6 for a goal, 1 for a behind
In Australian Rules Football, there are 6 points in a goal. One behind is one point.
A football kicked between the taller posts (the goalposts) is 6 points. A football going between either of the shorter outside posts (a behind) is 1 point.
3 Field goal
One goal is worth 6 points.
13 points. 6 points per goal and 1 point per behind. 6 + 6 + 1 = 13
Depend on the action taking place. Atouchdown is scored as 6 points, with the point after counting as 1. A field goal is scored as 3 points, and a safety is scored 2 points
66 points, as a goal is worth 6 points.
As the inventors of Australian Rules Football were cricketers they made a goal worth 6 points, the same as the maximum that can be scored in a cricket shot, 6 runs, excluding over throws.
6 points for a touchdown 1 extra point after a touchdown if a field goal is kicked 2 extra points after a touchdown if a two point conversion is run 3 points for a field goal if a touchdown is not scored 2 points for a safety
A goal is scored when the ball passes the line!
In European football, then yes, one goal is one point. In American football, a touch down is worth 6 points. A field goal is worth 3 points A safety is worth 2 points. Hope this helps!!