"Though I originally made this for my son, I’m proud that the SoccerWave has helped so many players around the world enjoy soccer more."
The SoccerWave Jr. addresses the problem of needing a partner to practice soccer skills, such as heading, trapping, and volleying. By playing the ball into the curved, elastic netting, a player will have the ball served to them as if they had a partner there with them.
The SoccerWave Jr. is easy to put together, and once assembled, requires only the removal of two pins for easy transport. It’s sturdy design means that it can handle all weather, including heavy direct sun or rain.
I came up with the product when I hurt my back and could no longer help my son practice. The SoccerWave Jr. allows budding athletes to always have a fun, easy way to practice. However, it will also help even the most advanced players.
$108.99 (excl. 4.5% Tax)
Easy to assemble. Once assembled, it can be broken down by removing only 2 pins for easy transport.
High-quality netting designed to withstand heavy weathering, including direct sunlight and rain
The front netting is curved, ideal for getting the ball in the air to practice headers, volleys and trapping
The back is flat for realistic “kick-back” action to simulate having another player to pass with.
When Ben hurt his back, he thought he wouldn't be able to help his son improve at soccer. He was wrong. Ben found a better way for players to practice alone. The SoccerWave has now helped thousands of players of all skill levels improve their soccer skills.
I played soccer my whole life, until I injured my back. As tough as it was not playing for myself, it was even worse that I could no longer help my son practice. Even though players can work on many soccer techniques by themselves, sometimes you need someone else to kick with. I knew I had to do something when the issue finally hit my wallet. My son broke a front window on the house while kick against the wall!
I started looking on my own for a solution. First I tried to find products or training aids that he could use on his own. I had no luck. So I decided to design something myself. I gave the design to my father-in-law, who built the first version out of wood. It worked great, but it was too heavy to move around easily. I had a local company create a plastic version, but it still weighed a ton.
I took this plastic version to my son's soccer team and let them play around with it. I wanted to know if I w...
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