Soccer Goal Safety

Unanchored soccer goals have become a real safety hazard. Children–even adults–pull themselves up on the front crossbar, attempting to climb the goal, do chin-ups, etc., but the weight is offset by the person, and the goal tips over, often striking the individual, sometimes causing serious injuries, even death. And every one of these accidents was preventable. The Warning Signs Since April 10, 1992, there have been numerous notices from the Consumer Products Safety Commission (CPSC) to anchor soccer goals. In …


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