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Portable 12 x 6 plastic goal
Portable 12 x 6 plastic goal
Portable 12 x 6 plastic goal
Portable 12 x 6 plastic goal
Portable 12 x 6 plastic goal

Plastic football Goal - 12 x 6

£230.52
Information

This is the plastic ITSA Goal post that has a four-section crossbar and can break down and fit into a 1.5M carry bag. A goal small enough to go on the back seat of most family cars. This multi surface Mini-Soccer goal measures 3.6Mx 1.8M (12'x6') and is made from 68mm environmentally friendly reinforced plastics. This is the Football Association recommended size for 7v7 junior football. The goal includes a top-quality long-lasting net and net fixings to enable net to be quickly and easily attached behind the post. A superior top-quality value for money British product that is both functional, easy to use and competitively priced.

The 1.5m carry bag is available separately. 

 
Specifications
  • Goal weight:
    Under 18kg
  • Goalpost type:
    Freestanding Football Goals
  • Goal Post Size:
    12 x 6 Football Goals
  • Goal post Material:
    High impact PVC
  • Age Group:
    Football Goals for Juniors under 11
  • Crossbar Type:
    Three Section
  • Brand:
    ITSA GOAL
  • Product Code:
    12X6400
  • Weight:
    6kg
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PORTABLE UPVC MINI SOCCER GOAL

This is a really impressive football goal after our last Samba goal that did not last very long. It has a great design and looks like the real thing. The boys love it.

Ann Marriot Macclesfeild 2009 | Cheshire | June 2012

The football goals arrived last Thursday, in perfect time for my son's birthday. Today he organized a football game in a park in Truro (Cornwall) where we live and everybody had a ball!

Margaret Waller | Cornwall | February 2016

Just to say thank you for the football goals. I am a very happy customer. The goals arrived within 48 hours and they look fantastic. They are very strong and thanks to the net attachments look far better than a Samba goal.

Andrew Bryant | UK - 2000 | February 2017