“Goals are goals”? – Seen from a distance, one might spontaneously agree with such a statement, as one goal seemingly resembles the other. But as so often in life, it is worth taking a second look at football goals to see clear differences. Significant differences are immediately apparent when you look at them from the outside!
The first thing you notice immediately is that our goals with milled net suspensions do not require net hooks.
We are the first manufacturer in Germany to produce our goals with an integrated net hooking system, which guarantees maximum comfort. In addition, the net hangs absolutely securely and can be hung up quickly and easily. There are no consequential costs due to broken or twisted net hooks with this form of net suspension! Our unique milling prevents the net from tearing on sharp edges. A risk of injury, for example, with protruding net hooks, is almost impossible! In combination with our anti-theft system it can also be ensured that the net cannot simply be removed.
Welded-on handles, drill holes for ground anchoring as well as an intelligent system of rods for suspending the net on the ground frame are further external differences which are difficult to recognise from a distance.
As so often, the “inner values” count!
We manufacture our fully welded junior and training goals exclusively with internal corner connectors. As can be seen in the illustration above, these corner connectors ensure that the forces which occur are evenly spread over the corners and thus relieve the welding seams.
Especially when goals have to be weighed down, we consider this construction to be a significant added value. The much higher strain on the goal due to the weight can be better absorbed.
In addition, the net supports are embedded in the corner connectors and are then welded together. Again, it is immediately apparent that this type of construction provides greater stability. We do not simply “weld” our ground frame to the goal frame. Instead, we first insert the ground frame into the goal frame before welding both together.
It can hardly be more stable! Not all goals are the same!