One point for kicking, two points for running or passing.
6 A touch-down is worth 6 points with out the extra conversion points
there are 6 points for a conversion. if you make a field goal it is one point and a two point conversion is two. a safety is two points for the defense and then they get it back from a kickoff. (don't use a tee after a safety.)
2 points for a conversion in rugby union
Safety and a 2-point conversion
4 points, 2 points a conversion
yes, it counts for 2 points
Obviously its two points for the returning team.
Two points.a union try is scored at 5 points with a successful conversion being a further 2 point
A touchdown in highschool football is worth 6 points.
You can make a touchdown for 6pts or you can make a field goal for 3 and you can make a 1pt conversion.
After the touchdown you get 6 points, and get to either go for a field goal(1 point after touchdown (PAT)) or a 2 point conversion, which is either a passing play into the end zone or a running play.
It's three points.
5 + 2 if you get the conversion
A touchdown=6 points A 2 point conversion=2 points A field goal=3 points for a total of 11 points
It is worth six points in football in the NFL and CFL.
Two-Points for the opposing team
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).
1. Football (soccer): 1 goal=1 point Football (American) 1touchdown=6points 1 fieldgoal after touchdown=1 point 1 two point conversion= 2 points 1 field goal before scoring a touchdown= 3 points 1 saftey= 2 points