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.
Goal posts in both the NFL and college football are 18 feet 6 inches apart. The goal posts in college used to be 23 feet 4 inches wide but were reduced to the same width as the NFL in 1991.
In the NFL and NCAA, goal posts are 6 inches wide. High school football fields usually use goal posts that are 4 inches wide.
In the NFL, goal posts are 18 feet, 6 inches wide. The NCAA uses the same dimensions for their goal posts.
In the NFL, goal posts are 10 feet high and 18 1/2 feet wide.
In college football, the rule for a missed field goal to the kicker's left is called wide left and conversely wide right if it misses to the kicker's right. It is described as short if it is aimed correctly but does not have the distance to go over the cross bar.
It depends on the level of play you're asking about. At the high school level, the goal posts are 10' high and 23' 4" wide. On both the collegiate and professional levels, the only difference from high school is that the goalposts are 18' 6" wide.
The height of the crossbar is 10 ft. And the width between the goal posts is 18 ft. 10 inches
It is eight yards wide.
A College Football field is 100 yards long, like an NFL field. There aren't many differences between College Football and NFL, except things like they have to be in College, so they can only play for four years, and the fact that only one foot has to be in for a catch to be complete.
The goal is 732 cm wide and 244 cm tall.