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Goalpost safety

Published: Tuesday 18 January 2011, 11.22CET
The UEFA Training Ground's safety guide.

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Published: Tuesday 18 January 2011, 11.22CET

Goalpost safety

The UEFA Training Ground's safety guide.

Like balls and boots, goalposts are a fundamental part of the game of football. The safety of them is often a matter that is taken for granted in the many thousands of matches that take place every week throughout Europe. The UEFA Training Ground investigates this important issue, speaking to goalpost experts and the English Football Association to discover what the dangers are, how best to avoid them and what steps have been put into place to ensure the risks are reduced.

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