Franklin Sports Portable Soccer Goal - Blackhawk Pop-Up Folding Soccer Net
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- 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
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|Franklin Sports Blackhawk Portable Soccer Goal - 4'x3'||Franklin Sports Kids Soccer 2 Goal Set - 4.5'x3'||Franklin Sports Steel Soccer Goal - 3'x2'||Franklin Sports Kids Soccer Goal with Carry Bag - 3'x2'||Franklin Sports Kids Soccer Goal with Ball & Pump - 2'x1.5'|
|Size||4 FT (W) x 3 FT (H)||4.5 FT (W) x 3 FT (H)||3 FT (W) x 2 FT (H)||3 FT (W) x 2 FT (H)||2 FT (W) x 1.5 FT (H)|
|Carry Bag Included||✓||No||No||✓||No|
|Recommended Use||Practice||Learn To Play||Learn To Play||Learn To Play||Learn To Play|
|Recommended Level||2 - Adult||2 - 11||2 - 11||2 - 11||2 - 11|
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1. It's put together with like tent poles that you thread through the net. The joints on the tent poles are a little lose so when moving it around they come apart and you have to put it back together. This set up also makes taking the tent poles out of the net a real pain so I normally just transport it with the bottom connectors off and it folded in half. Not a big deal but if you have a smaller car 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 kid 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 team of 11 has put 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 many seasons I'll really get out of this.
By J. Zapata on May 16, 2017
I read the reviews that questioned the sturdiness of this product but I bought it anyway. I've since used it in 5 practices with U8 boys and this is what I've learned. The first practice showed me that as it is, it does not have the sturdiness to withstand the constant assault that boys will unleash on it. The straight connectors are too shallow. Merely kicking the ball in the net is enough to dislodge it.
So I took it home after the first practice and tightly duct taped the straight connectors together. I did not connect the corner connectors because they are deep (3" or so) and I did want some movement so as not to break anything. That did the trick.
4 practices later and these nets have withstood everything without an issue. The kids lay on it, kick it, roll into it and it hasn't given up. It stays together. Now it's perfect.
I'll never put it back into the small carrying bag again but that's okay. It folds up into a compact size for travel. So I'm now happy with this product.
Again, you will need duct tape to make this product sturdy and useful. Otherwise it will constantly separate at the side connectors. Definitely happy that I bought this... After my improvement.
After 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 help 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 stuff the net into the carry bag with poles. However might not be as much of an issue with smaller goals without as much netting to deal with.
Probably, another way to keep 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 kids won't help 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 hold up for the next two months (14 practices). Overall, the price was great, but the saying "you get what you pay for" definitely applies. After typing this review and outlining the issues and nice to have's, I should've spent an extra $45 for something more durable, easier to assemble, and without the fiberglass splinters...
By Amazon Customer on April 7, 2018
Top reviews from other countries
Obviously this is not a heavy duty steel net and you have to treat it as a light weight goal. But it is a great way to move up to a bigger size and play where you want. I got 2 of these for my son and we love having a goal with more scoring area for both keeping/shooting than you get with the little pop-up goals. I'm going to get a bigger bag for them so I can carry just the nets in the nylon bag and the extra bits (corners and pegs) separated. The bag that came with it is tight folding it this way. Great fun!!