This information is somewhat complicated as its reported that many schools played a version of the Rugby Schools Game - This had no limits on the amount of players on each side and some reports indicate that a "try" was not a scoring situation - When the ball was placed down in what we know to be the "in goal area" it allowed a kick to be taken at the goal posts - it was this that scored a goal similar to that of the soccer version. This was the scoring system
Try - 4 points,
Conversion - 2 points,
Penalty Goal - 2 points,
Field Goal - 1 point.
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).
3 points in rugby union and 1 point in rugby league.
2 points in union and in league
touch football is 1 , rugby league is 4 , rugby union is 5
A penalty is worth 2 in league and 3 in union.
They are not forfeited they are either won, drawn or lost
in rugby 5 points is scored for 1 try, but if a conversation is successfull after a try then it would be 7 points.
well Germany don't even play rugby league
Many live streaming websites contain live and current Rugby game scores. Current Rugby scores can be found on sites such as 6-Nations Rugby- Hoboken, National Rugby League, Get Live Sports Stream, and Score Cards.
There are 13 players on the pitch in each rugby league side, as opposed to 15 in rugby union teams. The difference is in the forwards. Rugby union teams have 8, but rugby league teams survive with only 6.
In the Premier League you get ;3 Points for a Win (Away Game)1 Point for a DrawBut if its an Home game its 2 Points