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one football field is approximately 100 metres long and 70 metres wide which makes 7000 square meters.

a nrl field is 100 metres long and 50 metres wide

A field hockey ground should be/is exactly 91.4 metres by 55 metres. A football field can range between 90 and 120 metres long, and 45 to 90 metres wide (and also longer than it is wide, but this is an unrelated point). Thus, for a smaller football field, it could be exactly the samesize as a field hockey ground, but it is unlikely when comparing the majority of fields.

According to the GAA rules, a Gaelic Football pitch can be between 130 metres and 145 metres long and between 80 metres and 90 metres wide. On that basis a 5km run will take between 10.6 and 11.9 laps approximately.

No. A rugby pitch is 100 metres minium goal line to goal line and 70 metres maximum touch line to touch line. A football field is 53 yards wide and 100 years long

There is some flexibility in how large a pitch has to be but Gaelic Football and Hurling are played on a pitch approximately 137 metres long and 82 metres wide.

Under FIFA regulations an international standard football pitch must be between 65 and 74 metres wide.

According to FIFA law 1, the pitch for international matches must be between 100 and 110 metres long and between 64 and 75 metres wide. This gives an area of between 6400 and 8250 square metres.

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there is 6399.9999999999999999999999999996 yards in a football field. That's 120 yards long and 53 1/3 wide

Association football pitches are not all the same size, although most professional football teams will play on a pitch which will measure 105 by 68 metres (115 yards Ã— 74 yards).

You don't mention which form of football you are inquiring about.However, the goalpost to goalpost dimension would normally be referred to as the length, as it is the greater of the two dimensions. The other measurement, from sideline to sideline would be the width.In international rugby, the length of the pitch must not exceed 100 metres, and the width must not exceed 69 metres.In international soccer, the length must be between 100 and 110 metres, and the width must be between 64 metres and 75 metres.In American football, the gridiron is 100 yards long, by 100 feet wide.In Gaelic football. the field is approximately 137 metres long and 82 metres wide.In Australian Rules football, the oval is between 135 and 185 metres long, and between 110 and 155 metres wide.

Field Hockey fields are 100 yards (91.5 metres) long and 60 yards (55 metres) wide.

A regulation field hockey field measures 91.4 metres long (100 yards) by 55 metres wide (60 yards).

The Length of a football pitch is 108 metres and is 83 metres wide.

The standard field hockey goal-post is 12 feet (3.66 metres) wide, and 7 feet (2.14 metres) high, measured internally.

91.4 metres long, 55 metres wide.

An American football field is 0.11 kilometers long and .05 kilometers wide. Less than a kilometer.

A Canadian Football field is 65 yards wide by 150 yards long. Thus, a Canadian Football field is 9750 sq yards or 87,750 sq feet which equals 2.01 acres.

Soccer fields vary in width and length: 45 to 90 metres wide by 90 to 120 metres long.

The official width of an NFL football field is 160 feet.

100 yards No, actually, an NFL football field in 53.3 yards wide (160 feet).

The field is 85 feet wide, the same width as an NHL Rink.

An American Football field is 48.768 meters (160 feet) wide.

A football pitch is measured in metres. In association football the pitch is between 90 and 120 metres long and between 65 and 74 metres wide. The goalpost are 7.32 metres apart and 2.44 metres high. The goal area extends to 5.5 metres either side of the goal, and 5.5 metres in front of it. The penalty area extends 16.5 metres either side of the goal, and 16.5 metres in front of it. The penalty spot is 11 metres in front of the centre of the goal. The edge of the 'D' is 9.15 metres from the penalty spot. The cemtre circle is 9.15 metres from the centre spot ( the middle of the halfway line).