What Is the Official Size of Football Goal Posts?

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The British standard measurements for goal posts are 7.32 by 2.44 metres for a full size eleven-a-side, 6.40 by 2.13 metres for youth football, 3.66 by 1.83 metres for mini-soccer, 4.88 by 1.83 metres for small sided football and 3.00 by 2.00 metres for futsal.
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