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Here at Hopwood Hall College we are always on the lookout for new and innovative ways to get the students participating in sports and so the Goal League was a great addition to our enrichment programme.
The simplicity of the game makes it easy and accessible to any skill level and experience when it comes to football, and the feeling of scoring a volley is as satisfying as ever!
The equipment is easy to set up and once everything is in place looks very official to players and anyone looking in on a session.
Another great aspect of the Goal League is that games get filmed and uploaded to YouTube where players can go and check out their goals and have the ability to show their friends which is a great idea.
The customer service of the Goal League has been brilliant, they have been in constant contact with us to answer any queries we had and would recommend it to any organisation.
Ben Hirst, Sports Maker Hopwood Hall College
The football goals and equipment we have received from the goal league organisation are a very welcome addition to the college and we are excited to be able to introduce these sessions to our enrichment timetable for the forthcoming academic year. We envisage lots of use of the equipment from our students with this equipment being utilised by all of our students as well as our SEN learners for their sports sessions.
Rob Murphy, College Sports Maker
We are really pleased to receive The Goal League equipment and be able to offer a new and fun sport to our students. This will be an excellent addition to our enrichment programme and increase the range of activities we offer to our students. We cannot wait to get the ball rolling in September!
Neil Harrowing, Lecturer in Sports
We are very excited to receive The Goal League equipment, and be able to offer this new and exciting sport to our students.
This will be an excellent addition to our vocational and enrichment programme, and increase the wide range of activities we offer to our learners to meet their varied needs and interests, and support engagement with a wider audience.
Sami Hedhli, Assistant Principal
The goal league has been brought to the attention of many learners at Bolton College due to the unique inclusive qualities the sport provides.
Since we have added the Goal League to our enrichment schedule students of all ages, genders and athletic ability have come to participate on a regular basis, “so we think it is a great new sport to help take on the obesity crisis.”
The game has offered people who would not normally participate in a contact sport an opportunity to showcase their skills by recording goals they score with the excellent technology the goal league has provided which has led to those specific students to gain confidence both personally and academically. The equipment is fantastic “value” and also very durable.
Tutors have praised the quality of the kit and have even used the goals in delivering lessons.
The customer service we have received from the goal league has been second to none and we would highly recommend for any organisation to get involved with them.
Sam Santley, Sports Maker Bolton College
I was pleased when The Goal League identified The City of Liverpool College as one of the establishments to play The Goal league. I loved playing headers and Volleys as a child and was excited to see a modern version of it.
The Goal League is a great concept for the students at the college.
As the game will engage all students, both sporty and new sporty and we are always looking for new opportunities that are accessible for all students and break down barriers to sport and physical activity.
The Goal League’s communication with the college has been excellent. They came to the college after the equipment had been delivered, set it up and spent time with myself and other colleagues explaining the game and the concept of The Goal League, answered all our questions and we are very excited about delivering this new concept to our students during the new academic year and the commitment we have made to help The Goal League to shape this new concept into the best game it can be.
Suzanne Osborne, College Sports Maker
The Goal League is a new innovative and fun game that we have incorporated in to our enrichment programme. The Goal League is a non-contact game and as a result we have been able to attract students would not normally participate in regular football sessions, making it suitable to combat the obesity crisis.
It gives people of all ages, genders, and athletic abilities the chance to score a great goal, and share the memory online from the court cameras, encouraging the positive and responsible use of social media.
Much of the Goal League equipment is multi-purpose and extremely easy to set-up. For this reason, we have also been able to incorporate the equipment into a number of our curriculum areas such as BTEC Sport and our A-Level PE provision. We have been supported extremely well whilst integrating the Goal League at our college and would recommend its inclusion in other such organisations.
Scott Rogers, Football Development Manager
The Goal League is a captivating new fun game that all players of all athletic abilities can enjoy, making it a useful weapon with which to help tackle the obesity crisis.
It’s non-contact, easy to play and it’s all about scoring goals which is what players love the most about football.
The look and feel of the game when you are playing it is great. The goals look fantastic and even better when you score.
Not only that, you can then replay your goal and share it with your online community for all to see via the court cameras which in itself is a great idea.
You can also use the easy fold ways goals for other formats of football to make a real impression on your players. The premier league style box nets are what everyone wants to play with and having that small connection to their heroes is a great way to get people active, playing and trying to recreate some of the goals they see on the TV.
Luke Podmore, Sports Development Officer