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The distance between the goal posts is officially 7 yards; so that is 21 feet.

In metric that is 6.4 metres.

The width of the goal posts themselves is not official, so this might vary; but the rule states that at lest the bottom 2 metres of each post must be padded as protection. In some grounds, the base of the posts can be even 8 or 9 inches thick due to the padding.

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in between the 2 goal post (taller ones in the middle) =6 points

hits goal post =1 point

above goal post =1 point

in between behind post (shorter post and ones on the outside) and goal post=1 point

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The goal posts in AFL are 6.4 meters apart

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Goal posts are set at a distance of 6.4 metres apart. Each goal post has a behind post a further 6.4 metres away.

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