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2.5' x 3'

Item #GO2X3
  1. All-inclusive goals for your team
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All-inclusive goals for your team

This Goal Sporting Goods official soccer goal exceed NCAA, NHSAA and FIFA specifications.

Constructed of 4" round, painted-white aluminum uprights and crossbars. Features a new clean face construction with no hardware on face of goal. Backstays are constructed of 1 5/8" OD galvanized steel. A groundbar adds strength, stability and counter weight.

Included with all portable goals are 14" heavy-duty steel ground stakes. Smooth profile and rounded corners make these goals neat and safe. Portable models are six-piece construction for easy assembly and disassembly. Strong and lightweight and excellent on grass and artificial turf. Net included.

Dimensions: 2.5' H x 3' W x 6" Top Depth x 2' Bottom Depth


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