The NFL moved the goal posts from the goal line to the end line for the 1974 season.
NFL goal posts are 10 feet high and 18.5 feet wide.
A goal post is 20 feet tall.
NFL goal posts were moved back before the beginning of the 1974 season. The was done to try and reduce the number of field goals kicked during a game, especially at the end of games, to make things safer around the goal line for the players, and make passing around the middle of the field at the goal line more productive.
Most football goal posts are made of some type of metal. Football goal posts for the NFL are made out of steel with a mixture of aluminum. Soccer goal posts are usually aluminum or plastic with a net in between the posts.
The goal posts in the NFL and college are 18 feet, 6 inches apart. In high school, goal posts are 23 feet, 6 inches apart.
NFL goal posts are 10 feet high and 18 feet, 6 inches wide