iGoal is an inflatable soccer goal that is focused upon the safety of youth soccer players. It is light-weight, durable, portable, quick to use – inflating in seconds – and suitable for recreational or match play. The May 12 demonstration featured three iGoal models – the 6x4 Mini, 8x5 Home and 12x6 Junior.
At the tournament, Bishop Foley High School used Home models in the tournament warm-up area available to all teams; allowing more than 200 players to experience iGoal in action. In the exhibit area, ongoing demonstrations were held to highlight iGoal easy inflation and deflation, and overall ease of use. A drawing was held for an iGoal Mini model.
The winner of the iGoal Mini was Nicolle Malson, of Grand Rapids, Mich.
Two iGoal Trials are underway related to the event, with Bishop Foley High School and Regina High School using iGoal Home models throughout spring practices.
In August 2011, iGoal made its debut in the U.S., with a tour throughout California that included stops at the MLS Cup Champion LA Galaxy and demonstrations for the American Youth Soccer Organization (AYSO). Additional metro Detroit events took place throughout the winter months at indoor tournaments in November, December, January and February.
For information and details about iGoal models, contact Gavin Whelan, ASI Business Development Manager at: gavin.whelan@
About Air Structures International
Air Structures International (ASI), founded in 2005 and with its corporate headquarters in the United Kingdom, is the manufacturer of iGoal® soccer goals, featuring the unique Rigid Air Technology™ construction. iGoal inflatable soccer goals are available in eight sizes, from a mini 6’x4’ ideal for backyard use, to a full-size 24’x8’ adult match goal. All iGoal models are self-contained, easy to carry and durable; with a focus upon safety and ease of use. For more information about ASI and iGoal soccer goals, visit: http://www.airstructuresinternational.com/
Product Information and Sales: Gavin Whelan, ASI Business Development Manager
Media: Daniel Saad, Communications Mgr.