Sports Goals | Sports Targets

In sports, goals are the physical objects that serve as the sought after destinations needed for achieving points in a game or event. Goals are used to calculate game scores by separating a winning and losing team and awarding players and athletes points in individual sports or team sports. The results of goal statistics can be used by an athlete to gauge their own athletic performance and calculate the percentage of success versus attempts to get a ball into a goal in ball sports. Sharing terminology with a person's aims and ambitions, goals in sports can also be symbolic or ephemeral as sports goals can be determined in every competitive game, including those of video games and virtual reality.

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71” | 180.3 cm
48” | 122 cm
60.5” | 153.7 cm
80-95 lb | 36.3-43.1 kg
Archery Target Stand
180.300
122.000
153.700
43.100
1000
https://p3d.in/e/oewv0
3D
Archery Target Stand3D model of a Archery Target Stand viewed in perspective3D model of a Archery Target Stand viewed in perspective
4.625” | 117 mm
3.625” | 92 mm (Diameter)
Beer Pong Cups
11.700
9.200
250
https://p3d.in/e/xPAL0
3D
Beer Pong Cups3D model of a Beer Pong 16oz Cup viewed in perspective3D model of a Beer Pong 16oz Cup viewed in perspective
Beer Pong Racks
200
https://p3d.in/e/o5FXK
3D
Beer Pong RacksView of a typical 10 cup Beer Pong Rack in 3D available for downloadView of a typical 10 cup Beer Pong Rack in 3D available for download
17.75” | 451 mm (Diameter)
1.5” | 38.1 mm (Typical)
10-12 lb | 4.54-5.44 kg
Dartboard
45.100
3.810
5.440
12000
https://p3d.in/e/05IpA
3D
Dartboard3D model of a Dartboard viewed in perspective3D model of a Dartboard viewed in perspective
31.5” | 80 cm (Diameter)
8”-10” | 20.3-25.4 cm (Block)
FITA Compound Target
80.000
25.400
10
https://p3d.in/e/bZfCn
3D
FITA Compound TargetView of a FITA Compound Target in 3D available for downloadView of a FITA Compound Target in 3D available for download
48” | 122 cm (Diameter)
10”-15” | 25.4-38.1 cm (Block)
18 lb | 8.2 kg (Typical)
FITA Recurve Target - Olympic
122.000
38.100
8.200
55
https://p3d.in/e/kxAmw
3D
FITA Recurve Target - OlympicPerspective view of a 3D model of a FITA Recurve Target (Olympic Target)Perspective view of a 3D model of a FITA Recurve Target (Olympic Target)
7’ | 2.14 m (Inside)
12’ | 3.66 m (Inside)
47.24” | 1.2 m (Minimum)
200 lb | 90 kg (Typical)
Field Hockey Goal
214.000
366.000
120.000
90.000
350
https://p3d.in/e/2HHZF
3D
Field Hockey GoalView of a Field Hockey Goal in 3D available for downloadView of a Field Hockey Goal in 3D available for download
30’ | 9.14 m (Overall)
18.5’ | 5.64 m (Inside)
6.5’ | 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - College
914.000
564.000
198.000
10
https://p3d.in/e/2FLpW
3D
Football Field Goal Post - College3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (College) viewed in perspective3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (College) viewed in perspective
22’-25’ | 6.7-7.62 m (Overall)
23’4” | 7.11 m (Inside)
1.5’, 6.5’ | .46, 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - High School
762.000
711.000
198.000
5
https://p3d.in/e/LTGXD
3D
Football Field Goal Post - High SchoolPerspective view of a 3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (High School)Perspective view of a 3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (High School)
35’ | 10.67 m (Overall)
18.5’ | 5.64 m (Inside)
6.5’ | 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - Pro
1067.000
564.000
198.000
600
https://p3d.in/e/vTX0Y
3D
Football Field Goal Post - ProView of a American Football Field Goal Post (Professional/NFL) in 3D available for downloadView of a American Football Field Goal Post (Professional/NFL) in 3D available for download
8’ | 2.44 m (Inner Crossbar)
24’ | 7.32 m (Inner Posts)
Football | Soccer Goal
244.000
732.000
15000
3D
Football | Soccer Goal
4.25” | 108 mm (Diameter)
4”-6” | 101.6-152.4 mm
4 lb | 1.81 kg (Flagstick)
Golf Hole
10.800
15.240
1.810
2500
https://p3d.in/e/M3jZz
3D
Golf HoleView of a Golf Hole (Golf Cup) in 3D available for downloadView of a Golf Hole (Golf Cup) in 3D available for download
6.56’ | 2 m (Inside)
9.84’ | 3 m (Inside)
3.28’ | 1 m
210 lb | 95 kg (Typical)
Handball Goal
200.000
300.000
100.000
95.000
400
https://p3d.in/e/aXdm3
3D
Handball GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Handball GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Handball Goal
48” | 120 cm (Inside)
72” | 180 cm (Inside)
40” | 100 cm
Ice Hockey Goal
120.000
180.000
100.000
300
https://p3d.in/e/tFkEq
3D
Ice Hockey GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Ice Hockey GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Ice Hockey Goal
6’ | 182.9 cm (Inside)
6’ | 182.9 cm (Inside)
7’ | 213.4 cm
35-115 lb | 15.9-52.2 kg
Lacrosse Goal
182.900
182.900
213.400
52.200
2000
https://p3d.in/e/DGzoW
3D
Lacrosse GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Lacrosse GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Lacrosse Goal
10’ | 3.05 m
24’ | 7.3 m (Inside)
1’ | 30.5 cm (Diameter)
18 oz | .51 kg
Polo Goal
305.000
730.000
30.500
0.510
90
https://p3d.in/e/gw6Cw
3D
Polo GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Polo GoalPerspective view of a 3D model of a Polo Goal
52.5’ | 16 m (Minimum)
18.71’-19.03’ | 5.7-5.8 m (Overall)
Rugby Goal Post
1600.000
580.000
70
https://p3d.in/e/FfoCb
3D
Rugby Goal PostPerspective view of a 3D model of a Rugby Goal PostPerspective view of a 3D model of a Rugby Goal Post
35.43” | 90 cm (Inside)
9.84’ | 3 m (Inside)
44” | 111.8 cm (Net)
85 lb | 38.5 kg (Typical)
Water Polo Goal
90.000
300.000
111.800
38.500
400
https://p3d.in/e/s2zqk
3D
Water Polo Goal3D model of a Water Polo Goal (Floating) viewed in perspective3D model of a Water Polo Goal (Floating) viewed in perspective
Handball Goal
Elevation illustrations of a Handball Goal with a goalie

A Handball Goal is kept at both ends of a Handball Court and are required to play Handball. The frame of a typical Handball Goal is made from aluminum. A Handball Goal center has a net that is securely fastened so that a Handball Ball does not to pass through the goal. The Handball Goal is surrounded by a line inside and only the goal keeper is allowed inside the space. Goalkeepers cannot leave the goal area with the ball in their hands, but are allowed to go outside the goal area to save a ball.

Handball Goals have a regulated inside width of 9.84’ (3 m), inner height of 6.56’ (2 m), and depth of 3.28’ (1 m). The weight of a Handball Goal is typically 210 lb (95 kg).

Dimensioned elevation drawings of a Handball Goal measured with length, width and depth
A Handball Goal is kept at both ends of a Handball Court and are required to play Handball. The frame of a typical Handball Goal is made from aluminum. A Handball Goal center has a net that is securely fastened so that a Handball Ball does not to pass through the goal.

Handball Goals have a regulated inside width of 9.84’ (3 m), inner height of 6.56’ (2 m), and depth of 3.28’ (1 m). The weight of a Handball Goal is typically 210 lb (95 kg).

Dimensioned elevation drawings of a Handball Goal measured with length, width and depth
Handball Goal
Height:
6.56’ | 2 m (Inside)
Width:
9.84’ | 3 m (Inside)
Length:
Depth:
3.28’ | 1 m
Weight:
210 lb | 95 kg (Typical)
Area:

Crossbar Width: 3.15” | 8 cm

Net Mesh: .12”-.2” | 3-5 mm

Mesh Squares: 1.97”-3.94” | 5-10 cm

Color: Alternating contrasting pattern
Materials: Galvanized steel, aluminum, wood; polypropylene mesh net

Drawings include:
Handball Goal front elevation, side, top, back, front (goalie)

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Ice Hockey Goal
Front elevation drawing of an Ice Hockey goal with hockey goalie and dimensions

Ice Hockey Goals are placed on each end of the Ice Hockey Rink and are used for scoring points in a game of Ice Hockey. To score a goal, the entire hockey puck must cross the goal that is being defended by the goalie (goaltender). Ice Hock Goals are constructed of bent tubed steel and a net to catch any made shot.

For professional ice hockey, the opening of the goal is 72” (180 cm) wide, 48” (120 cm) high, and has a depth of 40” (100 cm). This opening is held rigid by a metal tube frame that is roughly 2” (5 cm) in diameter and is enclosed by mesh net with an opening size of 1 5/8” (4.1 cm). The base of the goal is rounded with 18" (45.7 cm) radii and an overall width of 88” (223.5 cm).

Collection of dimensioned drawings of the Ice Hockey Goal showing width, height, and depth
Ice Hockey Goals are placed on each end of the Ice Hockey Rink and are used for scoring points in a game of Ice Hockey. To score a goal, the entire hockey puck must cross the goal that is being defended by the goalie (goaltender). Ice Hock Goals are constructed of bent tubed steel and a net.

For professional ice hockey, the opening of the goal is 72” (180 cm) wide, 48” (120 cm) high, and has a depth of 40” (100 cm). This opening is held rigid by a metal tube frame that is roughly 2” (5 cm) in diameter and is enclosed by mesh net with an opening size of 1 5/8” (4.1 cm). The base of the goal is rounded with 18" (45.7 cm) radii and an overall width of 88” (223.5 cm).

Collection of dimensioned drawings of the Ice Hockey Goal showing width, height, and depth
Ice Hockey Goal
Height:
48” | 120 cm (Inside)
Width:
72” | 180 cm (Inside)
Length:
Depth:
40” | 100 cm
Weight:
Area:

Overall Width: 88” | 223.5 cm
Side Radius:
18” | 45.7 cm
Net Mesh Size:
1.625” | 4.1 cm
Posts (Diameter):
2” | 5 cm
Materials:
Metal frame, cloth net mesh

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Drawings include:
Ice hockey goal front elevation, elevation (goalie), side, top

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Basketball Rims & Nets
Illustration of a basketball player (James Harden) dunking on a regulation Basketball Rim with dimensions

Basketball rims, or hoops, are orange painted goals attached to the backboard and used for scoring points in a game of basketball. Basketball rims today are designed as breakaway rims comprised of a hinge and spring that allow the rim to bend when a player dunks without shattering the backboard. The rim itself is made of a 5/8” | 1.6 cm steel diameter steel rod that is formed into a ring with an inner diameter of 18” | 45.72 cm. Basketball nets are hung from the bottom of the rim with lengths between 15”-18” | 38.1-45.7 cm. Basketball rims are mounted 10’ | 3.05 m from the court floor.

Pair of drawings of a Basketball Rim and Net in side and plan views with dimensions for rim diameter and net length
Basketball rims are orange painted goals attached to the backboard in a game of basketball. Basketball rims have an inner diameter of 18” | 45.72 cm. Nets are hung from the bottom of the rim with lengths between 15”-18” | 38.1-45.7 cm. Basketball rims are mounted 10’ | 3.05 m from the court floor.

Pair of drawings of a Basketball Rim and Net in side and plan views with dimensions for rim diameter and net length
Basketball Rims & Nets
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Width:
Length:
Depth:
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Area:

Diameter (Rim): 18” | 45.72 cm inner
Diameter (Steel): 5/8” | 1.6 cm
Distance from Backboard: 6” | 15.1 cm
Height (Rim): 10’ | 3.05 m to court
Net Length: 15”-18” | 38.1-45.7 cm below rim
Basketball to Rim Ratio: Compared to the clear area of the basketball rim, a regulation basketball is 27% of the size of the opening.

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Drawings include:
Basketball Rim & Net side elevation (basketball player - James Harden), side (detail), plan, plan (basketball)

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Basketball Backboards
Drawing of a Regulation Basketball Backboard with dimensions for height and width

Basketball backboards are flat elevated vertical boards with mounted baskets, or rims, used to assist or return the basketball after a shot in a game of basketball. Commonly made of Plexiglas or tempered glass, backboards are designed to prevent shattering when a player dunks. Regulation basketball backboards have a width of 72” | 183 cm and a height of 42” | 110 cm with an inner rectangle that is 24” | 61 cm wide and 18” | 45.7 cm tall. For casual non-regulation courts, smaller Fan-Shaped Backboards are often used. Basketball rims are hung 10’ | 3.05 m above the court floor.

Fan-Shaped Backboard
Fan Shaped Basketball Backboards are non-regulation backboards that are typically found on casual courts at playgrounds or indoor side courts. Fan Shaped Backboards are smaller than Regulation Rectangular Backboards and have widths of 54” | 137.2 cm and heights of 33” | 83.8 cm.

Collection of drawings of a Regulation Basketball Backboard illustrating the front, side, and plan views
Basketball backboards are flat elevated vertical boards with mounted baskets, or rims. Regulation basketball backboards have a width of 72” | 183 cm and a height of 42” | 110 cm with an inner rectangle that is 24” | 61 cm wide and 18” | 45.7 cm tall. All rims are hung 10’ | 3.05 m above the court.

Collection of drawings of a Regulation Basketball Backboard illustrating the front, side, and plan views
Basketball Backboards
Height:
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Height: 48” | 121.9 cm
Width: 72” 182.9 cm
Height (Rim): 10’ | 3.05 m to court
Height (Inner Rectangle): 18” | 45.7 cm
Width (Inner Rectangle): 24” | 61 cm
Border (Outer): 3” | 7.6 cm
Border (Inner): 2” | 5 cm

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Drawings include:
Basketball Backboard front elevation (regulation), side, plan, front (fan shaped)

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Beer Pong Cups

Beer pong cups are common plastic party cups used for playing the party game of beer pong. Official regulated by the rules of beer pong as being 16 oz cups in size (though 18 oz cups are also often used), red plastic party cups, specifically red SOLO cups, are iconically known to be the standard cups used for playing the beer pong. Beer pong games start with both teams have their beer pong cups arranged in triangular racks of either 10 or 6 cups.

16 oz beer pong cups have a top diameter of 3 5/8” (82 mm), a height of 4 5/8” (117 mm), and a base width of 2 1/4” (57 mm). With beer pong being played with a typical 1.57” (40 mm) ping pong ball, the beer pong ball is approximately 23% of the total open area at the top of the beer pong cup.

Dimensioned elevation drawings and diagrams of Beer Pong Cups and Ping Pong Balls measuring cup opening
Beer pong cups are common plastic party cups used for playing beer pong. Official regulated as being 16 oz cups in size (though 18 oz cups are also often used), red plastic party cups, specifically red SOLO cups, are iconically known to be the standard cups used for playing the beer pong.

16 oz beer pong cups have a top diameter of 3 5/8” (82 mm), a height of 4 5/8” (117 mm), and a base width of 2 1/4” (57 mm). With beer pong being played with a typical 1.57” (40 mm) ping pong ball, the beer pong ball is approximately 23% of the total open area at the top of the beer pong cup.

Dimensioned elevation drawings and diagrams of Beer Pong Cups and Ping Pong Balls measuring cup opening
Beer Pong Cups
Height:
4.625” | 117 mm
Width:
3.625” | 92 mm (Diameter)
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Base Width: 2.25” | 57 mm
Volume: 16 oz (official) or 18 oz | .47 L or .53 L

Beer Pong Ball:
Diameter: 1.57” | 40 mm

Drawings include:
Beer Pong Cup side elevation, plan (Ping Pong Ball), plan (10 cup rack), plan (6 cup rack)

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