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Item #SGI710
  1. Play Futsal?
  2. $1063.99
    Goal Club Members
    $957.59
    3192
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Play Futsal?

Official Futsal goal constructed of lightweight 4" x 2" rectangular aluminum tubing with round corners. Includes 2" round aluminum backstays with durable aluminum casings. This powder coated goal comes with a net and Stay Net net fasteners, a galvanized steel ground bar and castings with bungee-balls for attaching net to ground bar. Base plates with rubber pads for indoor use. Replacement net is #702710.

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