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Since the dimensions of a standard football pitch are 10,500 x 6,800cm, and a standard football pitch is a rectangle, then 10,500 x 6,800 = 71,400,000, so the area is 71.4 million cm2.
The dimensions of a standard football pitch are 105 by 68 metres, so 105 x 68 = 7,140m2.
Football pitches vary in size. The maximum area would be GAY square meters.
depends, generally fields are 100ft-by-50ft
The largest size of a full football pitch is 90m wide by 120m long. Multiply these two dimensions if you want the area (10,800 m²) :] :p By Husna
Yes football pitch is big than cricket pitch
Because it's area is six yards
200 for a football pitch okay
Roughly a tennis court :}
The manager is only allowed on the bench(and in the bench area) and in the technical area during play or invited onto the pitch by the referee in exceptional circumstances (like if there is a fight or somthin)
Is a football pitch a 100 metres in length?
The length of a standard football pitch is 105 metres.
9 aside football pitch size
1 . 25 acres in a football pitch , .45 hectares in a football pitch .
A football pitch is the field upon which the sport football is played. The regulation size of a pitch is approximately 76,854.3204 square feet.
The answer is in the question "area = length multiplied by width" the equation tells you what the surface area of something (eg a football pitch) is.
UK- football pitch. US- soccer pitch, soccer field.
A maximum size football pitch is 120 x 90 metres. This is an area of 10 800 square metres; one hectare is 10 000 square metres. So a full size pitch could be 1.08 ha.
On a football pitch of course.
Here is part of an answer from another Football question about the origins or the beginning of the game. We don't really know how big the first ancient football pitch was. In 1863 the English invented football and set out specifcations for size of a football pitch.
In Britain, football is played on a football pitch, or a soccer pitch. A football club may have their home ground, such as Turf Moor, for Burnley Football Club, in Burnley, Lancashire, England.