Product Spotlight: Harrod UK’s Self Weighted Hockey Goal

Harrod UK are probably best known in this country for their extensive range of football goals and nets. However last year, Harrod UK’s blue hockey goals were also seen around the world by hundreds of millions of people when they took centre stage at the London 2012 Olympic Games.

Harrod UK's blue integrally weighted hockey goal, as used at the London 2012 Olympic Games

Harrod UK’s blue integrally weighted hockey goal, as used at the London 2012 Olympic Games

Today, we’ll take a closer look at that Olympic standard goal and find out why it’s considered the best in its class, suitable for use in the highest competitive levels of hockey and why it’s become the UK’s best selling hockey goal.
 

Harrod UK Intergral Weighted Hockey Goal

 
Taking inspiration from their highly successful range of integrally weighted football goals, Harrod were the first company in the UK to incorporate a self weighted design into their hockey goals. Since then, integrally weighted goals across both sports have become enormously popular.

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Harrod UK’s Team Shelter range updated for 2013

We’re excited to announce the arrival of Harrod UK’s updated 2013 range of Team Shelters.

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sportsequip.co.uk supply Hockey Goals for Euro Tournament

England v's Poland match

England v's Poland match

sportsequip.co.uk have supplied new Hockey Goals and Nets for the Eurohockey Indoor Nations Trophy 2010. The indoor hockey goalposts and hockey nets were purchased by the Polish Hockey Association and used in the competition held in Poznan on 15th – 17th January 2010.

Further details on the sportsequip.co.uk range of indoor and outdoor hockey goals and hockey nets, hockey players shelters, corner poles and flags, artificial pitch equipment, boot wipers, line markers and line marking paints can be found in the Hockey Equipment section of www.sportsequip.co.uk http://www.sportsequip.co.uk/acatalog/Hockey_Equipment.htm

The Polish Hockey Association site’s review of the tournament can be viewed on  http://hme.pzht.pl/index.php?lang=en

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