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ALUMINIUM 16x7 FOLDING GOAL - NO REAR GROUND FRAME
ALUMINIUM 16x7 FOLDING GOAL - NO REAR GROUND FRAME
ALUMINIUM 16x7 FOLDING GOAL - NO REAR GROUND FRAME
ALUMINIUM 16x7 FOLDING GOAL - NO REAR GROUND FRAME
ALUMINIUM 16x7 FOLDING GOAL - NO REAR GROUND FRAME

ALUMINIUM 16x7 FOLDING GOAL - NO REAR GROUND FRAME

£649.75
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This is probably the easiest to use 9v9 youth football goalpost available anywhere. Designed specifically with safety in mind and to make life easier for volunteers at junior football clubs. This goal is the number one choice of Junior Football Clubs. They are strong, light weight, easy to move into position. A lightweight yet stable match goal frame with sides that lock in place during play.  Likewise after the match the key holder can unlock the side frames and fold them flush under the crossbar for storage. Once locked the key holder knows the goal frame can not be used by anyone else, especially children, without consent.Recessed net fixings a top quality long lasting net and ground anchors are included. No bolts are used as with all other types of folding metal goalposts. A superior British product made in Sheffield. This is a budget version without rear ground back frame.  

see how easy these goals can be moved around. The video is of a larger version goal
folding goal assembly video

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Specifications
  • Goal post Material:
    Aluminium
  • Goal Post Size:
    16 x 7 Football Goals
  • Goalpost type:
    Folding Football Goals
  • Goal weight:
    Under 30kg
  • GTIN:
    756406388081
  • Age Group:
    Football Goals for Youth under 16
  • Age & Game:
    Youth under 16
  • Brand:
    ITSA GOAL
  • Manufacture:
    Product Made to Order
  • Product Code:
    16X7218
  • Weight:
    35kg
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FOLDING ALUMINIUM GOALPOST The very honest feedback is that the FOLD IN Aluminium Goals are fantastic, everyone very happy with them.

RICHARD SWALLOW - MAY 2011 April 2018