A high school football field is 360 feet long. The field has a width of 160 feet. End zones are ten feet deep.

Yes, the yards used in football are three feet long, just as the normal definition.

The official size of an NFL football field is 360 feet or 120 yards in length endzone to endzone and 160 feet or 53 1/3 yards in width.

Given that there are 100 yards in a football field, and that 1 kilometer is 1093.6133 yards (google calculator), then that would be reason to believe that 1 kilometer is 10.936133 football fields (1093.6133/100). However, if you are also taking into consideration the length of the field plus the length of the endzones, then 1 kilometer is 9.11344417 football fields (1093.6133/120).

Goalposts in American football are 20 feet high, 18 feet 6 inches wide, and have a crossbar 10 feet above the ground that the ball must cross over to make a successful field goal or point after touchdown.

1 yard = 0.9144 meter (according to my converter)

So: Length = 100 yards = 91.44 meter

Width = 50 yards (?) = 45.72 meter

It should be three feet as the field measures 100 yards not including the endzone, and the yard marks are every ten and five yards. Because there are 3 feet in one yard we can say that each hash is three feet apart.

the height and width of the goal

is 20 feet wide and 8 feet tall

A professional sized pitch is 300m in perimeter two 100m sides by two 50m ends

A field goal can be attempted from anywhere on the field, so the distance from the 40 yard line isn't really relevant to anything.

If you're asking how many extra yards the ball must travel relative to the line of scrimmage, you must allow seven yards to snap the ball back to the holder, plus ten yards to reach the back of the end zone (where the uprights are positioned).

Therefore, if the line of scrimmage is the 40-yard line, you would have a 57-yard field goal attempt.

Laws state the posts shall be no less than 3.4 meters from ground level and the cross bar shall be 3 meters from the ground. How ever the nights of each upright are usually well above 3.4 meters

The penalty spot is 12 yards from the goal line.

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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.

The size of a high school football field is the same as that of college and the pros.

Since there are 100 yards in a field, we can concede that the length is 100 feet. Also, the end zones are each 10 yards deep, so the total length is 360 feet.

The width of the field is 53 1/3 yards, or 160 feet.

Conclusion:

Length: 120 yards or 360 feet.

Width: 53 1/3 yards or 160 feet.

no none of the football fields are heated that would be impossible

NOT IMPOSSIBLE - Invesco Field at Mile High has heating during the winter months by a network of 21 miles of underground hot water tubing.

0.75625 of a football field fits into one acre. 378.125 football fields fit into 500 acres.

0.7625 football fields in an acre

X 500 acres

= 378.125 football fields in 500 acres.

The official US football playing field is 120 yards long- 100 yards between the goal lines and end zones which are each 10 yards deep.

The field is uniformly 53 1/3 yards wide (160 feet) from sideline to sideline.

Metric equivalents : goal to goal 91.44 meters (109.728 meters total), width 48.768 meters.

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.