This Goal post was designed to offer an alternative option for junior football clubs from using heavy cumbersome and dangerous free standing steel goalposts. This size of goal is the Football Association recommended size for 9v9 football matches. This lightweight aluminium football goal offers a much better re-bound than plastic Samba goals with dipping crossbars. This is a flat pack goal for customers to slot together and offers currently due to plastic price rises better value for money.
This 16x7 youth goalpost is made from lightweight but strong aluminium tube. The goal uses strengthened polypropylene corner brackets with virtually indestructible industrial nylon post connectors. This goal is supplied with a two section crossbar for easier storage, a top quality long lasting white net, anchors and all necessary fixings needed.The goal side frames can be left fixed together with the net attached, and on match days they can simply pull apart with the net still attached.The goal also has unique net fixings that allow neat rapid fixing of nets to the rear of the posts.The quickest way to fit nets on any goalpost. No need for time consuming clips that pull nets around front of posts and under ground frames which results in frayed nets. A white painted version is also available.This two section crossbar goal can also be packed into a 2.8m carry bag (available separately). A functional,safe and easy to use goalpost for children.
We offer a pre-assembled ready to go option for a small additional charge useful for multiple orders of football goals that are needed to be used straight away.Call our sales team to find out more.
Goal Post Size:16 x 7 Football Goals
Manufacture:Product Made to Order
Hi JonPaul. REF : ALUMINIUM 2 SECTION CROSSBAR DEMOUNTABLE VERSION Very impressed with the goals. In the end we used the aluminium ones, (Rather than the intended UPVC) for the Holland weekend we have just had. Brilliant feedback from everyone really. Mark Senior Club Secretary & Welfare Officer - Heyside Juniors FC
MARK | HEYSIDE | December 2016