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Item #2B8
  1. The match-play goal of US Soccer and MLS.
  2. $3219.99
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    $2897.99
    9660
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  3. NCAA Compliant Logo
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The match-play goal of US Soccer and MLS.

This portable round post goal exceeds all NCAA & high school specifications. Superior design and quality materials make this goal one of the strongest and lightest available. Features white polymer coating covering the entire goal, all-aluminum construction including backstays, 4 3/8" diameter heavy gauge aluminum posts and crossbar. 2 5/8" O.D. aluminum back net posts with ratchet system. Kwik Lock® net system with stainless steel hardware. Can be used as a portable, semi-permanent, permanent or on artificial turf. Includes: Kwik Lock Net Clips, 4 mm hexagonal net, three back posts, ratchet system, five ground sleeves and ground sleeve caps.

Includes net frame. 217 lbs.

8' x 24' x 6' x 6'

Replacement net is item #3B15

Goals cannot be shipped internationally.


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