What is the size of a Canadian football field?
The width of a Canadian football field is 65 yards. The distance between the goal lines is 110 yards. The end zones are 20 yards deep. The goal posts are located on the goal line. Including end zones, the entire area of a Canadian football field is more than half again the entire area of an American football field. The width of the Canadian field, plus the depth of the Canadian end zone, provide a "wide open" style of play in Canada.
An acre is 43,560 square feet. An American football field is 46,440 square feet. You do the math. A Canadian football field is 93, 600 square feet. You do the math. You can have other kinds of football, Italian, European, Australian rules. Of course European rules football does not have a standard size field. Only the size of the goal posts are standard.
American Football Field: Let's see, there are: One million micrometers in a meter. 100 yards in an American football field. 91.44 meters in 100 yards. So, an American football field would be 91440000 micrometers long. Did you really mean micrometers? Just to add to the previous (accurate) post.... Canadian Football Field A Canadian Football field is 100 metres long so 100,000,000 micrometers long. Football/Soccer Field If you are talking about Football as in what North…
You should specify WHICH kind of football as this is an international forum. A British football field (Soccer) is 100 yards long. An NFL football field is 120 yards long. A CFL ( Canadian) football field is 150 yards long. An AFL (Australian ) football field has no fixed dimension and can be from 135 to 185 metres long, and is always oval shaped.
An American football field measures 100 yards between the goal lines by 53 1/3 yards between the sidelines, with end zones that are 10 yards deep. A Canadian football field measures 110 yards between the goal lines by 65 yards between the sidelines, with end zones that are 20 yards deep. 120 yards long by 53 1/3 yards wide
There is little data available regarding the average size of a CFL player. There is, however, less discrepancy in size in the Canadian Football League than in the NFL of the United States. Canadian football tends to focus more on speed and basic athleticism than the NFL, which encourages specialized players.