What is the height of the upright on a football goal post?
"Goal posts must be single-standard type, offset from the end
line and painted bright gold. The goal posts must be 18 feet, 6
inches wide and the top face of the crossbar must be 10 feet above
the ground. Vertical posts extend at least 30 feet above the
crossbar. A ribbon 4 inches by 42 inches long is to be attached to
the top of each post. The actual goal is the plane extending
indefinitely above the crossbar and between the outer edges of the
football is a game played with your feet......
the height of the upright.i.e; goalpost is 8Ft
some numpties will say this is soccer........that proves just why they are numpties
24 feet from the inside of the goal post(upright) to the other inside post (upright). 10 feet above the ground to the inside edge of the cross bar. In high school the ball must be completely inside the inside edge of the post(upright) extended. If any part of the ball passes over the upright the kick is no good. The posts must extend a minimum of 10 feet above the crossbar to help make this…
One football field is 300 yards from goal line to goal line. 1 yard = 3 feet. If you are wanting to know how many feet are from goal line to goal line, it would be 300 feet. The end-zones are another 10 yards each. This adds another 60 total feet. If you are asking from goal post to goal post it would be 360 feet.