It all depends from where the ball is kicked. However, if you are referring to an extra point, it is kicked from the two yard line. So with 10 yards if endzone and 2I of field, a extra point is 12 yards
There are twelve yards from the goal line to the goalpost because there are ten yards from the goal line and the goalpost is NOT on the back of the line it is two yards back from the line.
No. You're confusing the "goalposts" with the gooseneck structure that supports them.
The term "goalposts" is an all-encompassing term for the uprights and the crossbar connecting them, plus any supporting structure. The goal itself is always exactly ten yards behind the goal line. The rest of the structure could vary depending upon how the goalposts are made. A gooseneck support might reside about two yards further back, give or take a few feet. But many fields still use the old "H"-shaped goal, which is entirely vertical and therefore the whole structure sits ten yards back from the goal.
I believe it is:
10 yards (end zone) + 7 yards (from line of scrimmage) = 17 yards. to brady sucks;)
Generally, the holder kneels down six yards behind the line of scrimmage for a field goal attempt.
120 yards. End line to end line is a 100 yards. The end zones are 10 yards each.
17 yards! 10 for the end zone and 7 for the long snap.
A Canadian football field measures 110 yards from goal line to goal line, and 65 yards wide. The end zones are 20 yards deep.
All football fields are 100 yards long from goal line to goal line
120 yards. It's 100 yards from goal line to goal line and then each end zone is ten yards deep for a total length of 120 yards
No. A rugby pitch is 100 metres minium goal line to goal line and 70 metres maximum touch line to touch line. A football field is 53 yards wide and 100 years long
A football is 11 inches long. There are 32 inches in a yard. A football field is 100 yards long from goal line to goal line. Therefore it would take 290 footballs to span from goal line to goal line.
One football field is 300 yards from goal line to goal line. 1 yard = 3 feet. If you are wanting to know how many feet are from goal line to goal line, it would be 300 feet. The end-zones are another 10 yards each. This adds another 60 total feet. If you are asking from goal post to goal post it would be 360 feet.
at each end is an end zone with a goal line 20 yards from the end of the field. how many yards long is the playing field between the two goal lines
The length of an American football field is 100 yards or 300 feet. The length of a Canadian football field is 110 yards. An Australian Football pitch varies from 135-185 m long and 110-155 m wide. A Soccer field varies and the length must be between 100 yards and 130 yards and the width between 50 yards and 100 yards. And it can't be square!
The penalty spot is 12 yards from the goal line.