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An acre equals 4840 square yards. The dimensions of a football field (not including both the goal areas) is 100 yards by 53 yards, or 5300 square yards. So, if you divide 5300 sq yards by 4840 sq yards (an acre), one notes that ~1.1 acres fit into a football field.

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Q: How many football fields in 60 acre?

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