the maxium is 68 yards
A field goal is normally 17 yards longer than the distance of the line of scrimmage to the goal line, as that number includes the end zone and the seven yards the holder stands behind. The average field goal range varies for each team. As far as how far you have to kick field goals or kickoffs to be a kicker in NCAA D1, there doesn't appear to be an exact number. Obviously, the further you can kick, the better the chances. Accuracy is also a must.
It depends what field you're on and what level you are on
I normally just kick it way up the field over every one or if you can't kick it that far just kick it to the outsides of the field
A goal kick is taken when a team has kicked the ball over the end line of the opposing team without it going over the goal. At that time, the goalie or defender or somebody who can kick the ball to atleast half field comes and places the ball on the 6 yard box which is the box closest to the goal. After the ball is placed on the 6 yard box, it can be kicked as far as possible up the field, or even passed quickly to the closest defender.
I am not quite sure but I am 15 and i kick a 40 yard field goal and a think the average is around 30 to 40 but again I am not sure. I just started kicking field goals about 1 month ago so if you want to do it just set your mind to it and practice practice practice! visit google and find out different ways to kick!
You just kick it out toward the sidelines or mid-field, preferably to one of your other players Just make sure you don't kick it, or pass it, toward the goal, always get it as far away as you can
A goal can be scored directly (without any other player touching the ball) from a kick-off, goal kick, corner kick, or direct free kick as far as restarts go.