Project Overview

Time to get outside and kick a ball around! In this video we show you how to create your very own soccer goal that’s great to use in the backyard this summer and more to come.

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Step by Step Instructions

1 Build the base
2 Add connectors
3 Add crossbar
4 Affix caps to top of uprights
5 Attach uprights
6 Attach uprights
  • Step 1. Build the base

    The first thing to do is connect your base using the 5 lengths of PVC pipe and 4 PVC bends.

  • Step 2. Add connectors

    Connect the two PVC junctions to the top of your two posts.

  • Step 3. Add crossbar

    Now you can add your crossbar by connecting another length of PVC pipe to the two junctions.

  • Step 4. Affix caps to top of uprights

    Before connecting your two uprights, place a cap on the top of both of them.

  • Step 5. Attach uprights

    Now you should be able to connect your last two uprights to the rest of the goals by pushing them into the two junctions.

  • Step 6. Attach uprights

    Now your goal posts are all set up you can get play started, game on!

Tools and Materials


  • 8 lengths of 1m x 40mm PVC pipe
  • 2 x 40mm push on caps
  • 4 x 40mm PVC bends
  • 2 x 40mm female PVC junctions
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