The football net accessories range from rubber mallets, fasclips, net carry bags and net pegs. You can also check out our range of football goals.
Many people tend to attach their nets to the posts using masking tape or metal fixtures, however this can cause various problems damaging the nets themselves during usage and the dismantling phase. Also, can you also imagine how irritating it would be having to continually re-attach the masking tape to the goal posts each time the keeper is unable to stop a Gerrard-esque shot? As a result, we supply clubs with a range of more stable alternatives such as fasclips, net ties and ground pegs.
If you usually attach nets to the posts using masking tape or metal fixtures, this can cause damage to the nets during use and while dismantling. Also, it is irritating to continually re-attach the masking tape to the goal posts each time the keeper is unable to stop a Gerrard-esque shot… So we can supply a range of more stable alternatives such as fasclips, net ties and ground pegs.
The use of fasclips and net ties are the quickest and simplest ways of setting up and taking down goal nets. Within minutes fasclips can be attached to the netting itself, or net ties can be used to attach the netting to the goal posts using a Velcro strap. Both methods offer stability and longevity with a reduced risk of damage to netting during dismantling, unlike other methods where can tear the nets. Also much safer than metal hooks which can cause all sorts of problems especially if they start to corrode or break. Ouch!
Net pegs stabilise the nets in a different way, holding the nets down into the ground stopping any ball from ‘slipping through the net’ so to speak. We have two types of pegs; metal and plastic. Which are better you ask? In reality both do as good a job, but are suited to different types of ground. Metal pegs are more efficient in frozen or dry ground, and plastic pegs are just as effective in ‘normal’ softer pitches and are seen to be the safer option by some.
Ventilated Net Carry Bags: When the season is over and it’s time to take down your nets. It’s been a long, wet season and you just want to get home. You throw the nets into two black bin liners and store them in the garage for the summer break. However, in August you open the bags and find them in no fit state to use. Discount Football Kits know just how common it is for nets to rot when not stored properly, and our cheap ventilated carry bags will transport and store damp/wet nets correctly.