An extra point is scored by kicking the ball through the uprights after scoring a touchdown. It is worth one point. PaymonM
A touchdown in American football is worth 6 points.
A "TD" in football is a "touchdown" and is worth 6 points. Following a TD, a team has an opportunity to score a "PAT," or point after touchdown. This can be a kick for one point, or a run for two points.
A touchdown is worth 6 points in an NFL football game.
It's Called a PAT (Point After Try I believe) it's a kick after the touchdown, a touchdown is only 6 points to get the full 7 you have to kick a PAT, or you can go for a 2 point conversion worth.....2 POINTS obviously
== == == == When the ball is advanced past the end zone line it is called a touchdown. It is worth 6 points. A touchdown can be scored on offense or defense by any player. A touchdown can also be scored if there is a fumble in the end zone, and the team that scored on that end zone recovers the fumble.
No, the kick after a touchdown (that is worth one point) is called a "PAT" (Point After Touchdown) or "Extra Point". A made "Field Goal" is worth three points.
6 A touch-down is worth 6 points with out the extra conversion points
A field goal is worth 3 points, unless it is kicked right after a touchdown then it is only 1.
6 and if you make the extra point kick 7 but without the extra point kick its 6
No. A single point can only be scored after a touchdown (a touchdown being worth 6 points). The lowest non-zero score a team can have is 2. A "safety" (tackling the other team's ball carrier in his own end zone) scores two points.
In the NFL, no. In other levels of football, yes, and it is worth 2 points.
A touchdown is worth six points in American football.
A touchdown in 1911 was worth only 5 points. It wasn't until the following year, (1912), when the rule was changed and touchdowns became a 6 point score.
A touchdown without extra point is 6 points, a regular feild goal is 3 points, and a safety is worth 2
A field goal, when the ball is kicked through the upright goalposts, is worth three points. If the kick is made directly after a touchdown, it is not a field goal, but is a "try", also called the "point after touchdown" or PAT, and is worth one point.
All touchdowns are worth six points. It doesn't matter how the touchdown is scored, via a pass, a run, or on a kickoff or punt return. After the touchdown, the scoring team receives a "point after touchdown" attempt for one or two extra points.
In American and Canadian football, scoring a touchdown is worth 6 points. The team than has a choice to kick for a single extra point or pass or run for two more points. This play is called the convert, which essentially means trying to score again.
A touchdown in highschool football is worth 6 points.
A team can receive two points after a touchdown, if they try to get another 'touchdown' instead of kicking for the extra point. It's called a two-point conversion. The team only gets one chance to do this per touchdown, but it's pretty risky. Teams will usually just kick for the extra point.
It is worth six points in football in the NFL and CFL.
Three points are awarded - regardless of distance from the goal. exception in the "point after" attempt. this occurs following a touchdown (worth 6 points) and is only worth one point.
In European football, then yes, one goal is one point. In American football, a touch down is worth 6 points. A field goal is worth 3 points A safety is worth 2 points. Hope this helps!!
A field goal (kicking the ball through the uprights at the end of the field) is worth 3 points in American football. There is no "point after" attempt for a field goal. In contrast, a touchdown (carrying the ball past the goal line) is worth 6 points and allows an attempt for an additional point after touchdown, which closely resembles a field goal.