- Material: Fiberglass
- Brand: Franklin Sports
- Color: Optic Yellow
- Product Dimensions: 36″D x 48″W x 1.75″H
- Frame Material: Fiberglass, Alloy Steel
- Durable Construction: Our durable, weather-resistant soccer goals make practicing shots fun and easy.
- Portable Transport: The fiberglass and steel construction add stability while being easy to set up and take down.
- Easy to Secure: This portable soccer goal includes tie-down ground stakes for greater stability. Peg hooks help secure goal to ground
- Use Anywhere: Take this portable soccer goal almost anywhere with pop-up simplicity.
- Multiple Sizes: This soccer goal is 4′ x 3′, but is also available in multiple sizes, including 6’6” x 3’3”, 9’ x 5’6”, and 12’ x 6’, giving you versatile options. Put a portable soccer net in the backyard, in the park, and more for easy practice
Price was good, but definitely has some flaws. The material seems to be holding up pretty well after several practices. It is easy to fold, but the goal is too bid, doesn’t even fit inside my Tahoe. Have to completely take apart each time. Not too bad to assemble, mostly like tent rods, but need to make sure the rods stay together when taking apart so the don’t get stuck in the sleeve. Overall, not too bad.
Chris Vander Leest –
We bought these nets for my son’s soccer team to use at practice a couple times a week. The get an A+ for being sturdy as they constantly have 8 year olds messing with them, running into them, etc and they haven’t had any issues with breaking. They fold up nicely into their carrying bags and are easy to throw in the back of the car and transport. I would say they are somewhat of a pain to assemble and disassemble. Once you know what you are doing it gets easier, but could still take 5 mins to put up or take down. The problem is there are simply alot of separate pole sections that have to connect to each other, and often when you are putting 2 sections together, another section comes loose, or vice vera. Having two people makes it far easier, but can still cause frustration. That said, I do like the nets. I have a smaller sized one that is easier to put together because it has fewer pole sections in total, and then the larger 9 foot goals which are a bit more cumbersome but still good. After several months of hard use and being set up and taken down multiple times a week, the only issues are a couple spots where there is some fraying along some seams, but nothing that has caused any structural issues. Good product, I would buy it again.
Duy and Traci –
This is a fairly sizable goal net. It is easily foldable, but to get it into the bag that it comes with you have to take it apart. For the price, don’t expect something that will last forever. My still testing out my son to see if he likes soccer, and so I didn’t want to spend too much. The supports are very flimsy, so if your kids like to hang onto the goal, it will bend and break. However, for the purposes of a simple goal on a budget, it fits it’s purpose, at least for me.
Brian McLean –
I coach a U17 boys travel soccer team. Our field doesn’t have lights so we have to practice on a softball field under the lights this time of year. I bought this thinking “if it’ll last me a couple of months, I’ll get my money’s worth”. It only takes a few minutes to put up…surprising. During shooting drills my boys were going 100% on it and it would catch it and roll the ball into the back. It was amazing to see the game flex and remain standing. I was astonished. Upper corner shots were also no problem with this goal. This was a great buy and I’d recommend this to anyone.
G. Jackson –
The nets are really fast and easy to set up and the included ground hooks keep them studily in place. I would have given five stars EXCEPT that the fiberglass rods for the frame of the net had super fine loose filaments so one is currently lodged under the skin of my index finger and I was thankfully able to get the other one out of my thumb.It seems kind of silly to recommend people wear gloves while putting this together, but you could end up with jabs if not. I’m just thankful I noticed because my kids could have ended up with fiberglass splinters too.
Bob B –
Fiberglass poles break but they send new ones. Breaks all the time.
S. Rees –
Easy to assemble. Not so easy to fold. I would rather just pull the poles out and store it neatly in the included bag. Great product over all.
Mark Yoder –
This product was very easy to assemble and easy to fold back up to put away. Works great for our boys to practice soccer in the back yard!