Can the soccer goal post be secured on the ground. Upon few kicks, the post dislocates itself from its position, currently secured with timber posts. Please refer to attached images.
You have the goal facing the opposite way than how it is intended to be used, which is likely adding to the tipping issue. This might be intentional, but the supporting legs are facing forward instead of backward and, in this configuration, aren't assisting with stopping the frame from toppling over. It might be a bit of a pain to flip it around now, as you've already threaded the net onto the poles. If the goalposts are receiving some serious action, I'd suggest driving those timber posts into the ground far enough, so they don't fall over. 300mm should be an adequate amount. You can also use a couple of Whites 12mm x 450mm Galvanised Tent Pegs on each bottom horizontal bracing section.
Please let me know if you have any questions.
I confer with @MitchellMc's diagnosis - that you have the posts/net backwards. Image below. One clue are the corners - you can see that should the soccer ball strike the corner, the angled post takes most of the shock.
The pegs Michell mentioned look like a very good idea.
And all the Best to you.
Oh my goodness. Without realizing the position of the goal post, installed it in the wrong way. Thanks @MitchellMc for highlight the pitfall in installation.
I will procure additional pegs as recommended.
Yes. You are right. I will get the goal post corrected.
Good to know about interest in soccer and favourite game and your childhood heros.
All these days the soccer post standstill, where the timber posts were grounded to around 150mm in depth. I could not hammer it down further and it is harder. The post fell down due to strong kicks.
Is there a tool to dig the depth to 300mm for fixing the post back in position.