How many football fields equal to a mile?

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How many 100 yard football fields are there in a mile?

1 mile = 17.6 American football fields.

How many football fields can fit into a square mile?

484 Total football fields.

How many football fields in a quarter of a mile?

4.4 American football fields.

How many football fields can you fit in a square mile?

A standard football field measures 360 feet by 160 feet. There are 27,878,400 feet in a square mile. This means that you could fit a total of 484 standard football fields in a square mile.

Is a mile really 17 football fields long?

If a football fiels is 100 yards (300 ft) and a mile is 5280 ft then a mile is 17.6 football fields.

1760 yards is equal to?

1 Mile, 5280 feet. 17 & 6/10 football fields.

How many miles in 3 football fields?

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.

How many miles in fottball fields?

One American football field is 0.05681 mile.

How many football fields can fit in 9 miles?

Not counting the endzones it is 1760 (yards in a mile) x 9 miles / 100 = 158.4 football fields. If you count the endzones you are adding 20 yards to the end of the 100 making it 132 fields.

How many laps around a football field to equal a mile?

a little more than 6

How long does it take to walk the length of 2 football fields?

It depends how fast one is walking. The length of two football fields is equal to about 11.26% of a mile. therefore, if you are walking at 3 miles per hour, it would take 2 minutes and 15 seconds.

Hom many football fields are in a mile?

The answer is 17.6 football fields using 5280 ft(1 mi.) divided by 300. Of course this number will be a bit less if you accounted for the size of the endzones at each end of the field. If you account for the endzones, the answer is 14.666 football fields. Using the same 5280 ft in a mile divided by 360 ft. The endzones are 10 yds(30ft) each.