Hockey Goals

How to select a hockey goal to meet your requirements

The choice of selection of hockey goals can be broken down into 3 easy steps:

Step 1: Do you require matchplay or training goals? Hockey goals can be made to various specifications but they can all be categorised into a match (sometimes referred to as regulation) or training goal. A match goal needs to meet all the standards set out by the governing body whereas a training goal will not meet these standards but by reducing the specification, the price can be decreased.

Step 2: What material should the goals be made from? Hockey goals are available usually in either aluminium or steel. Aluminium is the choice for the professional or high level game whereas steel is used for areas where the hockey goals are used at amateur level that need to be a little more hard wearing. Due to the higher quality, the aluminium goals are more expensive.

Step 3: Where will the goals be used? Hockey goals can be supplied self weighted, freestanding or socketed with self weighted and freestanding having the option to be mobile. The self weighted goal is the ideal choice for MUGA's and 3G pitches where the goals need to be self anchored and be able to move in and out of position. Freestanding goals and the less popular socketed goals are generally used on natural surfaces or dedicated hockey pitches where the goals don't move from position. Please remember that a freestanding goal always needs to be anchored to meet the British Standard in terms of tipping weight.

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