How many meters in a soccer field?
From goal to goal, the soccer field is like a football field, it has 100 meters from one end to the other.
According to FIFA - the international body that governs world soccer - the official length of a soccer field is a minimum of 90 meters (100 yards) and a maximum of 120 meters (130 yards). For International Matches The length is a minimum of 100 meters (110 yards) and a maximum of 110 meters (120 yards). (See the Related link to the aforementioned FIFA laws.) Either yards, or meters.
The Laws of the Game, which govern the play of soccer worldwide, state that the width of a soccer field must be between 50 and 100 yards (45 to 90 meters, or 150 to 300 feet). For international matches, this is restricted to a range of 70 to 80 yards (64 to 75 meters, or 210 to 240 feet). In all cases, the width of a soccer field must be shorter than its length.
depends, most fields are about 100ft-by-50ft A football field is 300 feet, (100 yards) by 150 feet, (50 yards). I know a soccer is a lot bigger than a football field. I think a soccer field is like 120 meters X 60 meters. Do you care to revise your 100' X 50' answer? The real answer is 120m by 60m...... I think