Set Up A Soccer Field In Your Own Backyard
Soccer is one of the world’s most popular and competitive sports. It is a game that is cherished by many. Most of the people who love soccer are however unable to play their beloved game because searching for a field to play it in is indeed a tedious task. We help you by letting you make a mini soccer field in your backyard with these equipments.
Pop up portable soccer goals
Putting up of soccer goal post in their backyards is like a nightmare for every parent. The professional ones would probably burn a hole through your pocket and occupy a lot of space. It is important for you to decide, what is your requirement? , where would you put it up? And what is your budget?
If you are looking to buy a goal post to be put up in your backyard and to help your child hone his soccer skills then a pop up portable soccer goals is the best option. It requires less space and is easy on your pocket. There are different sizes available which depend entirely on your usage and what are the skills of the child who is going to use it. Another added advantage of a pop up portable soccer goal is the fact that they are lightweight and easy to carry around; you can put them up in your backyard, on a beach and many more places.
Majority of the available pop up portable goal post has a net made out of water proof polyester and a fibre glass framework. The moment you take out the goal post from its carry bag it springs up to its full size, pulling out a rolled net to make the goal post. It can be easily folded down to an oval 1 inch thick. The pop up portable soccer goals is easy to install, carry and gives more for your money.
A soccer ball is considered to be the most important equipment required for a game. A soccer ball is generally made of a kind of synthetic leather, which generally is polyvinyl chloride or polyurethane. It is then stitched around a rubber bladder which is generally inflated. The balls made earlier were of genuine leather and closed by cotton laces. Modern day balls are provided with a valve to maintain the air pressure. The soccer ball contains two main elements, its inner bladder and its outer covering. The outer skin contains 32 panels, which are joined together by hand stitching. Several layers of cloth are pasted to the back side of the synthetic leather to strengthen it. The balls which are meant for matches gets at least 4 layers of cloth to provide strength whereas their cheaper counter parts get only 2. The panels are cut precisely by a machine. The holes to stitch the panels together are also punched at the same time. The panels are then painted with the logos of the manufacturer. The bladder is made either by natural or synthetic rubber. The cover of the ball is sewed by hand, before closing the final seems of the cover, the bladder is inserted and the stitching is completed. To ensure that the bladder is not punctured a worker inflates it, weighs it and then deflates it again after which it is packed.