you score points in afl by kicking goals for 6 points and a behind for 1 point
you get a touchdown
the big point in football is to score a goal and attack the other team
You can score in football by either making touchdown, extra point ,field goal, or safety Touch Down =6 Extra Point =1 Field Goal= 3 Safety = 2 Watch a game!
that would be a point after touchdown. The ball is kicked through the uprights from the 2 yard line.
score a touchdown, or score 2 field goals. Or three safeties!
English and Scottish football leagues all have the same points scoring system, that is: Win = 3 points Draw = 1 point Lose = 0 points Thus you get 1 point for a draw irrespective of whether it is a score or 0-0 draw
Winning by any margin is possible in American football (except for a 1 point difference where the score is 2-1).
You cannot score a single point in football. Yes, you can get one point from the extra point after a touchdown, but that requires you to score six points in the first place.
If a game is forfeited, the non-forfeiting team officially wins 1-0 (at least in college football). Though it has never happened, it is possible for a team to score just one point in a college football game (if the offensive team somehow gets tackled in their own endzone for a safety on the PAT, the defensive team would be awarded one point), but the other team has to score at least one touchdown for this to be possible.