Small Court Soccer Goals
Small court soccer goals with a long service life for schools and clubs
What size is a small court soccer goal?
The smaller size of small court soccer goals is tailored to the age or size of the players. With a height of 2 meters and a width (crossbar) of 3 meters, however, they do not correspond to the dimensions of the football association, so they are primarily used for training purposes. The lower goal depth is usually 1.5 meters, but there are also goals with a goal depth of 1 or 2 meters. Thanks to the materials used and their robustness, small court soccer goals guarantee a long service life.
Numerous possible uses for small court soccer goals
In the children's and youth area, small court soccer goals provide more fun and joy. So-called mini goals are also used on football pitches, as they are on the one hand very resistant and on the other hand can be optimally adapted to the limited space available. Small court soccer goals can be free-standing and transportable. The floor is anchored by means of floor sleeves / floor spars or floor plates and screws that are anchored in the floor. In the case of free-standing goals, a corresponding anti-tip device must also be installed in the floor frame. A suitable place to set up a gate, regardless of the anti-tip device, is very important.
How is a youth goal set up?
The goal frame, ie the post and the crossbar of the goal, are fully welded and can be shaped into a square profile of 80 x 80 mm or an oval profile. Free-standing youth goals usually have a net bracket made of round tube, which is welded to the ground frame with the help of corner connections or which is rounded and leads back to the post. There is also a deepened profile groove on the gate for the net attachment. The goal net of small court soccer goals is held by means of net hooks and consists of a polyester mixture, which guarantees perfect weather resistance. The net holders as well as different nets can be purchased accordingly or are already included in the scope of delivery.