In American and Canadian football, scoring a touchdown is worth 6 points. The team than has a choice to kick for a single extra point or pass or run for two more points. This play is called the convert, which essentially means trying to score again.
6 and if you make the extra point kick 7 but without the extra point kick its 6
A touchdown is worth six points in American football.
A touchdown in highschool football is worth 6 points.
A "touchdown" or "goal" is considered one point in Ultimate Frisbee. Games are commonly played up to thirteen points.
A touchdown in 1911 was worth only 5 points. It wasn't until the following year, (1912), when the rule was changed and touchdowns became a 6 point score.
In 1911 a touchdown was worth 5 points. In 1912 it was changed to the traditional 6 points.
When you score a touchdown in American football, Six points are awarded. You then have the choice to either kick the ball ball through the goalposts for one extra point, or run another play for two extra points.
Six points, same as it has been worth since 1912.
The concept of a "touchdown" did not exist in American football until 1876, and at that time it didn't award any points -- it simply gave the team the opportunity to kick a field goal. The first time points were awarded for touchdowns was in 1883, and they were worth 4 points. The kick after the touchdown (i.e., the "try") was also worth 4 points. Note that the term "touchdown" was coined because the ball actually had to be touched down to the ground in the end zone. This requirement was removed in 1889.
In both Canadian and American football as touchdown gets the team two points. In Canadian football the field is larger and the team has twelve players instead of the American team that has eleven.
originally, the touchdown was not the goal of a football game, but instead a means to get a free kick at the uprights because of its roots in soccer and rugby. however, i believe in the late 1800s it was changed where you score a touchdown you get 5 points plus the chance for an extra point, totaling at 6 points. If i am not mistaken, it was changed again about 1920 to the 6 points plus the extra point attempt, just like it is now. In 1900, a touchdown counted for 5 points. It was increased to 6 in 1912 in American football. Canadian football didn't raise the value from 5 to 6 until 1956.
It is usually 14 points depending on whether you make the field goal. A touchdown is 6 points and if you make the field goal then it is 7 points total. So if you make another touchdown on top of that it would be 14 points.