In soccer, the "regulation" width of the goal is 8 yards, or 24 feet. A goal that is marked by posts alone, that is, a goal that lacks a crossbar, might be used in special circumstances. But it is clearly not an "official" structure and does not meet the minimum requirements set down in the Laws of the Game.
The goal posts are 24 feet (8 yards) apart.
They stand 7 yards apart.
For a professional soccer game the goal posts are 8 yards apart. As the age of the players diminishes so does the distance between the goal posts.
The goal posts are placed eight yards apart at the center of each end of the field. I hope this answers my question
Soccer goal posts are 8 yards apart. Someone else care to document distance between American football posts?
The goal posts in AFL are 6.4 meters apart
The goal posts in the NFL and college are 18 feet, 6 inches apart. In high school, goal posts are 23 feet, 6 inches apart.
In 11-a-side soccer, which is the standard, the crossbar is 8 feet from the ground, and the inner edges of the goal posts are 24 feet (8 yards) apart.
The width of a Canadian football field is 65 yards, its length is 110 yards, and the end zones are 20 yards deep. The goal posts are on the goal lines.
At least ten yards from the ball or on the goal line and between the posts.