To ensure a safe match and training in soccer, soccer goals should be secured against tipping over with an anti-tilt safety device.
- Spare wheel for additional weightOnly 2 left in stock
- Spare wheel for anti-tilt safety deviceOnly 3 left in stock
- Axle for anti-tilt safety deviceOnly 4 left in stock
- Cross strut with screwsAvailable
- Safety Screw M12 x 90Immediately available
- Ferrule for Kevlar ropeImmediately available
- Chain Weights for soccer goals 10.5 m longImmediately available
- Foldable Ground Frame LIGA 1Available
- Foldable Ground Frame FLEXAvailable
- Transport castors for soccer goalsAvailable
- Fastening Rope for soccer goal netsImmediately available
- floor anchors PLUSImmediately available
- Ground Anchors STANDARDAvailable
- Safety tilt protectionAvailable
- Transportation WheelsAvailable
- Anti-Tipping DeviceAvailable
- Ground Sockets SPECIALAvailable
- Ground socket SPECIAL lockableAvailable
- Ground socket SPEZIAL lockableAvailable
- Net HolderImmediately available
- Free net suspension for soccer goalsAvailable
- Chained weights for youth goal netAvailable
- Ground Anchor For Mini Goals - for turning into the groundImmediately available
- Ground anchorage for Mini GoalsImmediately available
Safe game operation with anti-tilt devices for football goals
What types of anti-tilt devices are there?
Nothing would be worse than if a player or other person were injured due to an inadequately secured goal. Especially youth goals, which are usually mobile and not firmly anchored in the ground, require a special anti-tilt device. The gates can be secured using various aids:
- Ground sockets in round or square shape
- Floor frame
- Floor anchors
Which anti-tilt device is best for soccer goals?
Which gate security is used for competition or training gates depends not only on the nature of the field, but also on the gate itself. Sleeves are anchored in the ground and must therefore be dug into the ground. They are suitable for football goals with a fixed and non-relocatable stand. The sleeves are available with and without a cover. A floor frame in the back of the door can also provide increased security. In addition, this goal frame can be fixed with a floor anchor. This is usually also screwed into the ground so that the ground anchor has good stability / stability. If necessary, however, the anchors can also be set in concrete to prevent the door from falling over in any case. Counterweights can also be a way of preventing the football goal from tipping over. These weights are also available in the form of mobile versions with mobile pneumatic wheels for easy transport. Filled with quartz sand, they should weigh around 80 kilograms. A warning sticker should be provided for all free-standing, mobile doors in accordance with DIN EN 748 and 749, to indicate that the door must be secured against tipping over at all times.