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Keep Your Eye On the Target

Amp up your accuracy when you take to the pitch with this soccer shooting target.

Simply attach the soccer targets to the netting in the back of a soccer goal and learn how to kick the ball past the keeper, control the ball and increase scoring. Great for scrimmages, team drills, and individual practice. Perfect accessory for back yard goals.

This target has four hook-and-loop fastened straps that will secure your target to the net, fence or whatever you're playing with. A bold screen-printed bulls-eye provides you with what you need to perfect your shot.

13'' x 13''. Made in USA. Recycled Fabric.


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