If you are talking about when you score a goal it's just called a goal If you are talking about the keeper who blocks the net it's called a goalie or a goaltender If you are talking about where you are supposed to put the puck/shoot/defend it's called a net
the net is 6 feet wide, 4 feet high and 32 inches deep
There are three goal posts on each side of the quidditch field so there are six goal posts altogether on the quidditch field.
its called a goal
There are 3 goal posts on either side of the pitch. 6 in total.
Find the dimensoins of the goal posts, then the braces. use the circufrence of the pole for your posts and braces
An ambiguous question. Posts of the same goal or posts from opposite goals?
The goal posts in the NFL and college are 18 feet, 6 inches apart. In high school, goal posts are 23 feet, 6 inches apart.
They are called Goal Posts in both codes
According to NHL Rule 3b: "The goal posts shall be of approved design and material, extending vertically four feet (4') above the surface of the ice and set six feet (6') apart measured from the inside of the posts. A cross bar of the same material as the goal posts shall extend from the top of one post to the top of the other." Click on the 'NHL Goal Frame' link on this page to see a diagram of an NHL approved goal frame.
The goal posts provide a visual marker for the goal line. The goal line is the point at which a team scores by sending the ball or puck etc. over it.