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This line of small-sided goals features the same superior design with the added feature of a ground bar, which provides more stability and counterbalance. They are the best value and the best selection of portable, steel, folding, small-sided goals in the industry. These portable folding goals can be used for backyards, youth leagues, and skills shooting. These goals are constructed of 1 3/8" diameter steel tubing that feature push-button construction for quick and easy assembly and breakdown. Full back frame with the classic look of a professional soccer goal. Includes frame, net, anchors, and tywraps.

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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