In the NFL the goal posts must be 18'6" across.
120 yards from one end of the field to the other The distance between goal posts in high school ball is 23 feet 6 inches.
what is the width of college football goal post
football as in soccer? if so, 24 feet. for American football, 18 feet 6 inches for college and pros, 23 feet 6 inches for high school
Professional Football goalposts are 18' 6" wide.
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.
I thought that it was sometime in the early sixties/late fifties
There are many places where one could find information on the distance that joins a football goal post. The best place to find this information would be the website Wikipedia.
I have found different answers for this question. I have seen 24ft. 18ft. and 8yd. I'd suggest looking somewhere else for this answer.
The goal post is ten feet above the ground right above the back of the endzone.
The end zone on an American Football field is always 10 yards (9.1 m) long.
120 yards or 360 feet from one end of the field to the other including endzones.
If you're asking how far apart are the two uprights on a single goal post, they are 18 feet 6 inches apart in college and pro, and 23 feet 4 inches apart in high school. If you're asking how far apart is one team's goal post from the other team's goal post on the opposite end of the field, they are 120 yards apart. (10 yards for each end zone and 100 yards for the length of the field in-between.)
Goal post to goal post, a football field is 360 feet long.
23 feet, 4 inches.
It is 120 yards from goal post to goal post. This includes the 100 yard playing field and 10 yards for each endzone.