For all (NFL) American Football fans! Place yourself in a stadium environment and see how many field goals you can kick. Think you have what it takes? Prove your worth as a field goal kicker. Game Features: - Countless football challenges - Realistic ball physics - Next generation 3D Graphics - Imp…
A field goal is a means of scoring in gridiron football. To score a field goal, the team in possession of the ball must place kick, or drop kick, the ball through the goal, i.e., between the uprights and over the crossbar. American football requires that a field goal must only come during a play from scrimmage, while Canadian football retains open field kicks and thus field goals may be scored at any time from anywhere on the field and by any player. The vast majority of field goals, in both cod
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A field goal in American football and Canadian football is a goal that may be scored ...
In football, a field goal is a successful kick of the ball by a kicker through the goal post. The goal post is located on the end lines at the back of the end zones and consists of a crossbar and two uprights. The ball must travel above the crossbar and through the uprights to be considered good.
College Field Goal Posts can have a yellow or white finish. College (NCAA) Football Field Goal Posts have a top of crossbar height of 10’ (3.05 m) and inside width of 18.5’ (5.64 m). The overall height of a College field goal post is 30’ (9.14 m) with a typical depth of 6.5’ (1.98 m).
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The overall height of an NFL field goal post is field goal post is 35’ (10.67 m) with a typical depth of 6.5’ (1.98 m). The diameter of the posts is between 4”-6.5” (10.2-16.5 cm) and the lower post is protected by 6’ (1.83 m) of high impact padding. Professional (NFL) Field Goal Posts are centered above the outside edge of both end zones on a football field.
Aim, Kick and Score in this exciting Field Goal game. Fit your boot, place the football and perform your best kick! Hit the ball and send it between the goal post! Practice solo or invite your friends to exiting tournaments to find out who is the ultimate football fan! Easy to learn, fun to master.
The football goal crossbar is 10 feet high, and the posts are an additional 20 feet high, for a total height of 30 feet. NFL and NCAA goal posts are 18 feet, 6 inches wide. High school goal posts...