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I bought two of these for my kids at around $22.00 each. The children love them. I have to search a method to place an extra help member in the back to hold the goal from collapsing. It collapses under powerful wind or if the side [email protected]#$%! with the ball; Even if you nail it down with the included drive sticks. All you do is pick it right back up and hold on playing. Not to simple to be taken apart to be taken on the road, but with some patience you can do it. it will take about 7 mins to take apart or place together.
I bought this for practices with my 7-8 year old soccer team. It's a small smaller than our regulation goals but it gives them a target to work with. It's fine for practice but I have a couple complaints:1. It's place together with like tent poles that you thread through the net. The joints on the tent poles are a small lose so when moving it around they come apart and you have to place it back together. This set up also makes taking the tent poles out of the net a true pain so I normally just transport it with the bottom connectors off and it folded in half. Not a huge deal but if you have a smaller vehicle that won't work.2. There is a strap between the two bottom braces that connect the top pole to the bottom pole. Which that is nice so you can't lose your bottom braces but it's really impractical in the soccer goal. At least once a practice I have a child that gets tripped by that strap.3. This isn't overly durable. It would probably honestly work better if you are just using it around the house with one kid. My squad of 11 has place this through the ringer and it shows. I've got seams unraveling on the net. They managed to flip the net with a very hard goal kick which caused the nylon loop you are supposed to use to anchor it to rip off. We've only used this for 4 practices. It's getting the job done but I don't know how a lot of seasons I'll really obtain out of this.
A small perspective, I'm coaching my daughters GU9 Rec team, and they will be playing their first year with a keeper and bigger 12'x6' goals. My daughter is so-so on soccer, so not really wanting to invest too much $ on something for maybe her latest season. Saw the price and reviews and thought I'd go with the lowest priced option for it's size with decent ter six practices my impressions are:- Probably a better goal to leave up in the backyard for a couple weeks/month, and not setting up and taking down several nights a week for practice.- You can assemble yourself, but with the support of another person it's a lot more manageable;- Very light weight, but bag is slim, draw-string end/side opening only, so hard to items the net into the carry bag with poles. However might not be as much of an problem with smaller goals without as much netting to deal bably, another method to hold the cost down without having a length-wise zipper that would've been more effective for the bigger goal.- Fiberglass fibers from the poles leave slivers in your hands. Wife and children won't support assemble/disassemble anymore due to this.- Pole connections did not stay tight after the first use, which adds to the difficulty of setting up and taking down, trying to thread the poles through the netting sleeves.- Netting and frame sleeves are already starting to wear with holes..So, with less than a month into the season (6 practices), hopefully it will keep up for the next two months (14 practices). Overall, the price was great, but the saying "you obtain what you pay for" definitely applies. After typing this review and outlining the problems and nice to have's, I should've spent an additional $45 for something more durable, easier to assemble, and without the fiberglass splinters...
I understand Franklin makes cheap products (you obtain what you pay for), but this goal is total garbage. We ordered the 9x5 size and it was next to impossible to assemble—either the poles are too long, or the netting is too small. Even when pulled EXTREMELY tight, the tension tears the cheap fabric and seam stitches. Also, even if you’re able to assemble, the over-tension skews/warps the goal shape. I’m all for budget sports products for at home, the backyard, basement, etc., but this goal is junk... returning and refund requested.
Excellent goal. Simple to set up. It was fun introducing our 3 year old to soccer, now she is playing on a squad at school. This sets up and tears down fast and comes in a nice carrying case. Simple to shop in the garage when they are not using it.
I bought this for my children thinking it was just going to be "okay" and they would probably have it destroyed in no time. Being that it wasn't super pricey I didn't wish to obtain my hopes up. It was simple to set up, even my 8 yr old was able to support me. It's really quite sturdy. It's managed to survive some beautiful nasty storms these latest couple of weeks without any hurt and it didn't blow away surprisingly. The netting is amazing quality, no rips or tangling of any kind. I'll definitely be ordering a second one!
Description said it was a portable tent and "pops up" easily. While this description is vague, it can be interpreted incorrectly. I took it as a soccer net that can easily fold up in the bag provided AND that it “pops” up. This is false information. This soccer net is constructed exactly as a camping tent. It comes with poles and a net. In order to “pop” it up, you have to assemble the poles (just like a camping tent) every single time. Then, if you wish to transport it to the park, you need to take it down like a camping tent and set it up again like a tent. This does not “pop” together, fold down easily, or transport easily UNLESS you disassemble the entire thing like a camping tent. I think the description needs to be changed. However, IF you have a backyard with grass and you can leave this net up long term, it’s a amazing net. Also worth nothing, this may be our poor luck, but our net arrived with the netting part falling apart. The netting was frayed and coming apart. I don’t know how long the netting would last. We will be returning it.
UPDATED REVIEW (09/25/2017):I contacted Amazon customer service and explained the situation. The representative was very fast to support and sent a replacement goal immediately. I received the goal on Saturday 9/23. I'm satisfied with Amazon customer service and hopefully the replacement goal will latest much longer.UPDATED REVIEW (09/21/2017):I went to set up one of the goals at my son's practice latest night and the elastic that holds the frame together had snapped. I don't know when this happened, but apparently it is cheap elastic because I've never been rough with these goals and always careful when taking them apart and putting them together. I assume the second goal I purchased at the same time will also eventually break, so I'm hesitant to purchase them again. I purchased these on 8/17/2017, so just over 1 month (about 6 - 1 hour practices) and it's broken. Unfortunately, what I thought was going to be a worthwhile purchase turns out to be a dud! I can't recommend these.ORIGINAL REVIEW:For Youth Soccer practices, these work great. I purchased 2 of them. They take a small time to set up (about 3 mins each), but once they are up, they keep powerful if they are anchored to the ground with the included stakes. The material is powerful enough to take a small bit of a beating, but I can tell they will probably only latest 1-2 seasons. For the price though, they are worth it. I would not use these for more competitive leagues, or older children (10+). They are amazing for younger leagues where the ball is not kicked too hard yet.
We really like this soccer goal. It's amazing for indoors and outdoors. Be careful how you collapse it. My son tried to do it and ended up twisting it out of shape to where it wouldn't stand up so we had to order another one.
Upon initial opening in building I loved it it was awesome it’s the excellent size it folds together nice and neat. The first time we went to use it I was on able to obtain the top to snap together when I looked at it it had snapped off inside the bracket. So I pulled the broken piece out and place it back together and place it away. We went to use it again the same piece was broken again so I am very disappointed that the top bar keeps breaking. Lost an inch off the top due do it breaking twice. $20 for one goal is already expensive and now the fact that he keeps breaking is really @#$%ing me off. Upon initial opening in building I loved it it was awesome it’s the excellent size it folds together nice and neat. The first time we went to use it I was on able to obtain the top to snap together when I looked at it it had snapped off inside the bracket. So I pulled the broken piece out and place it back together place it away went to use it again the same piece was broken again so I am very disappointed that the top bar keeps breaking. $20 for one goal is already expensive and now the fact that it keeps breaking is really pissing me off . And the fabric is torn due to the sharp plastic when it broke twice. It’s unfortunate that it’s created so cheaply because it really is a nice goal in Franklin used to be a reputable brand but apparently they use super cheap materials now because this thing sucks.
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