The final size of the DIY soccer goal is 5 x 4 x 3. -PVC Primer and Glue. – A 6 x 4 x 3 soccer net OR you can purchase some hex poultry netting at a home improvement store instead. 1. Cut your four 10-foot pieces of PVC into (2) 5-foot sections, (2) 4-foot sections, (2) 3-foot sections, and (6) 20-inch sections.
Attach the net Photo by Wendell T. Webber. Wrap the netting around the goal posts, leaving it a little loose so that it catches a soccer ball without tearing. Then feed zip ties through the netting and around the pipes, connecting the ties and pulling them tight. Do this every few inches until all the netting is attached.
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Tools you will need: * handsaw * PVC glue * drill w/ bit slightly larger than wire * pliers and/or wire cutters * roll of white duck tape * tape measure * Sharpie * Nylon cord (if you plan to make your own net) For each goal you want to make (we constructed two), you will need at least: * (x6) rounded PVC corners * (x4) T-style PVC connectors * 1 1/2" PVC pipe (amount depends on size, roughly 50' for 5'x8' design) * 14 gauge (approximate) galvanized steel wire Alternate 5' x 10' goal design ...
Make your own DIY soccer goal with some PVC pipe and joints and some netting. It’s an easy DIY project, and a great gift for a soccer-loving kid.
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Put the 5’ PVC sections into the tees at the back of the goal. Place the other two tees at the end of these pieces. Connect these tees to the elbows at the end of the 4’ sections with a 1’ PVC piece. Finish the top bar by connecting the tees at the top with your final 3’ section.
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Like any DIY project, Rachel started by doing the appropriate research and pulling together a basic sketch of the goal. She decided on what fittings she wanted to use, and how much pipe she would need in order to build two soccer goals. Building the Portable Soccer Goal. Assembling the soccer goal was pretty straight forward.