a football field is 260 feet long. No, a football field is 360 feet long including the end zones.
the playing field is 300 feetbut including the end zones it is 360 feet
The length of a American football field is 120 yards or 360 feet (including the end zones).
Including both end zones, the field is 420 feet long and 160 feet wide.
The standard American football field is 160 feet wide. Including both end zones, it is 360 feet long. To obtain the area of the field in square feet, multiply those numbers to get 57,600. Then divide that figure by the number of square feet in an acre (43,560) to find out how many acres are in a football field. The answer is: There are 1.322 acres in a standard American football field (including both end zones). If you want to exclude the end zones, the answer is 1.102.
The American football field, including end zones, is 360 feet long by 160 feet wide, so the area is 57,600 square feet, which is a little less than one and one third acres. The Canadian football field, including end zones, is 450 feet long by 195 feet wide, so the area is 87,750 square feet, which is a little over two acres.
57,600 sq. ft.-that's including both end zones..
360 feet by 160 feet this includes both end zones.. The field of play is 300 feet by 160 feet and does not include the end zones.
A high school football field is 360 feet long. The field has a width of 160 feet. End zones are ten feet deep.
The NFL Field size: Playing field: 300 Feet x 160 feet End Zone: 30 Feet x 160 Feet Overall Size (including both end zones): 360 Feet x 160 Feet
There is 5280 feet in a mile X 1.5 = 7920 feet divided by 300 feet in a football field minus end zones = 26.4 football fields in 1.5 miles.
160 feet wideStandard football fields (as opposed to "arena football" fields) are 120 yards long, including the end zones, and fifty yards wide.25 yd
A NFL regulation sized football field is 360 feet long, 160 feet wide and the end zones, one at each end of the field, are 30 feet deep.
A single NBA basketball court measures 94 feet long by 50 feet wide. A single NFL field measures 420 feet long (including the end zones) by 160 feet wide. Therefore it would be possible to fit 12 basketball courts onto a single football field. However, if you don't include the end zones, then it would be 9 basketball courts.
There are 100 yards between end zones on a football field. Each yard is equal to 3 feet so there are 300 feet between end zones. 1500 feet divided by 300 feet is 5, so 1500 feet is the length of 5 football fields.
Goal line to goal line, a standard American football field is 160 feet wide and 300 feet long. The end zones are extended 30 feet beyond each goal line.
In American football, the distance between the goal lines is 300 feet and the distance between the sidelines is 160 feet.
The field is 360 feet long and 160 feet wide. The end zones are 30 feet deep. The line used in PAT plays is two yards out from the goal line.
An American football field is 100 yards by 160 feet, not including end zones. That equals 48,000 square feet. An acre is 43,560 square feet, so 8 acres would be 348,480 square feet. Dividing 348,480 by 48,000 gives us 7.62 football fields that would fit into an 8 acre area.
Ten acres is the equivalent of 435,600 square feet. A football field including end zones is 57,600 square feet. Ten acres works out to a little over 7 and a 1/2 foot ball fields.
A football field is 100 yards long. There are 3 feet in a yard. Thus, a football field is 300 feet long.
A football field, within the "in-bounds" area of the field, is 0.9 acres -- starting at the goal line and ending at the 10 yard line on the other end of the field. When you include the full length of the field plus the end zones, a football field is 1.32 acres.A high school football field measures 360 feet long by 160 feet wide (playing area). This equals 57,600 square feet which translates to 1.32231 acres.
An American football field is 300 feet long between the goal lines, and the end zones add another ten yards or 30 feet each. So 500 feet is 500/360 football fields, or (to two significant figures) 1.4 football fields. Other "football" field lengths vary widely.