UL approved matte over laminate for added protection. When the event is over the court graphics can be removed.

Advantages of DDI Signs ® Sports Floor Decals and Floor Graphic Advertising:

  • Perfect for Basketball Court logos, Sports Floor Graphics and Sponsor Ad Decals!
  • Removable leaving little or no adhesive residue.
  • UL approved slip resistant over laminate.
  • Digitally printed – full color and high resolution.
  • No color limitations – photographic quality.
  • Installation is easy and clean.
  • Floor decals can be printed on a clear or white vinyl.
  • Custom contour cut to any shape floor graphic.
  • Can be applied to variety of smooth sports surfaces.
  • No limit on quantities or size.
  • Larger floor decals are tiled in easy to install sections.

DDI Signs ® produces these digitally printed floor graphic decals for use in College Basketball Tournaments and Professional Teams.

These decals were temporarily placed on the floor surface. Floor graphics are removable and can last up to a year depending on traffic and use.

We work with Leagues, Teams and Ad Agencies to make your event or sponsors sports floor logos stand out from the completion!

Please see our Submit Files page for complete file guidelines.

  • We prefer VECTOR files – Adobe Illustrator Ai, EPS or Corel Draw.
  • All files must have fonts converted to outlines.
  • Properly converted vector line files are preferred because there is no image degradation when enlarged.
  • * If raster/bitmap images are submitted please make sure our resolution and file guidelines are followed. Website images are not acceptable.