9 Best Soccer Goals and Rebounders of 2019: Options for Practice, Regulation Games, & Backyard Use

Overall, soccer is one of the most simple games in the world.  All you need is a ball and a goal, and you’re good to go.  Of course, if you’re playing in a league, you’ll need a couple more things, but if that’s not the case, then you just find yourself needing those two things in order to have a great game.  Look all over the world and you’ll find one thing in common: people will use anything for a goal.  I’ve used trees and all sorts of other objects.

Today, we’re going to be taking a look at the most popular options on the market for soccer goals and rebounders.  These can help take your game to the next level, whether you are practicing by yourself or playing against friends and family.  We’ll break down all you need to know about them in our buying guide, answer any FAQ’s that you might, and we will also look at reviews of the top ones.  So let’s get kicking!

 

Top Soccer Goals and Rebounders Comparison Chart

 

ImageNameAssemblingFeaturePriceWhere to Buy?
1. Pugg 6 Foot Portable Soccer Goal SetEasy to assembleGreat for small-sided games$$$$Check Price on Amazon
2. Golme Pro Full Size Training GoalAssembly can be tough without watching the videoGreat for teams and bigger players$$$Check Price on Amazon
3. Trigon Sports Rebounding Training NetHard to move aroundVery sturdy design and good in the elements$$Check Price on Amazon
4. PodiuMax Portable 2 in 1 Soccer RebounderVery light and easy to pack up and goGives unpredictable spins to the ball, increasing reaction time$$$Check Price on Amazon
5. PowerNet 12X6 Portable Bow Style GoalSuper easy to use and set upDoesn’t budge against the hardest shots$$Check Price on Amazon
6. SKLZ Quickster Soccer Rebound TrainerVery easy to put up and to take downTwo nets gives more options$$Check Price on Amazon
7. Goalrilla Striker Soccer Rebounder GoalVery sturdy and can’t be movedComing with a net and a sturdy design$$Check Price on Amazon
8. Franklin Sports Adjustable Soccer RebounderEasy to put togetherCan shoot and pass on it$$Check Price on Amazon

 

Soccer Goals and Rebounders Buying Guide

 

Because our list seeks to serve you by looking at the best AND most popular goals and rebounders on the market, what you are going to see might be slightly different than your expectations.  Instead of the massive goals that you see at schools and recreation departments, the majority of these are going to be smaller and are going to be able to be carried from Point A to Point B easily.  They also are thus going to be cheaper as well.  Those big goals might just creep onto the list, and they definitely have their purposes, but they don’t meet everyone’s needs!

 

Evaluating Yourself and Your Environment

 

Just like in life, it is crucial that you are able to effectively evaluate yourself in the game of soccer.  Are you someone that can’t get enough of the game and find yourself practicing all of the time, or are you a more casual player?  Maybe you just play on the weekends for fun.  Figuring this out is going to be essential to pinpointing what you want and ultimately need to buy.  If you are a player that wants to practice a number of skills, then a rebounder could be the way to go for you.  If you want to learn how to volley, bring the ball down with your first touch, use your chest and head, then this is an excellent way to go.

If you are just wanting to work on your shots, and you’re a good enough player to be able to juggle the ball up to yourself and put your body into different scenarios, then a regular goal could be just for you.  Or maybe you’re in the middle of the two and will want to go with both.  Ultimately, both are very good tools to have.  A rebounder can sometimes do the job of a goal, no doubt, but it takes a special one to be able to do the job of a goal.  So you have to be careful and not expect way too much out of something that just simply isn’t designed to do everything imaginable.

Another thing that you must also take a look at is where you will be playing at.  If you are playing at home, you have to evaluate how much room you have.  You might live on a farm where you have tons and tons of room and can put a full sized goal.  But, by the same token, you might also live in a very small neighborhood and will be forced to have a very small one.  You might feel a little discouraged if you are in the latter camp, but don’t be.  Goals have come a long, long way in the last few years.

Used to the only goals you could find that were small were designed for kids and thus would break very easily when an adult or a youth player that used proper form kicked the ball into them repeatedly.  But nowadays, there are special options available.  You can find smaller goals for adults that won’t break, and they are also relatively affordable.  They won’t be as cheap as the terrible ones you see at the store, but they still will be really awesome for what you are paying.

 

Portable Or Not 

 

This part also comes down to what purpose you’ll be using your goal or rebounder for.  If you find that you are not going to be moving around very much, then you won’t mind something that is heavier and less portable.  For instance, if you know you’ll be living at the same house for years, then you will be much more incline to put up a permanent goal than you would otherwise.  If you want something that is easy to take with you anywhere you go, whether it be the beach or the local park, then obviously you will need something portable.

Portable things have to be pretty light and they have to fold up and fit into tight spaces so that you can store them.  So be on the lookout for items that are like that.  We’ll make sure to point out whether an item is good on the go or not in our reviews so that you can get a better understanding of the overall situation!

 

Let’s Talk Uses for Rebounders

 

Here is the section where we will go in-depth about rebounders.  A lot of people will be confused about what they are used for, so we are going to ‘coach’ you up here in an effort to dispel some of the rumors that you might have.  First and foremost, a rebounder is not just a goal that bounces the ball back to you.  Actually, if you think about it, that’s a little bit silly and possibly dangerous.  If you had a goal, and you kicked the ball super hard at it, it could hit you… or fly into the road, bushes, mom’s flowers, etc.

None of those are exactly the best of options.  If you’re playing against your brother, it might hit him in the back of the head since his reactions are so slow in goal!  So, a rebounder isn’t just a goal.  You might, might, be able to use one as such as stated before, but it’s unlikely.  Instead, there are a number of benefits to having a rebounder.  It’s like a wall that will not destroy your ball, and that’s something that is just about invaluable in the world of soccer.  No one wants their stuff messed up, and a rebounder can save a lot of money in the long run for sure.

 

So, here’s some of the things it can help teach you or your youth star.

 

– Their first touch.  This is the term we use in soccer to describe when the ball gets to them in a game. The best players in any game will be able to bring the ball under control right away, making them stand out.  Even if you are slower than everyone else, this skill can ensure that they never take the ball off of you.

 

– Volleys.  We mentioned this before, but this is a huge skill that a lot of people never master simply because it is time consuming.  It’s not hard to learn, it’s just repetitive and tough to do when you have to chase the ball.  With a rebounder, you can learn volleying, which is returning the ball from where it came from or elsewhere without letting it hit the ground.

 

– Making that weaker foot better.  This is the one that parents and coaches should be most thrilled about.  Your kids might not be the happiest at first, but once they start practicing with that off foot, they will become so much better.  Just having the option to kick with either foot will make them nearly unstoppable in a youth game.

 

– Heading.  This is another skill that is often overlooked in the youth game because people are just scared of it.  But with the proper form and practice, it’s a valuable weapon that is well worth working on.  Be aware that there are changes being made to the game in the U.S. currently regarding heading at the youth level, so make sure and stick to those guidelines.

 

– Goalkeeping.  It’s hard to practice as a goalkeeper, I’ve been there.  I even had a full size goal, but that doesn’t do much good when you have no one to kick the ball to you.  A rebounder is an awesome solution to that because you’ll always have a willing partner.  You can practice not only catching but also diving and work on your movements to improve your game.

 

These are just a few skills you can work on.  Others include shooting, throw-ins (both power and accuracy), agility, their reaction time, and also their conditioning if done correctly.  You could incorporate all kinds of aerobic exercises in with it for a really awesome workout!

Teaching and learning the game of soccer doesn’t have to be nearly as hard as it may look.  You have to keep your players engaged and having fun, and by including rebounders in you are able to do that while giving them extremely important skills that they will never be let down by once they have them done and dusted.  So, is a rebounder right for you?

 

Rebounders and Angles

 

This is another element that can’t be looked over.  The angle at which your rebounder is set is going to have a very big say in how well you can use it.  Some rebounders are going to be made so that you can adjust the angle.  This type of rebounder is advanced and will cost more than a simple fixed rebounder, but it will offer you so much versatility that it will never fail to keep you happy.  That is not to say, though, that a rebounder with a fixed angle is a bad one.  If you find the right one, preferably one that is leaning back slightly toward the sky, then you’ll still end up getting a whole ton of use of it and can improve a ton while using it.

 

Breaking Down the Size

 

Figuring out what size you want and need is a big factor in this purchase decision.  Some players will be oohing and aahing over having a full size goal, but that’s not always what is required.  Even if you are a great player at a high school team, you might not even need a full size goal in order to improve.  In fact, the better you are, the smaller the goal can and should be for you to get great practice.  But don’t go too far.  Those baby goals are fun to play from time to time, but if that’s all you work with you’re going to have issues hitting bigger ones and you’ll be chasing a lot of balls, too.  Size is relative to how old you are and just who you are playing with.

A regulation soccer goal is eight feet tall and 24 feet wide.  That is massive.  The only time that looks small is when you watch on TV when those giant goalkeepers stick their hands up.  Even then, you realize just how much room there is, even with them standing there!  Another popular size used is the 6 by 18.  It’s close to full size, but not quite and it’s a little more fair to the ‘keepers that way.  Outside of those, you get other sizes, too.  Whether you are an adult or a youth player, you might be best served for something smaller.

If you’re playing 5v5 on a small field, or indoor court, you’ll want something smaller.  This is because shots will be fired in from much shorter range and you’re unlikely to have a goalkeeper good enough to keep out a ton that way because it’s just so close.  That’s a situation, no matter your age, where you don’t need something massive.  So, just keep that in mind when you get to making up your mind.

 

You Get What You Pay For

 

We all know this statement and rule of thumb for buying things.  Generally, you are going to get what you pay for in life.  It’s just the way things are.  If you want something good that will hold up, then you have to pay a little bit extra for it.  There is actually a great deal of equipment in both sports in general and in soccer where this does not always hold up.  But with soccer goals and rebounders, it really, really does make a huge difference.  There is nothing wrong with going to a big box store and buying a goal, but there are some serious problems with them.  They just do not last very long, sometimes they are a major pain to put together, and they just aren’t a good fit.

They are great in a pinch, when you have to get something quickly because they are cheap, but they do have the durability that you will want.  They will fall over easily, the net will come apart, or they will just break when the ball is either kicked too hard into them or too often.  So, be careful.  If there is something that is super cheap, always make sure to narrow your eyes to it a little.  It might sound strange, but as far as soccer rebounders and goals are concerned, the ones that should scare you away the most are the ones that are cheap and strive to look like an actual goal.

The ones that look flimsy, believe it or not, and don’t look like a regulation goal are going to almost always end up being better and lasting longer.  Things like the Pugg goals or stuff from SKLZ, for example, are going to be better than Company X from the store.  It’s just the way it is.  So, if you don’t pick one of the items on our review, then you will at least have this look at and think over!

 

Storage

 

Figuring out what you are going to do with a soccer goal or rebounder when you are not using it is half of the battle.  Durability is what we all want from our investments, and a big chunk of getting the utmost from any product is the treatment you give it.  Obviously, you can’t allow ‘kick easy’ to protect it.  That’s defeating the point.  You want to learn how to play well, so you can’t hold back.  But you can protect your goal by storing it properly.  One of the main issues that you will see is the weight.  If the goal or rebounder is too heavy to carry, it’s going to end up outside.  Even the best of goals, when left in the elements, will eventually develop problems somewhere.

It can be the material it is made out of that deteriorates, or it can be the net.  We will discuss the net issue in another section, because it is a very big deal.  But as for the goal, you just want to make sure that you have a plan for storage.  It does you no good at all to have a portable goal and nowhere to store it.  If you suffer from a lack of space, then you’ll need to find something that is a little bit more permanent.  Obviously, if a goal is cheaper, you probably won’t care as much about where you store it.

Another piece of this puzzle is how it comes to you.  Some goals will come in a box, some will come in a bag that is easy to use.  If the latter is true, it’s great.  A box isn’t the worst, but it can be annoying.  Goals or rebounders that fold are also very nice to have, since they don’t take up a lot of room and make it easier to be toted from one place to the next without having to remember any additional items to go along with it.

 

Nets

 

Here is something everyone should know.  Nets do NOT always come with goals.  And yes, nets are both expensive (a lot of the time) and very tough to get a hold of.  Know this and adjust accordingly.  If you have aspirations for a full size goal, you are going to need a full size net.  A full size net is not 8X24.  It’s much bigger in fact.  That means it can be quite expensive to get your hands on one.  A lot of times we all underestimate the cost of a net, no matter what the size of the goal is.  Don’t be caught out by this.

You can find deals, but as we’ve talked about with price before, the cheaper ones will not last.  Colored nets don’t always keep their color, either, because they lose their “light fastness” over time.  “Light fastness” refers to their ability to keep their color under direct sun light.  This erosion of the color is natural, but it can be annoying to some people that just didn’t think about it.  Nets wear out over time, whether you are using them the right way or the wrong way.

They wear out quicker in the winter and in the rainy seasons, so if you can you should take them off and bring them inside when not in use for extended periods of time.  It’s a little difficult to ask someone to take them down after each use, but it can be more than worthwhile and you might get an extra season out of them if you do take them down out of the season.  Nets don’t seem to be a big deal, but they really are.  When you start getting holes in them, whether it’s just a couple, several, or just massive gaping holes, you will be very frustrated and will wonder why you have the goal in the first place.

Nothing lasts forever, and you might even find that when your net does go that it’s cheaper to buy a whole new unit.  It’s just something to think about, and something else that you can’t skimp out on.  You’ve been warned!

 

Assembly

 

The last thing we will talk about before getting into our reviews is about assembly.  It goes without saying that some products are great for first time users, while others are not so good.  This goes for soccer goals, too.  It’s awesome to have a portable, lightweight goal, but if you can’t get it put together, then what’s the point?  This is a key feature that we are going to make sure to take a look at.  You might be prepared to do a little bit of work and spend some time putting one together.

However, you could be like me and not so patient or good working with your hands and want to skip over that.  If that’s you, you’ll want a goal or rebounder that is basically ‘plug and play.’  We’ll make sure to point out how easy (or hard) a goal is to set up.

 

Best Soccer Goals and Rebounders Reviews!

 

Pugg 6 Foot Portable Soccer Goal Set

If you are looking for maximum portability and ease, then Pugg is the way to go. For players that are going to be playing 1v1 or 2v2, there are few better options. These goals are very small, sure, but they force the player to have to make a good passing sort of shot into the net, making it quite tough to score goals even when they looking to have a lot of time and space on the pitch.

With these goals, they are very easy to set up and also are very durable.  You can use them on grass, sand, or turf, making them ideal for a bevy of different uses.  This is the original brand with this corner of the market, and as such, they have earned their place here.  The price might be a little bit high to some people, but you are really getting the utmost in quality from them.  A set includes two goals, a pegs, spare parts, and a carrying bag, making you life so much easier.  Don’t leave them outside, and you’ll be very happy with them!

 

Pros:

  • Great for small-sided games
  • Durable and easy to put up and take down
  • Folds and easy to carry around

 

Cons:

  • Not ideal for practicing shooting
  • Might be high for some considering that they look a little ‘flimsy’

 

Golme Pro Full Size Training Goal

Golme is known for a wide array of products in the game of soccer, and their portfolio is extended even further with this offering. This Pro is a full size goal to help you train on, but it does come with a catch. It’s very light and is easy to tote around, giving coaches a personalized feel and allowing players to player anywhere and everywhere.  The design is so easy that it takes just three minutes to set it up, limiting the time you need drastically.

They also offer you 30 days risk-free and a whole year warranty just in case something happens.  It’s incredibly small once folded down, so it’s easy to get to and from games and practices and is also easy to store.  It comes in two sizes, the full size and also a smaller youth size, too, if you are interested in it.  The price is higher than most you’ll see, but the reason is obvious due to how big it is and the ease of which it is to put it up.  It’s not the best to be left outside, and assembly can be tough without watching the video so keep those thoughts in mind!

 

Pros:

  • Great for teams and bigger players
  • Warranty and can be returned if not happy
  • Very easy to put up and stores very well

 

Cons:

  • Assembly is hard without video for some
  • Might be too big for some backyards

 

Trigon Sports Rebounding Training Net

If you are looking for something a little bit less than that, but you still want a normal look and feel to your soccer goal, then this rebounder might just do the trick. At six feet high by 12 feet wide, this rebounder is made to look like a goal and is going to be good to use for those that want a goal like experience. This rebounder is not like some of the rebounders you will see where the ball comes careening back to you. Instead, it’s just a catch rebounder.

It’s really basically just a ‘flat,’ if you will, soccer goal.  This is ideal to stop the ball from traveling a long distance but it also helps save you money because there isn’t as much netting to it.  The price is higher than what you’d see at the store, but it comes with a steel tube, net, and bungee cords to hold it all in place.  One thing to watch out for is the legs.  They stick out a little, so if you do play games near it, you’ll have to be careful about those and warn the participants about them.  Goalkeepers especially should be aware.

Another issue is that it will be much harder to store since you can’t take it apart like other options, so keep that in mind as well.

 

Pros:

  • Takes up decent amount of space
  • Stops the ball in its tracks
  • Very sturdy design and good in the elements

 

Cons:

  • Hard to move around
  • Legs stick out, forcing you to be careful running around it

 

PodiuMax Portable 2 in 1 Soccer Rebounder

This is a very interesting concept, and it’s one that has been a long time coming. With this rebounder, you get two nets with it. One is on the ground, making it ideal to practice your one-touch passes on the floor back and forth.  The other is much larger net that is slanted like a ‘C.’  What this does is allows you to get an awesome, truer bounce off of the net.  This allows you to be able to learn to chest and head the ball, and to cushion it with the feet.  Volleys are phenomenal with this net because it puts the correct spin on the ball you’re more likely to see in an actual game.

On top of all of that, it’s portable and light.  It can be put into a small bag and only weighs about 15 pounds.  It’s not the lightest on the market, but it’s nowhere near the heaviest, either. The versatility of it impeccable, allowing you to get more than one youngster on it at a time to train with the variable spins it puts on the ball.  One thing that is annoying is that the smaller net stays off the ground for some people, causing problems with the ball rolling underneath.  It’s also a pretty hefty price to pay for a rebounder for some as well.

 

Pros:

  • Very versatile and has two nets
  • Gives unpredictable spins to the ball, increasing reaction time
  • Very light and easy to pack up and go

 

Cons:

  • Smaller net has issues staying grounded
  • Can be expensive to some

 

PowerNet 12X6 Portable Bow Style Goal

If you are looking for either a smaller practice goal, or you are administering an adult league that is either indoors or on a small field outside, this is a great one to take a look at. A glance at it reveals that it’s rather flimsy looking but don’t be fooled. This design is meant to give a lot while remaining firmly in the ground.  It does its job extremely well, with the net holding up to the most ferocious of shots from the strongest of players.

Complete with ground stakes, bungee cords, and a bag to carry, it is super easy to use and set up.  The goal only takes about five minutes to set up and you will be ready to play football!  Featuring an easy to fold setup, it’s simple to transport and to store in your car or anywhere you’ve got just a little bit of extra space.  They are sold individually and aren’t the cheapest or the lightest, but there are others that are far more costly and heavier, too, so this shouldn’t be seen as too big of a downer.

It’s really awesome if you have a striker in need of training as it places a premium on accuracy and is good for the keepers as well.  It is a little bit thinner and lighter than other similar products, but it’s still got a lot of use for sure!

 

Pros:

  • Doesn’t budge against the hardest shots
  • Size perfect for training or for small-side games
  • Very easy to set up and put away

 

Cons:

  • Not as sturdy as comparable items
  • Just has one and can get pricey as such

 

SKLZ Quickster Soccer Rebound Trainer

SKLZ is well known for their products in a range of sports that are made to make training easier and simpler, and that is the case with their Quickster. Much like the PodiuMax earlier, this trainer has two nets with it. It’s got the small net so that you can work on your ground passes and then the larger net that allows you to work on volleys, chest control, heading, etc.

The main difference between this one and the PodiuMax is that it is not slanted upward like its competitor and won’t give you the unpredictable spins as such.  It’s very easy to put up and to take down, is light to carry and comes in a bag that makes it easy to do so.  It can be used on pavement in a pinch, but it might not be the greatest for people that kick too hard.  It does move around, though, so grass is the best bet for sure.  The sewing of the net also lacks a little, so keep an eye on that.

 

Pros:

  • Two nets gives more options
  • Great on the grass
  • Easy to put up and move around

 

Cons:

  • Net’s sewing lacks a little
  • Not slanted like other offerings, so less versatility

 

Goalrilla Striker Soccer Rebounder Goal

Goalrilla is another company that loves a good goal, and they bring a good one to the table here with this combination rebounder. It is listed as a rebounder, but it’s a goal. Coming with a net and a sturdy design on the sides, this goal isn’t going to go anywhere. Made from coated steel with a net from Nylon, it’s going to hold up well inside and outside.  The rebounder part of it might not make it the best for games, but it will help you out a lot if you are practicing receiving the ball as you can turn it around and use the other side, which is slanted upward slightly.

It’s not curved as much as others, but you can get a lot of uses out of this, so the versatility is definitely a big selling point.  One of the main issues with this goal is that it’s a little expensive to buy.  It’s also very heavy, too, so you are going to need to have help to move it around and get it to new spots on the field for use.  It’s really probably best for an indoor goal only, but you could use it outside if you choose to do so.  Just know it won’t last as long if left out in the harsh elements.

 

Pros:

  • Two choices- a goal and a rebounder
  • Very sturdy and can’t be moved
  • Excellent choice for indoor games

 

Cons:

  • Very heavy and hard to move
  • Pricey for just one goal

 

Franklin Sports Adjustable Soccer Rebounder

This is more of the sort of goal that you will find at the local store, but it’s still nonetheless one of the more popular goals on the market anyway. You can find them for quite a cheap price, so it makes it a viable option for many a people. Unlike the others on the list, this rebounder is quite small and won’t hold up quite as well.  But it does give you options.  If you want to shoot on it, you can lean it upright and have a go.

If you’re looking to practice your touches, it can be leaned backward into the reclining position and you can work on that.  It’s a goal that is not going to be collapsed unlike others we have seen, but it is easy to put together at least.  It’s not the best option for transporting, but it can be done by the skin of your teeth if you do it just right and get a little lucky.  Just realize that durability is the main issue.  You get what you pay for, so the net and the other parts just won’t hold up nearly as well as others.  But in a pinch, this could be just the perfect choice for you!

 

Pros:

  • Very budget friendly price
  • Can shoot and pass on it
  • Easy to assemble

 

Cons:

  • Not the best for moving around and folding
  • Durability is a real issue

 

Conclusion And Final Soccer Goals and Rebounders Recommendations

 

Finding a good soccer goal or rebounder that fits your needs can be tough to do.  First, you have to try and narrow down all of the choices that are out there, and man oh man, are there a bunch of them or what.  With so many choices for you online, it can be overwhelming.  But with figuring out what you want to use them for, you can go a long way to cutting down the number of possibilities.  You can then pick something within your budget that you think will hold up and fits your needs and get to playing straight away.  You, your family, friends, or opponents will be very happy that you have a quality goal to use for your match.  Look below for any further questions that you might have!

 

 

Frequently Asked Questions About Soccer Goals and Rebounders

 

What Is The Best Choice For Small-Sided Games?

 

Small-sided games are really awesome if you only have a few people to play with.  Better yet, you can even play 1 v 1 with certain goals.  One great idea for this is the Pugg goal.  They are super small and easy to carry because they are light.  They stay in the ground very well, too, considering what they are made out of.  They are great because they force you to work on your passing and your dribbling skills and then you have to basically pass the ball into the goal, which can be tough.  It’s a great way to help core skills while also getting some awesome conditioning and game time in, even when you have small groups of people.

 

What About A Semi-Serious Adult League?

 

A lot of adult leagues are out there, and one thing that all of them share is a concern over what kind of goal should be used.  A lot of places end up wracking their brains and spending a ton of money for things they do not need just because they are an official soccer goal or look like one.  However, in a recent league, I encountered a goal that looked very flimsy and gave way a ton, yet it remained firmly in place.  Those types of goals are fairly new, but they should be all the rage for you if you don’t need something that is full size.  No one will get hurt running into them, which is a huge advantage when you are running a league and don’t want to see anyone get injured.

 

Can’t I Just Use Cones?

 

You certainly can, and there is nothing altogether wrong with that.  However, no matter whether the ball goes in the goal or not, you are going to chasing after in wild desperation.  Whether it’s going to run down a hill, go into the road, or be traveling across someone else’s field that they are practicing on, it’s just plain out annoying.  There are a lot of great uses for cones, to be sure, but they do not make the best goals in all situations, especially if you are kicking the ball extremely hard and then having to get it back.

 

Will A Goal or Rebounder Make Me Better?

 

The goal or rebounder itself isn’t going to automatically make you better, no, but having it present and putting them to use is going to make you a lot better.  If you are taking a lot of shots, and you are having to chase balls down each time, you’ll be halving your practice time.  But with a goal, at least when you make a shot, you’re going to be able to collect the ball from there.  It’s still a little bit of work, but it beats the heck out of chasing the ball and getting it from across the neighbor’s fence constantly.  A rebounder can make you better by improving your skills on the ball.  You can work on dribbling, passing, and even goalkeeping drills, too.  They are both valuable tools that can be put to use, but you have to use them in order to reap the benefits of them.

 

What Sizes Do Youth Leagues Use?

 

While youth leagues can vary from one to the next, generally they will stick to similar formulas.  For U4 through U8, the goals should be between four feet wide and six feet high and 12 feet wide and six feet high.  For U9 to U12, the goals should be either 6X18 or can also be 7X21.  For anything older, the goals should be 8X24, assuming it is 11v11 and all rules are the regulation.  Mini soccer goals, though, don’t have to abide by these rules, so you are free to look at any of them that might fit what you need.  If you aren’t playing competitive games, you can use just about anything that suits your needs.

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