After the player has recognized the target on the display screen, the aim is to try and hit the relative graphic in the real goal. The player and the audience can see a replay of the shot displayed on the display screen after every successful shot at goal.
Sensors are installed in the goal frame can register the exact impact of the ball in the goal. The sensors measure the speed and the actual placement of the shot.
Every player receives a certificate at the end of the game, which shows the individual goal shooting data as well as information on the speed and placement of the shots. The certificates can be provided with sponsor logos or designed entirely using the customer’s corporate design.
Large brands such as Coca-Cola, McDonalds or Sky TV, as well as international top soccer clubs and such AC Milan, Ajax Amsterdam, Bayern Munich have decided to use the Kick-Point Electronic Soccer Goal for their events and promotions and any other sponsoring activities.