Train from both sides of the goals with flat coerver nets. It’s 2 for 1 training!

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Soccer Innovations Premier Flat Faced Goal

Alex’s personal opinion

Soccer Innovation’s goal allows soccer players to train on both sides of the goal simultaneously thanks to the Premier Flat-Faced Goal.

The flat coerver goal features a 1 and 3/4″ round aluminium frame. Flat coerver goal bases can be easily swapped between natural grass base or artificial grass base with a release button.

Grass and turf bases are available for purchase separately. The 6×18 bases are interchangeable between 8×24 and 6×18 goals.


Soccer Innovation J-Goal

Jorge’s personal opinion

The J-Goal portable goal is adapted for training to different kids depending on their age. It’s perfect for youth training, seniors, and even as a backyard goal.

Soccer Innovations has designed this flat coerver goal to be portable and weather resistant. It is designed to train on both sides of the flat goal.

The J-Goal comes in 2 different sizes offering multifunctionality as it can be transformed into a football-tennis net. The assembly is done in less than 5 minutes.


PEVO Sports Coerver Flat Faced Training Goal

Alex’s personal opinion

When looking for a flat coerver training goal, there is no better goal than the Pevo Flat Surface Training Goal.

The flat coerver training goal is constructed of a lightweight 2″ aluminium tube with durable high-strength aluminum castings.

It features a 3″ wide x 3/8″ thick x 3″ thick base, with spikes for natural grass or without for artificial turf, the net is fastened around the frame.


AGORA Flat Training Goal

Jorge’s personal opinion

This flat coerver goal from the Agora brand is ideal for training sessions.

Goal frame made of 1 and 3/4″ aerospace-grade aluminium tubing with a white polymer powder paint finish.

Comes with a FREE rolling bag, plus a 5-year warranty.


PEVO Sports Coerver Flat Faced

Alex’s personal opinion

PEVO Sports is proud to offer a coerver training flat goal for kids, designed for children under 10 and 9 years old, due to the smaller measurements.

The coerver flat goal is constructed of a 2″ aluminium tube with durable, high-strength aluminium castings.

It can be used on both natural and artificial grass and also on firm ground if the heavy anchor is used.


AGORA Flat Training Goal

Jorge’s personal opinion

Agora brand round goal, made of aluminium, is ideal for training in lower competitions.

This portable flat coerver goal is easy to carry around thanks to the wheel bag and it has a simple set up and installation.

It also comes with a white net and 12 stakes for a secure fixing. It offers a 5-year warranty.


What is a flat coerver goal?

A flat coerver goal is a double-sided football goal, with a single frame and a single net.

Coerver goals allow the whole team to train at the same time by performing multiple exercises simultaneously, like training two goalkeepers at the same time.

They are designed for advanced team and player exercises. Flat Coerver goals are excellent for football clubs and schools.

What is the best flat coerver soccer goal on the market?

The best flat coerver goal on the market is the Soccer Innovations Premier Flat Faced Goal.

We can train and do different exercises at the same time on both sides of the goal thanks to the Soccer Innovations brand.

You can choose between a couple of sizes and also two different ground surfaces, such as natural grass or artificial turf.

The flat coerver goal has a 1 and 3/4″ round aluminium frame, heavy enough for the most powerful shots as the metal soccer nets.

How to fold flat coerver goals

First of all, we recommend reading the manufacturer’s instructions to assemble, disassemble and store the coerver goals.

These goals are easy to assemble as there is only one frame, normally made of aluminium, a net and the supports depending on the ground surface.

Like plastic football goals, putting the flat coerver goals away is not always as easy as stated in the manufacturer’s instructions. Therefore, before folding the goal at the end of the game or training, it would be advisable to read the instructions at least a couple of times.

Each goal features the manufacturer’s design and therefore has unique assembly and disassembly instructions.Β 

A flat coerver net ready to be fold and store


What sizes of flat coerver goals do you have?

Among the six goals chosen according to our criteria, there are four different sizes.

The largest one is 8 x 24 feet. This flat coerver goal is just as big as a professional heavy-duty football goal.

Then we have the smallest possible size we can find for a 6 x 12 foot flat coerver goal. According to the size, it is similar to garden football goals.

And finally, we have two very similar sizes that are 6 x 18 and 6.5 x 18 feet, these goals are used especially for training boys and girls under 10 years of age. You can also find this size in the portable football goals.

Can you replace the net in a flat coerver goal

YES, it is also very easy because all flat coerver goals have a single frame with no unusual measurements, so changing the goal net is even easier than with the pop-up goals or beach soccer goals.

And to make it more comfortable, you can rest the coerver goal flat on the ground and change it carefully.

The KWIK brand gives you the opportunity to acquire a quality net.

The net of a flat coerver goal

Should I buy 1 or a 2 pack of flat coerver goals?

I would buy 1 single flat coerver goal to start with and use it as another accessory to train. One goal is more than enough for light practising and playing for fun.

Now, if you have already used this type of goal and like its functionality, you could buy as many as you need because the cost is very reasonable.

a red soccer cleat

Can you use flat coerver goals from both sides at the same time?

Of course, you can use the flat coerver goals on both sides at the same time. The opposite of a futsal goal that can only be used on one side

In fact, this type of goal was designed and manufactured to give us that multifunctionality.

Many exercises are simplified when using these flat coerver goals since different exercises can be done in tight spaces.

What terrain is best to play with a flat coerver goal?

We can see in the specifications of the flat coerver goals that they can be used on all types of terrain.

This is because these goals need a base to support the frame and the bases can be used on natural grass, artificial turf or firm ground.

So, in addition to having a different goal, you will be able to use it whenever and wherever you want.

a football soccer goal in natural grass

Best football exercises to do with a flat coerver goal

As this type of goal can be used on both sides, it allows to practice endless exercises.

Shots on goal: Place a cone about 15 meters away. The goalkeeper must throw the ball to you with his hand so that he can also practice, control and shoot. With a basic but dynamic exercise, you will have a lot of fun.

At the same time, on the other side, you can play a 5 vs 5 possession on a 40 square meter square. As soon as a team makes 10 passes, they will have to shoot as quickly as possible.

Different exercises for goalkeepers. By having two sides of the goal, different exercises and circuits can be done by the goalkeepers, who are constantly improving since there is no delay time between exercises.

A football soccer player with a ball while resting after training

Best brands of flat coerver goals

For us, the best brand of flat coerver goals is Soccer Innovations.

Both goals they have on the market satisfy the needs of the consumers, on the one handΒ  for being heavier and more professional like the Premier Flat Faced Goal and on the other for being super light, easy to carryΒ  and be installed anywhere in a matter of a few minutes, as the J-Goal.

Both flat coerver goals are manufactured to high standards with top quality materials and have good ratings, which gives you a plus when purchasing these excellent products.

Do flat coerver goals stay on when you shoot?

Yes, but you have to use the right base for the terrain where you are playing. Unlike the Inflatable soccer goals, you should be careful with the wind since they can be blown away on days with very strong gusts.

Flat coerver goals are a different type of goal but there is no problem with their stability.

A flat coerver goal in a soccer game

Types of flat coerver goals

We consider that there are 3 types of goals and all of them are used for training, rarely for playing games.

The largest is the one that has the same dimensions as a professional stadium goal, measuring 8 x 24 feet.

The small flat coerver goal, 6 x 12 feet, can be used in the backyard of your house, the garden or anywhere else you like because it is very easy to carry.

And the last type is the goal for players under 10 years old. There are two very similar sizes which are 6 x 18 and 6.5 x 18 feet but both work very well for under 10 teams.

The sizes of the flat coerver goals are similar, as it happenes with children and baby goals.Β 

A football ball go inside of a flat coerver goal

The best flat coerver goal on the market is the Soccer Innovations Premier Flat Faced Goal because you can train on both sides of the goal.

YES, They shouldn’t fall off if we follow the manufacturer’s instructions. When playing on different types of terrain, flat coerver goals must be supported with the right bases.

I will buy one flat coerver goal because it is a goal used as an accessory in your practices.


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