Football Goal, 6ft x 4ft for £10 @ Tesco Direct (Free C&C)
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Football Goal, 6ft x 4ft for £10 @ Tesco Direct (Free C&C)

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Found 28th Mar
Half price!

Hone your shooting skills and place them perfectly in the top corner. This Activequipment 6ft goal is the ideal choice for any budding footballers that are looking to develop their shots. This top quality football goal has had an extra bar added to each side to ensure a stronger and more stable goal that is also waterproof to prevent rusting.

The goal frame is made from steel in a white finish, coming with the net, anchor pegs, the Activequipment football goal is an ideal size for the garden or park.

6ft wide x 4ft high. Self-assembly is required.
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Thanks OP, collect tomorrow.
Does anyone know if this will stand on its own and be sturdy enough without ground anchors?
I can imagine my brother totally, well, totalling this with his powerful legs (he's been playing footie since he was a nipper), but yeah, anchoring it should help. I've sent this on to him, he's been looking for one.
Bought and returned. Cheap but not good value. A ball-ache to assemble, too. You'd pay £10 to have someone build it for you.
I have a plastic one, pretty good stands on its own. Can't remember the brand... probably 6 x 4 FORZA not that cheap but has lasted well outside
OOS - expire away
Mikiex1 h, 50 m ago

I have a plastic one, pretty good stands on its own. Can't remember the …I have a plastic one, pretty good stands on its own. Can't remember the brand... probably 6 x 4 FORZA not that cheap but has lasted well outside


Thanks, checking that one out now.
Oos
arjun3113 h, 20 m ago

Does anyone know if this will stand on its own and be sturdy enough …Does anyone know if this will stand on its own and be sturdy enough without ground anchors?



No, it needs the anchors.
It's also very flimsy and the metal bends easily. The net also developed holes after normal (teenage) use.
OOS now
arjun3117 h, 37 m ago

Does anyone know if this will stand on its own and be sturdy enough …Does anyone know if this will stand on its own and be sturdy enough without ground anchors?


I've had this net. Any kind of force of a weighty ball will knock this over without anchorage. A light plastic ball (like from a pound shop) will be fine. We use rocks on the corners of the frame over my patio. And by anchoring it, the force of the ball remains in the net, which won't withstand repeated hits. For us, the net ripped once within a week. Fairly easy to construct, laying the net out is a chore though. The frame doesn't withstand much rain before rust shows on the edges. You'll do well to get a year of use out of this, we did. For the money, that's fair. Heated.
Just ordered. Still has stock
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