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Strong and lightweight goal constructed of 4" square, painted white aluminum uprights and cross bar with no hardware on the goal face.

Backstays and ground bar are constructed of 1 5/8" heavy-gauge galvanized steel tubing. Six-piece construction and easy to assemble. Exceeds NCAA, NHSAA and FIFA specifications. Included with goal are eight 14" of heavy-duty steel ground stakes. Nets sold separately.

Net is item #SGN721

Goals cannot be shipped internationally.


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