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March 6, 2013

Football Goalpost Videos

March 6, 2013 0 Comment

Football goalpost videos shown on our website have football, rugby posts and other sports goalposts. The other videos of goal post systems show how to move and store football goals.

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    Goalpost videos from ITSA GOAL are available via our dedicated you tube channel “football goalposts” .  You can access the videos  via the you tube icon located on the web site.

    ITSA Goal 12’x6′ upvc goalposts in use at the Premier League kicks Cup  tournament in Nottingham

    The videos show different types of football goal posts being installed, moved around and stored. All our crossbar testing is included on the site showing the test weight used and the deformation of the crossbar after the live testing has been completed.  We are the only goalpost manufacturing company to show actual strength testing of football goal crossbars. When we say they pass testing you can actually see they do. More informational videos are to be added in the future to help demonstrate why our goal posts are recognised as the best products available. They are the preferred choice of discerning goal post users.

    Customers can see before they buy how safely and easily our football goal posts can be moved around compared to others. We also show our high impact uPVC goal posts to demonstrate how much stronger and easier they are to install over Far East Forza and Samba Goals. To see the current football goalpost videos click here.Football Goal videos

    On a lighter note, we also have a collection of recordings of Football Association Cup Finals, FIFA World cup, and European Cup final films now on short online videos. Look back at how football was played before the Premier League and before the millionaire footballs in today’s game.

    Scroll down the page to view our goalpost assembly videos.

    This video demonstrates how to assembly an ITSA GOAL football goalpost in under one minute. There really is no other goal that can be assembled and ready for the match in a minute.
    Click here for more information on the 12’x6′ uPVC goal


    Click here for more information on the 8’x4′ uPVC goal post

    The garden goal video above shows the most popular plastic junior club football
    goal in the UK. The  video shows the popular 8′ x 4′ goal being assembled from the individual goalpost components.
    The only plastic goal post with a two year manufacturers warranty owing to the specially strengthened corner bracket and the longevity of the product.

    Click here for more information on the 8′ x 6′ football goal

    The goalpost video shows the 8’x6’ garden Footie Goal which is the ideal garden goalpost.

    This garden goal post was introduced to offer  a value for money alternative to Samba goals and other flimsy Far East copies of our goalpost concept. ITSA GOAL invented the first uPVC portable mini soccer goal  circa 1989.

     

    CLICK HERE to see the full range of folding aluminium goalposts
    The Folding goalpost and goalpost wheeled transporters shown in this video are Registered Designs.
    European & USA Patent GB 2423260 – Registered Design 5000197 5000198 5000199


    ITSA GOALone section crossbar upvc goalposts at a tournament in Nottingham –
    Click here for more information on the 12’x6′ uPVC goal shown in this video 

    CLICK HERE for folding aluminium goalposts

    The goalpost corner bracket video above shows the robust design of the goalpost corner bracket
    especially when compared to any other plastic goalpost corner brackets with push in back net supports that really are not up to the job.

    The goalpost video above shows the Arrowhead net fixings being  fitted to the posts. This is a one time fitting, once they are in they will stay in place.  These proper net fixings are supplied on ITSA Goal upvc club goals and are better than wrap around net fittings. Nets are attached properly on the reverse of the upright and goalpost crossbars, no messy nets wrapping around posts.

    How to fit the goalpost net cord.
    ITSA Goal posts are supplied with top quality braided goal nets. Each goal net includes a lose net head cord. This net cord is designed to be tied between each net support to create a roof to the goal post, this is the top of the net that lifts up when tied properly.  The video demonstrates how to tie off the net cord to the elbow to create a proper roof to the net.

    How to remove a goalpost Anchor
    ITSA Goal posts are supplied with safe easy to use goal post multi-surface ground anchors and safety ground red pegs. On normal ground the ground pegs can easily be removed with the end of a red peg however, when the ground is hard it is advised to remove the pegs using a claw hammer as shown.

    To view more football goalpost assembly videos
    please visit or YOUTUBE VIDEO SITE   http://www.youtube.com/footballgoalposts

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