Several types of football goal are available for gardens so it is advisable to look around before deciding which is the best for you. Many are low-cost throw away products from the Far East that have nets that do not last more than a few days. These are frankly a waste of money and you run the danger that the plastic may also be carcinogenic as on many products no checks as to what is mixed into the plastic is made. Pictures are also often distorted to make the post sections look bigger than they are and what looks like a bargain may not be when it arrives. Other low-quality products are the garden goals made from a thin metal tube that can only be used in a garden. These rust very quickly and often have sharp protrusions. Very thin mesh nets that just do not last are used on all these metal goal posts. Suppliers get around this by arguing that nets are wear and tear items and therefore they do not replace or refund goals that quickly develop holes in nets. Our advice if you have this problem is to return and demand a refund.
These types of metal and plastic garden goals are usually cheaper because they come in small boxes with numerous tube sections. Carriage charges for the smaller box is a lot less. ITSA Goal posts incur higher carriage charges as they offer one section posts which are much stronger and quicker to install. The small amount of additional carriage is worth every penny as you get a much stronger football goal. Many buyers just put these cheap garden goals in the bin but unless customers return them and request a refund they will continue to be sold. You get what you pay for seems apt with such products. You really need to look at the feedback on the large shed operations like Argos, Tesco, Amazon, and others to see what those that have wasted money on such products say. Adverts often state they have thousands of reviews but this is misleading as many are not about garden goals at all but other non comparable products they sell. The goal post ones are very revealing indeed. You can see a handful of you click on this FOOTIEGOALS.comlink.
The most popular plastic garden goals are made in the UK are made by Samba goals and ITSA Goal. Samba goals supply through other websites and surprisingly the distributor prices are a lot less than the prices the company offer on their own website. If you want a Samba goal search around as prices differ. ITSA Goal posts sell through various websites but they are sold currently at the same price on every site. A new kid on the block Forza Goals have products that are made in the same way as Samba Goals with net supports just pushed into holes relying on the net clipped around the posts to hold the frame together. The Forza garden goals do the job but the larger size crossbars may dip considerably in the middle in the same way that Samba goals do. Guarantees on all competitors plastic goals are currently just the statutory twelve months. Some plastic goals look less expensive at first glance however when delivery is added at £9.95p to the price they are often very similar or more in price. I have also been informed by the Football Association that the Forza Goals are not approved or certified by the FA as they have stated on their website.The only plastic goals ever to be approved in the past by both the Football Association and F.I.F.A were ITSA Goal posts.I understand the \football Association are taking action over this potential misrepresentation.
The top of the range and the very best plastic garden goals are made in Sheffield “the home of football” by ITSA GOAL. As they sell direct prices are affordable.Savings on middleman mark ups are invested in the design and engineering of the products. They have many advantages over other plastic garden goals. They are sturdier, stronger, faster to use, do not clip nets around posts, net supports are secured to the goal frame, they have longer lasting nets, crossbars are straight and all plastic goals have a longer manufacturer’s warranty. Very affordable quality garden goals that outperform and outlast other plastic goals. We only sell garden goals made by ITSA goal posts Ltd. These include the FOOTIEGOALS.COM range which is a version of the more professional ITSA Goal posts but without the net fixings and offer excellent value for money. (we found out that our plastic goals just pushed together with a net fitted still outperformed the rest by a country mile).
As well as the popular plastic garden goals we supply lightweight aluminum goalposts for use in gardens including stadium box style goal posts. Call our garden goal line 0114 242 4244 for unbiased help in choosing the right goal for your garden.