How to build a soccer goal

DIY Small Soccer Goal – they order plans, they DIY stuff… they SCORE!!!

Soccer is truly for everyone. And so is this small soccer goal. Made from sturdy PVC, this goal is also extremely lightweight and very affordable to make. 

The build is straightforward and simple, and it makes for a fun DIY family project. 

So whether you’re serious about your training and practice needs, or if you’re just looking for a good time in the backyard – this DIY plan has you covered. 

Ideal for: soccer practice and training, backyards, families, exercise, and more. 

Ready to build your own? Great! Just check out the DIY build guide and diagrams below to get started. 


A note before starting. 

Please understand - the below diagrams are genuinely and carefully designed to help you navigate the build process. However, we don’t include specific recommendations for which tools, hardware, and products to use, and so on. These truly are “DIY” designs. 

We do, however, have a few generic recommendations for working with PVC. 

Ready to build yours?

DIY PVC Soccer Goal Kit Parts List

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1" Tube - 24" Length
PVC - Standard PVC
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1" Tube - 6" Length
PVC - Standard PVC
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1" Tube - 34.38" Length
PVC - Standard PVC
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1" Tube - 21.08" Length
PVC - Standard PVC
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1" Tube - 24.01" Length
PVC - Standard PVC
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1" 90° Elbow Slip PVC
PVC - Standard PVC
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1" Tee Female Slip PVC
PVC - Standard PVC

Step-by-Step Guide: Build Your Own Soccer Goal

How do you know which part is which from the parts list? Click on "Edit Design in 3D" button above and you'll be able to click on each part to see its name.

Step 1 

First up: the side frames. 

NOTE: we recommend building your side frames (x2) “loosely” and waiting until Step 3 to finish cementing and/or gluing them together. This will help resolve any misalignment problems when attaching them to the center part of your goal. 

On that note: use the diagram above to gather all the parts for this step. You’ll need two of each, as you’re actually in need of two full side frames. 

Once you have all your parts, go ahead and assemble them as pictured (x2). 

Then, feel free to set these aside until after the next finishing with Step 2.

Step 2

Now, it’s time to build the center of your goal. 

We recommend building the top and bottom of your goal first (including the tee joints on either side) and then connecting the top and bottom with your two 34.2” tubes. 

Also, you can feel free to cement/affix all these pieces together at this point if needed.

Step 3

Almost done!

Go ahead and attach your completed side frames to the center of the goal, as pictured. 

Once they’re attached, feel free to affix/cement the side frames if needed. This should be easier now that all the pieces are in their appropriate positions. 

And that’s it! It’s almost time to put it to use. Just remember to let everything dry/cure before throwing it out on the field (or in the rain). 


Finished Product in 3D!