Massive, 2" thick steel frame makes this our strongest junior-size goal.
• 8'W x 4'H x 4'D
• 2" OD galvanized-steel frame
• Snap-button assembly for quick setup
• Easy knockdown to 4 pieces for storage • Includes heavy-duty orange polyethylene net with 5-1/2 " sq mesh
• Rubber mounts protect gym floor
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Dependable and Durable
January 18, 2010
This is just the second time I have replaced these nets over a 12 year period. Our soccer goals remain outside year round. This product has held up to harsh winters, intense summer heat, and tough daily use from youngsters!
RESDodger - PE Professional
Ridgeway , WI
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Permanent: Mounts permanently in the ground for maximum stability and safety; won't tip over. Requires digging and cement work.
Semipermanent: Mounts into sleeves installed in the ground for excellent stability; safely resists tipping and can be moved off-field as needed. Requires digging.
Portable: Placed on the ground, not in it; easy to move. Must be secured with ground anchors for stability.
Post Shape and Material
Square: Usually 4" x 4" hollow aluminum posts; lightweight and rust-proof.
Rectangular: Usually 4" x 2" hollow steel posts; more economical and very durable.
Round: International (or pro-style) usually 3"-4" diameter hollow aluminum posts; absence of 90 degree edges increases player safety, offers truer ball rebound.
Regulation: 24'W x 8'H. For competitive play, ages 12+. Typically must be white for official competition.
Club (U9-U11): 12'W x 6'6"H, 18'6"W x 6'6"H, or 21"W x 7'H. For nonofficial club play, or competitive play with ages 9-11.
Youth (U8 and lower): Smaller than 9'W x 4'6"H. For practice, nonofficial club play, or competitive play with ages 8 and younger.