Sometimes it can be difficult to make it to the field for practice. Long days of work and class can drain your energy, and even the most dedicated athletes are not immune to this type of fatigue. Sometimes you just want to stay close to home while being able to hone your skills at the same time. Or maybe you have had such a great week of practice that you want to continue with the momentum and perform a few extra drills after you leave the stadium.
For these types of situations, Sport Stop has the solution. Our selection of backyard lacrosse goals provides you with the key equipment you need to hone your skills at your own home. For practice sessions with friends or for a private way to improve your technique, these units are very effective. Keep your skills sharp even when practice is over.
Many of our backyard lacrosse goals are portable, allowing for quick and easy storage after use. Accessories such as shot blockers and carrying bags provide the extra convenience you need for an enjoyable session with the team or individual play. High-quality brands such as Brine and STX are guaranteed to provide the longevity you desire for extended use.
The steel cages provide stability while the pre-strung net and durable net fastening systems make using the unit an easy experience. Though these backyard lacrosse goals are intended for personal and outdoor use as their name suggests, they can also be handy for coaches, athletic directors, and facility owners who want to provide athletes of this sport with an extra tool to improve their game.
While some units do not fold, they have push-button assembly capabilities and have a neat, professional appearance. Unlike other similar units, these do not prove to be eyesores and instead fit neatly on the grass behind your home. Though they are intended for beginner and intermediate users, they can withstand very hard shots and remain durable even after prolonged use.
Our backyard lacrosse goals are sturdy, easy to assemble, and convenient for extra practice in a comfortable environment. Players and coaches alike can benefit from this unique “subset” of a practice set up that can help improve techniques and hone skills.