Football at home

Football at homeThese three words might fill you with fear at the idea of your little terrors smashing and breaking everything in their paths. But with the right equipment, playing football at home is a great way of having some family fun and keeping your children occupied.      

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Football at homeThese three words might fill you with fear at the idea of your little terrors smashing and breaking everything in their paths. But with the right equipment, playing football at home is a great way of having some family fun and keeping your children occupied.

Goal posts for playing in the garden

There's a lot you can do with a set of goal posts (pop-up or inflatable) in your garden, like games of 1v1 or 2v2 (with the aid of a pitch marker, for example), shooting on goal with or without a keeper, crossbar challenge and target shooting.There are so many things you can do to have a fun time. And with the good weather just around the corner, you'll get even more enjoyment out of playing the game in the comfort of your own garden. 

 

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Football-at-home

Close-up on accuracy-based football games

I recommend you try some accuracy-based games using a target, but using a ball instead of arrows. It's a great way of working on the precision of your shooting and having fun too.Work out how many points you're going to award for each zone and then get playing. Once you start you won't know when to stop. You'll just want to have "one last go" or give it "one more try". 

 

A goal and a ball made for your garden

Think about the space available to you when choosing your goal posts and ball. Balls come in S, M and L sizes. Select a goal that will leave you with enough space to play and shoot in. You have pop-up and inflatable goals to choose from.As for the ball, go for one that's lighter than a regulation match ball. A foam ball is perfect, for example, if you have very young children.

 

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