5 points for a try in rugby union, 4 points in rugby league.
The points awarded for a rugby union try changed from 4 points to 5 in 1992. A rugby league try is still worth 4 points.
2 points for a conversion in rugby union
5 points in union.
As the category is Rugby Union then the points for a try is 5
You get points for a try in the sport of rugby league and rugby union football.
3 points in rugby union and 1 point in rugby league.
a rugby union try is worth 5 points a rugby league try is worth 4 points
There would be many answers to this question as there are many football codes. American football, Gaelic, Aussie rules, Rugby League, Rugby Union etc. However if you mean the most popular form of football in the world, Association Football (Soccer) there are no points awarded for goals. Points are awarded for winning (3) or drawing (1).
When one of the sides scores a try - touches the ball down over the other teams goal-line, they score 5 points in Rugby Union, and 4 points in Rugby League. In union they are also awarded a free kick, which, if their kicker can put the ball between the uprights, and over the crossbar, 'converts' the try to a goal, gaining an extra two points. The kick must be taken at least ten metres from the goal-line and in a straight line from the point where the try was scored. The word "conversion" is sometimes wrongly used of a successful penalty - a kick at goal awarded as a result of some infringement by the other side. Such a kick gains 3 points in Rugby Union and 2 points in Rugby League.