Street Hockey Goal - Lacrosse, Soccer, Multi-sport Goal

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Make your own street hockey, lacrosse or soccer goal!  Heavier than PVC so won't blow away in the wind, but inexpensive and easy to make! Free plans by

Here's a great gift idea that will get the kids moving and outside!

Build them a lacrosse, street hockey or soccer goal!!!

You can use this goal indoors or out, you can even stain it up and make it "farmhousey" and feature it in your rec room or basement.  It's much less expensive than buying a real goal, and more substantial than a plastic one - so won't get blown away in the wind or knocked over by a hard shot.

This street hockey goal was built by Jaime Costiglio for Handbuilt Holiday

If you are new here, Handbuilt Holiday is a series that Jaime Costiglio and I have put on for five years in a row where we share new, free gift plans every Friday in the weeks leading up to Christmas.  There are hundreds of amazing plans that you can grab for free right here.

Please head on over to for the build post - with lots more pictures and details on the accessories and net.

Then grab the free plans below and build!

Enjoy! Ana







Dimensions shown above - sized for street hockey or cross ice hockey games


Shopping List


1 - 1x4 @ 8 feet long

3 - 2x2 @ 8 feet long

1 - 1/4" and 2-1/2" pocket hole screws

Recommed Kreg Jig 


OUTDOOR VERSION  - Use outdoor appropriate materials

4 - 2x4 @ 8 feet or stud length

2-3/4" self tapping exterior screws

Does not need Kreg Jig



Cut List

Can be made as shown with 1x4 and 2x2 or can be made with all 2x4s for exterior use (heavier and more durable).  If for exterior use use treated or cedar or other outdoor appropriate materials.

1 - 1x4 @ 52-1/2" OR 2x4 @ 54"

2 - 1x4 or 2x4 @ 18"

2 - 2x2 or 2x4 @ 36"

1 - 2x2 or 2x4 @ 51" 

2 - 2x2 or 2x4 @ approx 48" - cross piece, will be cut shorter


Tape Measure
Speed Square
Safety Glasses
Hearing Protection
Circular Saw


Step 1

Build the base frame as shown. 


If using 1x4s, use 3/4" pocket holes and 1-1/4" pocket hole screws. 


For the outdoor version (2x4s), use 2-3/4" screws.

Step 2

INDOOR VERSION: Attach 2x2s together at top with 1-1/2" pocket holes and 2-1/2" pocket hole screws.  Then attach 2x2 frame to 1x4 frame with 1-1/4" pocket hole screws, screwed through the 1x4s into the 2x2s from outside - 2 screws per joint.


OUTDOOR VERSION: Build the upper frame exactly as you did the lower frame in step 1 (but legs will be longer) using the 2-3/4" self tapping screws.  Then attach to the lower frame at the bottom corner.

Step 3

BOTH VERSIONS: Position cross piece where it will be installed and mark the angles.  Cut the angles with a circular saw or jigsaw.  

Step 4

BOTH VERSIONS: Attach in place with glue and wood screws. You can use pocket hole screws for indoor version, self tapping screws for outdoor version.


Step 5