The Lhota field is situated between two iron-concrete bunkers that were mainly used as the plane hangars that are next to the minor runway of the former airport Líně.
You can expect a combination of the indoor and the outdoor field in this area. The landscape of the field is a former squadron building which is a two storey segmented house. One could get into the house through many entrances which is a perfect not only for the conquering games.
The paintball field was also built around the house. There is a complex network of bunkers all around the building. In front of the building there are tyre bunkers and the major part consists of wooden bunkers at the back between the house and the near forest
At the moment the field has approximately 10 000 m2 out of the 30 000 m2 which we are going to fully use in the future.
If you have not enough once you´re finish paintballing you can go and visit the longest go-cart in the Czech Republic. The go-cart cicuit is right next to the paintball field. More information about it is here : http://www.superkarting.cz/.
We require 6 players at minimum. Balance payment is 10 € for an absent player.
A group of players that cannot reach the capacity of the field by more than 70% will join the other groups.
Paintball is played all over the world by millions of men and women of all ages, professions, lifestyles and social classes. Everyone finds a style of the game that suits to him/her (from the speed and dynamic offensive games through individual attacks to snipers, those who wait in a secret cover area for a careless, flag wanted enemy.
Bring the shoes and the best would be ankle high boots.
Even though it exists many kinds of this game mostly there are two teams against each other try to get the flag of their enemies and defend their own flag, furthermore they have to eliminate as many enemies as they are able to. The player that is hit by a paintball, that left a clear coloured mark, is eliminated. ( A fair confession of a player is the elemental feature of the game) A player leaving the field has no right to signal the position of the enemies or otherwise communicate with the players on the field. The way how paintball is played influence the number of players playing it. It may be six or sixty. The games with hundred players is not an exception. The number of players is limited by the size and jaggedness of the field. The time limit for the game is 20 minutes, although it depends what scenario is played. There are referees which observe the rules