Cut two 4-foot sections of PVC pipe with a hacksaw. Add PVC cement and a 90-degree joint to each end of both sections. Set the joints in matching positions and leave the cement to dry for 1 minute.
Cut four 4-foot sections of PVC pipe with the hacksaw. Use PVC cement to glue each section in one of the 90-degree joint openings. Wait 2 minute for the glue to dry. Use 3-foot sections for junior football leagues.
Apply a thin layer of PVC cement to the top of the latter upright posts. Add a three-way connector to each post and wait 1 minute for the cement to dry. Each connector must be aligned with another connector to create a square on the unfinished top section of the chute.
Cut two 4-foot sections of PVC pipe and each end of each pipe into the three-way connectors. The result is two separate squares, each having two openings on the top three-way connections.
Cut two 3-foot sections of PVC pipe with the hacksaw. Add a thin layer of glue to each end of each pipe. Connect the top of each three-way connection with the pipes. This connects the two separate squares and completes the chute. Wait 1 minute for the glue to dry.
Place the chute against a blocking sled to force players into a low position.