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Samba vs forza goal posts?

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gd1976 Sat 04-Oct-14 20:18:58

Samba are bit more expensive. Is there any difference? Or are there any cheaper alternatives with out compromising the quality? Have got potentially many years ahead of use so want it to last....

Tuinrain Thu 23-Oct-14 18:52:35

Hello gd1976

I happened upon this post because I was googling to find out about the comparison also. There is very little information on the difference between Forza and Samba. I will be purchasing online and Amazon was looking like the best option. What was swaying me towards Samba was the delivery cost - £6.95 from seller for Samba and £13.38 from seller for Forza. However, if you go direct to seller websites Forza costs £7.95 delivery and Samba has free delivery (although the goal is £4 more expensive). This is based on 8 x 6 fun goal but I am certain there will be different charges for other available sizes. All very confusing.

The upshot is, they both get equally good reviews, so for me it is down to delivery costs at the moment.

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SaraPerrettNWS Thu 31-May-18 11:52:46

Hi gd1976,

PVC goals are extremely popular, particularly when it comes to using them at home. Whilst some youth coaches may use them when they’re training away from their ground, they are the perfect garden goal for mini Messi’s to master their technique. PVC goals are extremely lightweight, quick to assemble and take down, as well as being easy to move around. However, with this popularity and easy accessibility, comes an ever-growing selection on the market; from supermarket and toy store goals which come at a ‘bargain’ price, to specialist goals by Samba and FORZA.

When it comes to FORZA PVC Football Goals, the 68m extra thick, high impact UPVC is completely shatterproof, withstanding the toughest of shots from eager Edin Džeko’s. FORZA’s PVC goals are also 100% weatherproof, meaning they can be left outside all year round for 12 months of matches. A cutting-edge essential locking system can be found in all FORZA PVC football goals, keeping each component of the goal locked firmly in place throughout use and enhancing the goals’ overall stability, not to mention durability – a key feature supermarket and Samba counterparts fail to provide.

FORZA also stock a range of PVC Match Goals, which, whilst still suitable for home use are also perfect for eager mini weekend warriors competing in Saturday and Sunday league matches. FORZA match goals have all the benefits of the normal PVC goals and can be used for FA matches too, conforming to the BS EN Safety Standards and FA Match Regulations. The PVC Match Goals give the net a top depth, transforming the standard PVC goal into an official looking target that youth players will find the back of time and time again.

All the PVC goals in FORZA’s range offer incredible value for money, starting from just £35.99 for a 6 x 4 Football Goal Post and can be in UK customers’ gardens within 24 hours of purchasing with next-day delivery available on all FORZA football goals regardless of size and weight.

Hope this helps! smile

JaneThompson01 Tue 05-Jun-18 11:44:02

Thanks Sara, your post was really helpful!
After doing some of my own research I came across this blog post that has an interesting breakdown on each type of football goal and useful size info! www.networldsports.co.uk/blog/which-football-goal-is-right-for-me/

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