Well, if you mean, 'How many points are registered for a goal?' the answer is six.
If you mean, 'What is the average score or total number of points scored in a game?' then, as in most other sports, the answer can be 'wide open'!!
In soccer, for instance, the scoreline is quite often 0-0 ... yet there are times it can be 8-0 or even 10-1, etc.
Let's just say that, on average, in today's world of "Possession and 'play on' football", the total number of points scored in any one game of Australian football may be higher than for any other major sport in the world.
However, back in 1960, in wet weather conditions, during the days of "territorial [big kick] football", rather than today's 'play on, possession'-type game, I can remember Melbourne winning the premiership with only 8 goals on the board as opposed to the losing team's only 2 goals! The scoreline was: 8.14.62 to Collingwood's, 2.2.14 [not bad memory ;)] ... the last figure states the total number of points when goals and 'behinds' are added up.
In many dry weather games today, the score can easily be [say] 16.16.112 to the losing team's 13.15.93 ... but winning team scores usually go somewhere up near the 30 goal mark for a winning team at some time during the season.
[Of course, we are speaking just AFL (top league) here. Obviously, in some minor leagues or certain inter-school matches, where the teams can be very uneven in ability, you can occasionally get scorelines something like: 50 goals to one team and perhaps just one or two goals for the whole match for the other!!]
It may be that you have misunderstood the sport; and perhaps, meant one of the two Rugby codes.
In both rugby union and rugby league, if you exert weight on the ball as you push it to the ground once crossing the goaline, your side currently earns 5 pts and 4 pts respectively. Touchdowns are effectively "Tries" in rugby.
However, much keeps changing in the scoring system: so I will refer the reader to the following taken from Wikipedia's article on Rugby union:
"Method of Scoring and Points
Historically, no points at all were awarded for a try, the reward being to "try" to score a goal (to kick the ball over the cross bar and between the posts). Modern points scoring was introduced in the late 1880s,Answers.comand was uniformly accepted by the Home Nations for the 1890/91 season.Answers.com
The balance in value between tries and conversions has changed greatly over the years. Until 1891, a try scored one point, a conversion two. For the next two years tries scored two points and conversion three, until in 1893 the modern pattern of tries scoring more was begun with three points awarded for a try, two for a kick. The number of points from a try increased to four in 1971Answers.comand five in 1992.Answers.com
Penalties have been worth three points since 1891 (they previously had been worth two points). The value of the drop goal was four points between 1891 and 1948, three points at all other times.Answers.com
The defence was originally allowed to attempt to charge down a conversion kick from the moment the ball was placed on the ground, "enerally making it impossible for the kicker to place the ball himself and make any kind of a run-up. As a result, teams had a designated placer, typically the scrum-half, who would time the placement to coincide with the kicker's run-up. In 1958, the law governing conversions changed to today's version, which allows the kicker to place the ball and prohibits the defence from advancing toward the kicker until he begins his run-up.Answers.com""
you score points in afl by kicking goals for 6 points and a behind for 1 point
A football kicked between the taller posts (the goalposts) is 6 points. A football going between either of the shorter outside posts (a behind) is 1 point.
6 for a goal, 1 for a behind
66 points, as a goal is worth 6 points.
One goal is worth 6 points.
1 goal is worth 6 points. So 10 goals is worth 60 points.
There are not goals in football, but touchdowns. They are 6 points each.
13 points. 6 points per goal and 1 point per behind. 6 + 6 + 1 = 13
They are 6.4m apart.
Placekicker (for kickoffs, field goals, extra points).
The goals are precisely as wide as football goals. They are football goals.
Rugby league awards two points for a penalty goal.The only other way to score two points in any of the major football codes is as follows:American football: Safety; two-point conversion following a touchdownRugby (union and league): Conversion following a tryIn Australian rules, you score in increments of 1 and 6. In Gaelic football, increments of 1 and 3. Soccer only has 1-point goals.
Collingwood has scored the most with 1849 goals as at the end of the 2010 season.
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).
Hazem el Mazri, winger for the Bulldogs, in round one of the 2009 NRL competition, reached 2,184 points passing former record holder Andrew Johns to become the highest points scorer in Australian Rugby League.