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No. All of our full size goals have crossbars that are a single piece; therefore the crossbar cannot be broken down. We make full size goals that are to be left on site; in doing so, we maintain the safest soccer goals possible. We do manufacture/distribute several types of small-sided goals, some of which can be easily transported. We also carry a 8′ x 24′ shooting goal that breaks down into 4 ft. sections. This can be easily transported. However, it is not to be used for competition.

Category: Soccer

Only adults should move goals. Wheeled goals are the easiest and safest option and help prolong the life of the goal.

Category: Soccer

Keeper Goals recommends the use of duckbill ground anchors to properly anchor soccer goals to meet ASTM guidelines.

Sandbags and weights may be used but are simply not as reliable as anchoring or locking goals. Please be advised that anchor weights and sandbags can be easily moved off the goals. The anchor weights or sandbags should remain fastened to the goal at all times and should be monitored as such to ensure the safety of those using the goals. If using anchor weights or sandbags to anchor your goals please obtain information from the goal manufacturer regarding how much weight is needed for your goals to meet ASTM guidelines.

In unison with the use of weights or sandbags we suggest locking goals face to face when they are not in use or securing them to objects so that they cannot be moved.

 

Category: Soccer

All movable soccer goals should be secured or anchored. Keeper Goals recommends the use of duckbill ground anchors to properly anchor soccer goals to meet ASTM guidelines.

Category: Soccer

Light goals, when tipped, can still cause serious injury. The design of the goal, and proper anchoring of the goal, plays a greater role than the weight of the goal. Goals anchored correctly dramatically improve safety – our number one concern.

Category: Soccer