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Item #PG718
  1. Lightweight, Portable Practice Goal
  2. $429.99
    Goal Club Members
    $386.99
    1290
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Lightweight, Portable Practice Goal

Lightweight, truly portable PVC soccer practice goal. Each goal comes complete with a nylon carrying bag and a high quality net. All models can be set up by one person in a matter of minutes.

Goals cannot be shipped internationally.

GOAL Sporting Goods, an innovative company that continues it heritage of introducing exciting new soccer products every year, understands this and brings you one of the most extensive selections of goals, nets, rebounders, trainers, accessories, benches and bleachers for all levels of play.


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