60 minutes on the clock. 15 minutes per quarter. 4 quarter's per game.
Once the puck stops the clock stops. When the puck is dropped the clock starts. A Total of one full hour (60 Minutes) of actual playing time.
As the game is played for 80 minutes that would be 20 minutes.
In the NFL, there are four quarters of 15 minutes each. So that's 60 minutes of actual play time. As for why a televised football game takes 3-4 hours to watch, you'd have to ask the advertisers. As for actual action in a game, that generally is 12-15 minutes.
Minutes played (how many minutes the player was in the game).
There are 48 minutes in a standard NBA game. There are 4 quarters, each with 12 minutes. If there is an overtime, an extra 5 minutes is played.
60 minutes on the clock - 12-15 minutes is average playing time. This means that the average player plays 6 minutes and 15 seconds, depending on how much time his offensive or defensive team is on the field.
90 mins plus stoppage time (time added on for injuries/when the ball was out of play) the length of stoppage time is up to the referee.
I played basketball in the 8th grade at my school and we played 9 minutes for each quarter. So basically in a full game we played for 36 minutes total. :) hope this was helpful
There are two periods played in a whole game of college basketball. Both periods are 20 minutes long. But with timeouts and fouls called during the game, the game goes on longer.