30.4 yards per punt
Add the distance of all punts together and divide by the number of punts.
In all of American professional football, that was Chuck Fenenbock of the 1946 Los Angeles Dons of the All American Football Conference (AAFC). He averaged 28.7 yards on kickoff returns and 18.7 yards on punt returns. In the American Football League, that was Bill Thompson of the 1969 Denver Broncos with a 28.5 yard kickoff return average and a 11.5 yard punt return average. In the National Football League, that was Mel Gray of the 1991 Detroit Lions with a 25.8 yard average on kickoff returns and a 15.4 yard average on punt returns.
A punt in football tends to be when the football is hit with the toes, rather then the inside of the foot or the laces of the boot. Punt is sometimes used to describe hitting the ball very hard and out of control. 'punt it' upfield, rather then pass it upfield. Punt also is a slang term for putting a bet on. 'having a punt on the horses'
At least 90 feet for sure since the Dallas Cowboys screen was hit by a football.
I was a punter for a team in Ohio in 1998 and my longest punt was 75 yards.
really you cant cause a soccerball is round and a football is not round
Kick Return and Punt Return