The end zone on an American Football field is always 10 yards (9.1 m) long.
no because in basketball it is called a basket
If you're talking about your opponents' goal post, it's called an incomplete pass. If you're talking about your OWN goal post, it's called a safety.
If you are talking about when you score a goal it's just called a goal If you are talking about the keeper who blocks the net it's called a goalie or a goaltender If you are talking about where you are supposed to put the puck/shoot/defend it's called a net
What is your question?
Goal posts, commonly referred to as "uprights."
Goal could mean field goal or touchdown.If it is a field goal, the term is called a blocked kick.If it is a touchdown, there is no specific term. The most common term would be that the player fumbles the ball. He could also be "stopped short."
No. Well, sure you CAN... but the net result would be a touchback for the other team, not a score.
yellow and there called uprights
The net at the end of the goal.
The 'little box' in front of the goalie is called the goal area. It is 6 yards wide by 20 yards long. (8 yards from goal post to goal post and 6 yards on each side of the goal post)The next area outside the goal area is the penalty area. It is 18 yards wide by 44 yards long. (8 yards from goal post to goal post and 18 yards on each side of the goal post)These sizes are for a professional soccer field. As the age of the players diminishes so does the field size as well as the field markings.
where u score a goal in your net
Endzone to endzone it is 100 yard. From goal post to goal post it is 120 yards