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Let’s face it: we’re all sick of using two tennis shoes or two soccer bags for goals in small sided games. After all, shoes don’t have nets, aren’t very tall to replicate the feel of a post, and the one huge flaw: you have to specify how tall the “goal” really is for shots to count. There has to be a better solution, right? Luckily, yes, thanks to the classic Kwik Goal Infinity Goal, an affordable and versatile soccer goal option.

The first thing that is eye opening about this goal is its sticker price: just $74.99. Compared to a competition goal which can cost upwards of $3,000, there’s a huge difference. So what do you really get in the Infinity Goal option? For one you get versatility. The goal comes packed with 3 nylon anchor pegs that can easily be staked into most playing surfaces (of course, it’ll be hard to stick the pegs into concrete, but then again, should you really be trying?)  The Infinity Goal is also foldable, so you can take this bad boy wherever your heart desires to play soccer. Now I’m sure most of you have noticed that the goal is a bit smaller than a regular goal. Let me address that.

First of all, the goal is quite sizable. Standing at 3.5 feet tall, it surely won’t replace a competition goal. However, the Kwik Goal Infinity Goal is absolutely ideal for small-sided scrimmages during training sessions. It’s 6 feet wide, and has a depth of 3.5 feet too. One of the best features of the goal (that annoyingly does not feature in a pair of shoes or two soccer bags closely put together) is a durable net. It’s a polyester net made of 15millimeter thick mesh so it’s lightweight and quite durable too. For the price, you surely cannot go wrong. It’s also got a weighted base so the goal (with the help of pegs) stays in place more firmly so you don’t find yourself chasing down some cones rather than focusing on the game at hand.

Overall, it’s a really great value buy if you need to spring up a pick up game or a scrimmage in a quick amount of time. At 5% of the cost of a competition goal, for what you get, it’s really a must by.

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