When a bowler throws the ball between two pins without hitting either one.
A place-kick that crosses over the cross bar and between the uprights earns 3 points.
A shot taken from anywhere on the court; also a basket.
Both ends of the field have goal posts: kicking the ball through them in a normal game situation is worth three points. A field goal attempt is usually made if the offense is close enough to the end zone for a successful kick to be possible, but believes it to be impossible to reach new downs, or is running out of time and scoring only three points would be enough. Both scoring and failure to score will both result in a change of offensive turn. Potkumaali (Pinomaa)
a score in American football; a score made by kicking the ball between the opponents' goal posts
a score in basketball made by throwing the ball through the hoop
a form of scoring in American Football
a form of scoring in basketball in which a player successfully shoots the ball through the hoop during play
a goal scored from open, continuous play
A score worth three points. The kicker scores three points when he sends the ball through the posts and over the crossbar, in much the same way as a penalty kick in rugby. However, unlike rugby, the opposing team rushes the kicker in an attempt to block the kicks.
A basket scored on any shot other than a free throw, worth two or three points depending on the distance of the attempt from the basket. (See "Three-point field goal" for qualification.)
A basket made while the ball is in play.
When the ball rolls between a split without hitting any pins.
This is worth three points, and is made when the team with the ball kicks the ball through the goalposts, and over the cross bar.
When a place-kick goes through the goalpost (over the crossbar and between the upright bars), three points are earned as a field goal.
A basket, worth either two or three points, depending on whether it was taken from inside or outside the three-point line (set at 22 feet from the basket).
Ball played into the goal from outside the yard.
score of 3 points made by place- or drop-kicking the ball through the opponent's goal other than via a kickoff or free kick following a safety; formerly, "goal from the field".
a place kick that passes above the crossbar and between the uprights of the goalpost, earning the team that kicked it 3 points.
When offense puts the ball in the basket during live play.
A ball that travels between two pins without knocking down either of them.
If a team attempts to kick the football through its opponents' crossbar, it is said to kick a field goal. The field goal is deemed to be "good" if the ball flies over the horizontal bar, and the kicking team receives three points and kicks off; otherwise, it is "no good."
when a team fails to get the ball into the end-zone, they can try to kick the football through the "uprights" (worth 3 points)
A scoring play in which the ball is kicked through the goalpost by the kicker. The kick, if it is good, is worth 3 points and is generally, but not always, attempted from 40 yards or closer.
When the ball enters the basket from above the rim during play. It is worth two points.
when the ball enters the basket from above during play; worth 2 points, or 3 points if the shooter was standing behind the 3-point line.
When a player has two men exposed close together and the opposing checker lands between them without hitting one. A field goal is a specific type of air ball.
Kicking the ball through the goal posts; worth 3 points.
A basket scored from the field. Worth two points.
A method of scoring in which the offense kicks the football through the defense's goal posts.
A field goal, in rugby union and rugby league, is a play that, if attempted successfully, will score a number of points.
A field goal (formerly "goal from the field") in American football and Canadian football (collectively called gridiron football) is a goal that may be scored during general play ("from the field").
In basketball, the term field goal is the term for any basket not made from the free throw line. "Field Goal" is the official terminology used by the National Basketball Association (NBA) in their rule book, their box scores and statistics, and in referees' rulings. The same term is also the official wording used by the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA).