Sheffield Office 0114 242 4244


Gaelic Goal post two section uPVC posts with 8' top posts - 12 x 6


Can be used for Mini Rugby, Mini-Soccer & Gaelic Football.   Goalpost size 12'x6' (3.66M x 1.8M) with 8' (2.4m) top posts

Fully portable – Free standing – Highly flexible – Use on any surface – Virtually maintenance free – Fits in an average sized family car – High impact uPVC – Light and easy to assemble. Fitting instructions can be emailed to you for perusal before you buy, email

Complies to the following: BSi safety standard PAS36-2:2000

The price is for one goal and includes:
Quality Net -100mm mesh size - 2.5mm twine
Patented Arrow head net fixings
Net ties for base frame
Multi surface Ground Anchors
Guaranteed 2 years

ITSA GOAL brand includes 2 years manufacturers guarantee.
Includes locking system
Arrow head net fixings, so net can be removed easily and net do not have to wrap around goal frames.
Designed for under 12's

Small gauge net for hurling is available at addition cost, contact our office
Fits in a 2.8 metre carry bag allowing to be transported in an average sized family car available separately.

  • Age Group:
  • Goalpost type:
  • Goal Post Size:
  • Goal post Material:
    High impact PVC
  • Brand:
  • Product Code:
  • Weight:
product review overlay image

Customer reviews

(2 Customer reviews)
Write a review

Gaelic Goal post two section uPVC posts with 8' top posts - 12 x 6

50 mph winds do not budge Gaelic Goal posts - Hi Six years ago, I purchased two of your Gaelic Goalposts, which you shipped to me in Quin, Co Clare Ireland. These goalposts have given many hours of enjoyment to my two boys, their friends and myself. The quality of the goalposts (and they have taken a lot of punishment) is such that it is only now that I need a few spare parts. So far the goals have been very good, even to the point that last week-end we played the matches in approx 50 mph winds and they did not move. Regards

John Culligan | from Quin, Co Clare Ireland | February 2020

Gaelic Goals

Excellent product

D Smith | UK | February 2020