How Much Do Soccer Goals Cost?

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Whether you are running a sports facility, a school sports program, or just looking to purchase a soccer goal to better your individual game, shopping for soccer goals will present many questions.  There are many different sizes and types of goals from which you can choose depending on your intended use.

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How much do soccer goals cost?

The cost of a soccer goal will depend on the materials it’s made of, if it’s portable, what it’s being used for, the size and where it’s purchased.  Since there are goals designed for everyone, the prices can range from as little as $10 for a simple inflatable goal to as much as $3,000+ for a professional goal.    Take a look at our table below to see what you will more than likely pay for a goal.

A small practice goal intended for scrimmage play with no goalie, such as the Infinity Kwik Goal, will cost between $50 and $150 per goal depending on its features.  Some of these goals have pop-up features while others have to be put together and taken apart.  Some goals are weighted in the back to avoid falling over while others are not.

A training goal, such as the Coerver Kwik Goal, is a flat goal that can be used for shooting exercises on two sides.  This allows more shots per player resulting in more experience.  The price of these types of goals can range from $300 to $750 per goal depending on the size.

A youth-sized goal can be purchased for $600 to $1600 per goal.  The sizes range from 4’x6′ to 7’x21′ and get more expensive as they get bigger.

A regulation size goal measures 8’x24′ and can be purchased for $1000-$3000 depending on the brand.  Some of the more expensive goals include wheels for easy movement, weighted posts for stability and thicker posts for durability.  For example, the Evoluion Kwik Goal EVO 1.1 will cost about $2600.

A portable soccer goal that can fold easily or one that is even inflatable can cost anywhere from $30 to $300 depending on the brand.  A pop-up goal can cost anywhere from $20 to $80.  A pop-up goal is similar to a portable version but can fold up into a bag for easy transportation.

Soccer goals that are designed for indoor use can range anywhere from $125 to as much as $800 for a higher end model.  Official goals are going to be more toward the higher end of the price range.

Mini goals designed for children can cost anywhere from $25 to as much as $200, again, depending on the brand. has a large selection of soccer goals.  Here, a 6’x12′ goal retails for $99 to $300, while a 8′ x 24′ goal retails for $350 to as much as $3,500.

Type/Brand of GoalPrice Range
Bownet Soccer$100 to $350
Brava Soccer Goal$35 to $100
Foldable Soccer Goals$25 to $150
Goalrilla Soccer Goal$180 to $350
Inflatable Soccer Goal$7 to $50
Kwik Goal$1,800 to $3,200+
Mylec Soccer Goal$30 to $100
Pop Up Soccer Goal$20 to $75
PUGG Soccer Goal$20 to $70
SKLZ Soccer Goal$80 to $320
Walmart Soccer Goal$25 to $200

Soccer goals overview

Soccer goals will come in various sizes, shapes and options.  Most will be either constructed of either plastic or metal.  Also, a goal will either have depth or it won’t have depth at all.  A goal without depth is designed with lighter material and is usually found in youth leagues.  A goal with depth will extend about two feet deep and is typically made of a higher-grade material.  This net is often found in your higher leagues.

Goals can either be permanent or portable.  Portable goals will be lighter in weight and can be moved around easier for storage purposes.  These goals tend to be great for training and practice.  Permanent goals will be heavier, more durable, safer and will be installed in the ground with anchors.  These goals tend to hold up during any sort of gameplay and can be found at soccer complexes, schools and stadiums.

The training goals, such as Infinity and Coerver, come with the frame, the net, and any tools necessary to put the goal together.  Some may also come with an owner’s manual.

The youth size or full-size goals include only the frame and instructions for installation.

What are the extra costs?

Extra nets or replacement nets for the training goals will need to be purchased every few years depending on the amount of use it gets.  These nets will cost about $100-$150.

The nets for the youth size or full-size goals will cost between $100 and $400 per net depending on the size as well as the quality and durability of the material.

Net clips will be needed to attach the net to the frame of the goal.

If the goal you purchase is not weighted, sandbags may need to be purchased to help stabilize the goals.

If the goal will be permanent and has to be installed by a professional, additional fees may apply.

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How can I save money?

Because the frame of the goal is the most important part, and because these frames usually last many years, used goals can be purchased without too much risk of breaking.  Some brands of goals even come with a transferable warranty.  Check services such as Craigslist to look for previously used soccer goals.

If you only need a small net for recreational purposes, one can be made using simple PVC piping that can be purchased through Home Depot and other do-it-yourself stores.

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