Keep your Soccer Players SAFE with our goal anchoring system.

Turf Anchors do not change any of the playing field characteristics. They stay in place even when the goals are on or off the field. They become part of a synthetic or natural grass field. An integral padded cushion top allows play when goals are stowed for other uses. The included rugged steel wire cable may also be used with the padlock to secure the goals to fences or other immovables during maintenance periods or stored during off-season.

Turf Anchors has been extensively tested by Labosport, a certified testing laboratory which is recognized by FIFA and has achieved a GMAX impact rating of 125 with our integrated padded cushion top.

United States patent number 10,428,486
Canada patent pending 3,000,932.

Turf Anchors are designed for anchoring movable and stable goals for soccer and can be used to secure other items.

Two anchors are required per goal and are placed at the two rear interior corners.
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Model TA-2000 (specify for auger type piling or concrete footings)

• Made of steel, zinc coated for corrosion resistance
• Adjustable in height
• Height:: 2.75” (5.99cm) - height includes cushion pad
• Diameter: 3.5” (9.14cm)
• Weight: 4 pounds (1.84kg)

• Special anti-tamper locking screw
• Vinyl coated steel cable for anchor, 5’ (12,7cm)
• Approved cushion pad (125 GMAX)
• Auger type piling 24” (60.96cm) with a ¾” (1.91cm) shaft and 1" (2.54cm) hex head for D-I-Y install

Resistant strength as tested by a certified laboratory : 2,800 lbs.

Padlock is an optional extra.

Model TA-3000 (Adapter for commercial Auger Type helical industrial pilings from Technopieux available on request)

Made of steel

Included :

Model CA-3000

For all cement applications a special 4" bolt is supplied with washers

Ensure a Safe Environment

A simple installation of our Turf Anchor System locks and secures the soccer goals to prevent them from tipping over and is set at ground level.
Unsecured, unsupervised soccer goals can tip and fall onto players and result in severe injuries or even death.
Please view this News Video on YouTube for details >>>

Read a soccer safety announcement from a School Board in Canada : Click Here (PDF)

Read about a 2 year old killed by an unsecured soccer goal : Click Here

Read a soccer safety guidelines from U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission: Click Here (PDF)
(Note: Some info presented regarding various anchoring methods is outdated (1995) and may not be suitable per current requirements)