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Free Soccer Goal Plans

Step 1 - Obtain Materials as listed below

(5) Ten-foot 1" PVC pipes  (Note: you may use 2" for greater stiffness)

(6) Elbows

(2) Tees

PVC Cement and Primer (small cans)

11 feet of 10-foot wide 5-inch square fishing net available at a local net supply store or online for about $1.50 per foot at

H. Christiansen Co.
Wholesale - Retail
Fishermen's Supplies
4976 Arnold Road
Duluth, MN 55803

Toll-free
800-372-1142
Phone:
218-724-5509
Fax:
218-724-5609
Email:
HChris5509@aol.com
Web:
http://www.christiansennets.com

NOTE: DOUBLE THIS MATERIAL LIST FOR TWO GOALS

 

Step 2 - Cut PVC Pipe into the lengths given below. A hack saw will work for this.

(6) Five-foot pieces

(2) 56 3/4" pieces

(1) 85 3/4" piece

See Figure 1 below


Figure 1

Step 3 - Construct base
Dry fit pieces but do not glue yet.  This will consist of two 56 3/4" pieces on the sides with elbows on each side and two 60" pieces in the back connected with elbows and a tee.  DO NOT GLUE YET!  See Figure 2.


Figure 2

Step 4 - Dry fit other pieces together - DO NOT GLUE YET!  The long piece runs diagonally and has two tees connected to it.  The other 4 pieces are 5-feet pieces and are assembled as shown in Figure 3.


Figure 3

Step 5 - Attach Net

Cut net in half so you have 2 pieces about 11-feet long. Place each piece over the back of the goal and then start at one top corner and thread the PVC pipe through the net.  Note that you will have to remove the pipe from the elbows or tees, one pipe at a time, and reconnect each pipe after it is threaded.  An alternative to this process would be to purchase plastic wire hold-downs used to secure electrical wires.  Cut off excess netting when finished

 


Figure 4

Step 6 - Glue Pipe

Glue pipe together with PVC cement if desired, removing one joint at a time and gluing with the net still in place.  Note that the 1-inch pipe will fall out of the elbows and tees occasionally if not glued.  The larger PVC pipe will do better. An unglued goal may be disassembled and stored.


UPDATE: It has been 5 Years Since I Built These Soccer Goals And The Kids Are Still Using Them!

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Copyright 2004 - Michael Sakowski