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.
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A regulation size football field is 120 yards long.
there is 6399.9999999999999999999999999996 yards in a football field. That's 120 yards long and 53 1/3 wide
Yes. All American football fields are 120 yards long, and all Canadian football fields are 150 yards long.
An arena football field is 50 yards long.
300 yards from one goal line to the other...then another 60 yards in end field space. Your answer could be 300 yards or 360 yards.300 yards because once football field is 100 yards long.
50 yards long not counting the endzone, 60 yards long if counting the endzone
105m long and 68m wide or 114.8 yards long and 74.4 yards wide (measurements rounded to a tenth of a yard) There are aprox. 8541.12 square yards in a football pitch
No, because it is only 8 yards long. And on a football there is 100 yards counting by 10 yards
A regulation sized football field is 120 yards long. North Endzone: 10 yards Playing Field: 100 Yards South Endzone: 10 Yards
A football cannot be 100 yards long! 1 yard = 0.9144 metres so 100 yards = 91.44 metres.
The original football field was 140 yards long. It shrank in the late 19th century to 110 yards (where it remained in Canada), and then to 100 yards.
In American football, it is 100 yards long.
10 yards long by 53 1/3 yards wide
100 yards. 120 with end-zones.
about 2000 yards a game
120 yards including the endzones
100 yards long plus 10 more yards each for the two end zones
An American football field is 120 yards long by 53 1/3 yards wide. == ==
An American football field is 120 yards long and 53 1/3 yards wide.