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EuroGoal 1500

The secret of the champions is based on repeating the correct technical movement a great number of times. Globus EuroGoal 1500 is the top-of-the-range model of the soccer machine for modern training: it gives the possibility of executing highly realistic shots on goal, cross kicks and shootings of any kind. Shot power with a speed of up to 140 km/h, exceptional maneuverability of the shooting device to create an infinite number of trajectories with all the desired effects.
Old price: $7,000.00
$6,500.00
Target: Soccer
Shooting speed: 140
Vertical movement: Yes
Self-stabilizing Movement: Yes
Shooting Effects: Back Spin, Magnus, Top Spin
Shooting height: 35 mt
Speed ​​adjustment: Electronic

 

Ball shooter Eurogoal 1500 Eurogoal 1000 Eurogoal 600
Shot speed Up to 140 km/h Up to 140 km/h Up to 120 km/h
Shot distance 100 meter 80 meter 60 meter
Launching wheels Special super grip anti-wear rubber mix Special super grip anti-wear rubber mix Special super grip anti-wear rubber mix
Triaxial System YES YES NO
Maximum shooting height 35 meter 35 meter 25 meter
Swiveling movement =+30° / -30° ‘+30° / -30° NO
Vertical inclination -5° / +40° ‘-5° / +40° ‘-5° / +40°
Servo motor for powered vertical lift YES YES YES
Lateral inclination YES YES NO
Swiveling adjustment stop YES YES FIXED
Electronic Controller YES YES YES
Motor speed with independent adjustment NO YES: 1000 steps YES: 1000 steps
Electronic control unit with 5 memory slots YES NO NO
Ball speed setting Digital setting from 0 % to 100 % Manual and independent adjustment: 999 speed levels Manual and independent adjustment: 999 speed levels
Left & right spin adjustment of ball trajectory Simultaneous adjustment and digital speed control from 0 % to 50 % Separated adjustment and manual speed control Separated adjustment and manual speed control
Speed recovery time between two shots 1 sec 3 sec 3 sec
Duration 8 hours 5 hours 5 hours
Powered vertical lift YES YES YES
Fast and slow charge YES YES YES
FLOAT (Knucle ball) YES YES YES
SPIN Effect YES YES YES
TOP SPIN Effect YES YES NO
BACK SPIN Effect YES YES NO

GLOBUS EUROGOAL 1500 is the top-of-the-range model of the soccer training machine range.

 

GLOBUS EUROGOAL 1500 has very powerful motors to shoot a ball up to a speed of 140km/h.

 

Thanks to the Triaxial System (patented by Globus), the trainer can set the ball trajectory both vertically and horizontally and, above all, obliquely, in order to enhance the arching of the trajectory.

 

GLOBUS EUROGOAL 1500 revolutionizes training, because it permits to carry out hundreds of exercises at a very high pace and with the utmost precision in a short time.

NEW ELECTRONIC CONTROL UNIT AND ELECTRONIC CONTROL OF SPEED

 

The strong point of the EuroGoal 1500 is its new electronic control unit: thanks to this new electronic device, it is possible to maintain balls speed constant even when you are training with high-pace shooting sequences.

The led light on the shooting plate shows to the trainer that the speed of both wheels has reached the preset stored values in order to obtain exactly the same kind of shot.

5 MEMORY SLOTS TO STORE DIFFERENT SHOOTING TYPOLOGIES WITH DIFFERENT SPIN EFFECTS

 

The new electronic control unit of EuroGoal 1500 permits to store the most used shooting settings, so that they can be recalled by simply pressing a memory button. The trainer will be able to switch from one kind of shot to another very easily, without wasting any time to change machine’s settings.

Globus EuroGoal 1500 revolutionizes once more the training system, because it enables to create hundrerds of exercises at high pace and with the utmost shooting precision in a very short time.

 

THE GLOBUS EUROGOAL 1500 generates shots with the spin and trajectories of champions that are necessary for goalkeeper and player training:

 

1. POWERFUL SHOTS AND SLOW SHOTS

2. SHOTS WITH NO SPIN

3. SLOTS WITH SPIN AND LEFT OR RIGHT CURL (Magnus effect)

4. SHOTS WITH SUPER SPIN (Top Spin)

5. SHOTS WITH EXTENDED BEND (Back Spin)

 

1 – POWERFUL SHOTS AND SLOW SHOTS – from 10 to more than 140 Km/h

The ball speed is determined by the rotation speed of the shooting wheels: the desired speed from 10 Km/h to more than 140 Km/h can be set on the control panel by means of the SPEED buttons.

The trainer can set the ball to the exact speed necessary to carry out the technical exercises properly.

 

2 – SHOTS WITH NO SPIN

When the wheels rotate at the same speed, the ball is shot with no spin and its trajectory will be linear and with no curl, just affected by the force of gravity and air friction.

For short distances and with speeds lower than 60 Km/h (laminar resistance), the trajectory basically remains stable and predictable, as shown in the pictures below.

For long trajectories or with ball speed higher than 70 Km/h, the ball passes from turbulent resistance in the initial phase to laminar resistance in the final phase, and undergoes wide trajectory oscillations.

Those oscillatory effects make the ball less predictable and are very good for goalkeeper training.

 

3 – SPIN SHOTS WITH OUTWARD OR INWARD CURL (effetto Magnus)

To spin the ball, it is just necessary to rotate shooting wheels at different speeds: the higher this difference,the higher the spinand therefore the trajectory curl due to the Magus effect.

The Magnus effect will curl the ball to the left or to the right, to the part of the shooting wheel that rotate slower.

By combining shot speed and wheel rotation speed and type, it is possible to obtain the shooting spin that a trainer needs to train goalkeepers, defenders and strikers.

 

4 – SHOTS WITH SUPER SPIN (Top Spin)

To give this specific spin to the ball trajectory, the shooting wheels are to be inclined sideways to apply the Magnus effect on the vertical axis and make the balls close the trajectory. This is the typical spin that is given in a free kick with wall to combine shooting power with a bend permitting to go beyond the wall obstacle into the goal.

 

5 – SHOTS WITH EXTENDED BEND (Back Spin)

Maintaining the same wheel inclination as in the Top Spin, invert the wheel speed setting, so that the ball is shot with a rotation opposite to that of Top Spin. This way, an extended trajectory is obtained, with lower arching and with tha ball that tends to fall at the end of the trajectory.

This kind of shot is particularlydifficult to face for the goalkeeper, because the ball falls suddenly and unpredictably at the end of the trajectory.

 

The basic settings to effectively manage the shooting system of the ball shooting machine are four:

 

1- LIFTING AND LOWERING THE TRAJECTORY

The Triaxial System (patented by Globus) permits to change shooting height to obtain low shots or shots at different heights (for example, midair or at the top corner of the goal).

The movement takes place by means of an electrical motor reducer that quickly lifts and lowers the wheels to the desired position.

To lift or lower the shot, press the buttons on the control panel.

 

2 - HORIZONTAL MOVEMENT OF SHOOTING DIRECTION

“Moving horizontally” means that it is possible to move the wheels horizontally to shoot the ball at the left or at the right of the goalkeeper or a target.

Just hold the handles and push them laterally to shoot at the desired directions.

 

a – Side shooting range setting

A special device, which we call limit switch, permits to establish the side shooting angle to create unpredictable situations for the goalkeeper while limiting possible mistakes.

 

3 - SPEED SETTING OF THE RUBBER SHOOTING WHEELS

The motor control setting the shooting wheel speed is in the control panel located in the rear part of the machine.

The two wheels can be set independently by means of two knobs (potentiometers) that control the motors.

Wheel speed can be set micrometrically on 999 levels.

 

a - Setting of ball speed

The speed of the two sheels is set by means of the two buttons on the left of the control panel, which increase or decrease the spinning speed of the motors and, as a consequence, the shooting speed of the ball.

 

b - Setting of the arching of trajectories

In the central part of the control panel, there are two buttons, which permit to set automatically the arching of the trajectory towards the left or the right in a very precise way and, notably, independently from the ball speed.

EuroGoal 1500 permits to set the desired spin effects in an extremely easy way.

 

4 - SIDE INCLINATION

Thanks to the triaxial system, Globus Eurogoal can be inclined laterally, thus creating shooting trajectories with great arching, like in the free kicks with wall (TOP SPIN), or with spin flattening (BACK SLASH).

To incline the Eurogoal machine laterally, lower the handle sideways until the wheels are in an oblique position, as shown in the picture.

 

5 - STORAGE OF SHOT SETTING

The control panel of EuroGoal 1500 has 5 memory buttons that make the use of the machine on the pitch very easy.

Indeed, by keeping a button pressed for some time, it is possible to store the settings of speed and spin. By keeping a button pressed for a short time, it is possible to recall previously-stored settings.

The great advantage of this solution is that the triainer can switch from one kind of shot to another just in a few seconds without mistakes. This guarantees a more practical use of the machine and permits to change spin even during very rapid goal shooting sequences.