1. To be the best you can in football you need to practice, practice and practice more. To do this you will need a set of football goals in your garden. Mo Salah did not become the striking sensation that he is without hours of shooting practice on front of goal.We take a look at the best options for your garden and pick out our top 10 best football goals. Each set of goal posts offer something different in terms of usability and they are not just for kids either!
  2. The 10 best football goals of 2019.
  3. • Samba Locking Football Goals
    • Bazooka Goals
    • Progoal Portable Goal
    • Quickplay Kickster Goal
    • MH Garden Goal
    • Diamond Pop Up Goal
    • Samba Match Goal
    • Samba Aluminium Folding Goal
    • Opengoaaal
    • Jumpers for Goalposts!


    1. Samba Locking Football Goals
      Best overall goal
      Samba have been manufacturing football goals in the UK for over 20 years. They were the first to offer a truly portable football goal and continue to be the front-runner. Their goals are still made in the UK and are the most popular choice for Schools, Football Clubs and Garden users.
      As the name suggest the locking goal has the original Samba locking system incorporated which allows all of the parts to be locked together, ensuring that the goal stays together during play.
      There is a choice of 4 sizes in this range from 6 x 4 to 12 x 6ft. The high impact UPVC construction make these goal posts tough enough to withstand the hardest of shots but light enough to be portable. They have a one-year guarantee but should last you for years.
  1. Samba Best Football Goals
    1. Bazooka Goals
      Best goal for coaches
      The Bazooka Goals are the world’s first solid frame pop up goal. The innovative design incorporates a no-fuss, patented folding-function enabling the goal to be put up in seconds. There are no loose parts to worry about and the net becomes the carrying bag. A unique safety feature on the goal is the integrated spring-coil system which allows the crossbar to collapse when run into preventing young players from being injured.The Bazooka Goal is a favourite among football coaches and is used at Chelsea, Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester City, Everton, Reading, Ajax, Olympiacosas as well as the Barcelona Soccer Camps.

    Bazooka Goals

    1. PROGOAL
      Best Portable Goal
      The Progoal is a truly portable goal with a folding steel base making it more durable than other pop-up-goals. These goals can be set up in under a minute and taken down just as quickly giving you more time to practice your skills and shooting technique in your quest to become the next Ronaldo or Messi. The Progoals would be ideal for those who do not want a permanent set of goal posts in their garden.
      There are five goals in the range ranging from the 5 x 3ft goal aimed at garden use for younger kids to the 12 x 6ft goal that could be used for practise sessions. The goals can be used on grass or astro-turf surfaces.

    Progoal Pop Up Goals


    1. Quickplay Kickster Academy Goals
      Best goal for innovation
      The Kickster Goal range was launched over 10 years ago by two Product Design graduates from Sheffield Hallam University. Their product range has continued to grow ever since.
      The Kickster Academy is the standard level goal designed for use at home or on the training ground. The goals can be assembled in a couple of minutes and offer a great solution for those who do not want to turn their garden into a mini Wembley Stadium.

    Kickster Academy Garden Football Goals


    1. MH Garden Football Goal
      Best Top End Goal
      If you take your football seriously then the MH Garden Goals are the perfect goal for you.
      They are constructed from 80mm diameter powder-coated aluminium so your garden will look like a Premier League training facility.
      Unlike like cheaper goals that we came across in this category that use 60mm aluminium and two piece crossbars these goals have welded corners and a one-piece cross bar so they will take your hardest free kick and will certainly stand the test of time.
      These goals can be left on your mini training ground all year as all the posts and frame supports are all treated to be rust proof.
      They are supplied with match quality nets and steel ground anchors.

    MH Aluminium Football Goals

    1. Diamond Pop Up Goal
      Best Pop-Up-Goal
      Pop-Up-Goals have been around for years. The only challenging thing about them is how to fold them up. It’s easy when you know how! These Diamond Goals are available in two sizes, 4ft and 6ft. The goal sizes are measured across the base.
      They can be used anywhere and are great for a game down the beach or in the park. They are light and easy to transport in the bag supplied. The price shown in for a pair of goals so they offer good value for your money.
    2. Diamond Pop Up Goals
    1. Samba Match Goal
      Best for FA Mini Soccer Matches.
      The Samba Match Goals are the top of the range offering from Samba Sports. They are the most popular goal for Mini Soccer matches and School games. The Samba Match Goal range is available in a number of sizes from 5 x 4ft to 16 x 7ft. The most popular sizes being the 12 x 6 Match Goal which is used for Mini Soccer 7-a-side games and the 16 x 7 Match Goal which is used for 9-a-side games.
      There are a couple of main differences between the Samba Match Goals and their Locking Goals. Firstly, they run back deeper at the bottom making them sturdier and less likely to move around if you hit them with a powerful shot, secondly they have a roof to the goal making them look more like a proper goal and allowing you to blast the ball into the roof of the net!
      Although these football goals are used in Schools, Academies and Grass Root clubs they are equally at home in the gardens of future stars.
  2. Samba Match Goal Posts
    1. Samba Aluminium Folding Goal
      Best for easy set up
      The Samba Aluminium Folding Goals can be set up in just 10 seconds making them the fastest and easiest to set up. They simply unfold and lock into place. Taking them down is just as easy and once folded flat they can be stored away in your garden shed.
      The goals are made from 50mm aluminium tubing which makes them very strong so they will take shot after shot. They are 5ft wide x 3ft high so quite small in size but make the perfect target goal for small gardens. The hinge on this goal is also made from aluminium (Beware of cheaper imitations of this goal that use a plastic hinge).
      The net supplied with the goal is removable so can be replaced if needed.
      A tough little goal that will stand up to years of use.

    Samba Aluminium Goal Posts

    1. Opengoaaal
      Best for those who love their neighbours.
      The Opengoaaal was first presented on Dragons Den. The goal has since gone on to win the award at the ISPO Sports show for most outstanding product. These unique football goals feature a goal net surrounded by a backstop/rebounder net which prevents any wayward shots from going over your neighbour’s fence or into your flower bed. They are available in four sizes to fit every size garden.The net is supported by two steel poles which slot into your lawn. When not in use just slide the whole net away leaving your garden freed up for other activities.

    Opengoaaal Garden Football Goals


    1. Jumpers for goalposts
      For those of us with good memories.
      Not so long ago we used jumpers (or Puma/Adidas tracksuit tops) for goal posts. The only real goals that kids had access to were the rusty steel football goals on council pitches. These would be taken down during the summer holiday, presumably to stop kids from having fun (or it could have been to let the grass grow back in the goal mouth crater). Anyway, the jumpers made great goals although there were plenty of arguments around whether the ball had gone over the imaginary cross bar or not. Happy days!

    So which are the best football goals?

    It depends what you are looking for. The best football goals are ones which suit your needs best.

    The Samba Goals are obviously the most popular. It’s hard not to pass a garden or school without seeing the Blue and Red Samba logo on a goal. They were the first real portable goals available although beware there are now many cheap copies of these.

    The Progoals offer a truly portable goal which can be set up in seconds so these are ideal for those wishing to play a game further afield.

    The Opengoaaal is a unique concept especially if your garden is surrounded by other houses and you are fed up of retrieving you ball from your neighbour’s garden.

    For those with bigger budgets the MH Aluminium Goals will certainly transform your garden into a mini Camp Nou and maybe you into the next Lionel Messi?

    Whatever football goal you choose you will reap the benefits of being outside and the exercise that football offers, and who knows one day the fans might be chanting your name from the terraces!