Garden Goal 6 x 4 Footie Goal
Have fun and keep fit at the same time with this great junior children's goal post. The 6'x4' children's goal is ideal when goalposts are to be left in place. Manufactured in high impact plastics this garden goal is easy to assemble and is designed for use on grass. A unique ground anchor system secures the football goals against the hardest of shots. A superior value for money product that is guaranteed to last. A competitively priced easy to use football goal that out performs other plastic goals. A Quality long lasting football goal for the garden that will help develop skills and inspire any budding soccer star. We guarantee you will not be disappointed with these kids football goals. The top selling and our most popular small garden goal.
- Stronger Goalpost corners that do not break.
- The only plastic football goal with net supports secured to the goal frame - not just pushed in a hole as with other plastic goals.
- Each football goal is supplied with a thicker longer lasting white goal net.
- Fully guaranteed
- Made to the latest goalpost safety standards BS EN 16579:2018.
Garden Goal 6 x 4 Footie Goal Fitting Instructions
Garden Goal 6 x 4 Footie Goal delivery Information
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Goalpost type:Garden Football Goals
True:BS EN 16579
Goal post Material:High impact PVC
Goal Post Size:6 x 4 Football Goals
Goal weight:under 18Kg
Crossbar Type:One section
Age Group:Childrens Football Goals
Fast assembly, great product.
Paul | Peterborough | February 2016
Garden Goal user: Thanks for the Goal post! It does look good set up in the garden and much more sturdy than the last two £19.99 ones that are now in a landfill!
Simon Bradford | June 2010 | February 2017
These Football Goals are absolute quality. Strong and sturdy garden goals, they look professional, my son is really happy with these and so am I. Great customer service also from Georgina when dealing with my order and questions. Highly Recommended
Chris Short | UK | March 2017