They fold down to a 1-in flat oval and come with a handy carry bag.

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Help your child or adolescent hone his or her soccer skills with this Pugg portable 6 Footer training goal boxed set, which includes two goals and a bag. Also available in 4- and 2.5-foot sizes, the Pugg 6 Footer is ideal for clinics, backyard contests, and even organized games at the park. Each 6 Footer goal is remarkably easy to set up: just hold on to the corners, and then twist the left corner counterclockwise while bringing the hands together. 
In mere seconds, you'll have a fully functional soccer goal, with anchoring pegs to help adhere it to the ground.
The goal collapses just as quickly into a flat oval that measures 1-inch thick, with a handy carrying bag for easy transport. As a result, you can vacate the practice field as soon as the weather turns, and without having to break down a cumbersome multi-piece goal system. Each 6 Footer measures 6 by 3.5 by 3.5 feet (W x H x D) when installed and is safe for both kids and adults. The set comes with two goals, one carrying bag, and anchoring pegs.
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  • Made in USA
  • Pair of portable 6-foot soccer goals for training or casual games
  • Sets up easily with a quick twist; collapses into 1-inch-thick flat oval
  • Includes anchoring pegs to keep goal securely in the ground
  • Comes with handy carrying bag; safe for kids and adults
  • Each goal measures 6 x 3.5 x 3.5 feet (W x H x D)
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Frequently Asked Questions

  • What size do you recommend for a 5-year old girl?

    We run the recreation league in Kingsport, TN. We use the 6ft goals for games from U5/6 (3v3) and U7/8 (4v4). It depends what you will be using it for. If you want it to be super portable then get the smaller ones as the 6 foot goals will take up the whole area of the back of our Camry but are only 2-3 inches in width. If just using it in back yard the smaller ones would be fine to improve accuracy. If playing with several people go with the 6 ft goals or go with the smaller versions if super ease of portability is a factor (The 6ft aren't hard to store but are bigger than the smaller versions)

  • From what age are this goals recommended?

    I don't get this question? If you want to buy the goals age doesn't matter. If you buy it because you are a coach, ask the commissioner? Fact it, the goals are a little bigger than the goals we used in U 7. I use this goals for my back yard.

  • Anchor pegs

    Three pegs, each 4" plastic secored with elastic. Sturdy.

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