There are 4, 15 minuite quarters in College Football
There are 4 quarters in a football game. They are each 15 minutes long.
Four quarters in a football game
My brother plays wreck ball and 4 quarters get played and the same in all football my older brother plays football for his school and 4 quarters get played in that also so 4 quarters get played
there is four.... fifteen minute quarters in the NFL
According to the FIFA Laws of the Game, a football match is played in two equal halves (not quarters). In the event that you're talking about American football, the answer is four--which is actually evident from the word "quarters" regardless of what sport you mean.
There are no quarters in Association Football, a match is divided into two halves.
There are four quarters lasting fifteen minutes each. As the word "quarter" suggests, there are four.
Four quarters of 15 minutes each.
No. They are called quarters because they are one quarter of the game. There are four quarters in an American football game.
In high school football they are classified as quarters.
Well it depends on how long you can last. But the normal regulation for any level of football is four quarters (Not including Over Time)
There are four quarters with a halftime period that follows the second quarter in ncaa football.
It has always been quarters.
... A quarter is the mathematical definition of one fourth of a whole, so obviously four.According to the FIFA Laws of the Game, a football match is played in two equal halves (not quarters). In the event that you're talking about American football, the answer is four--which is actually evident from the word "quarters" regardless of what sport you mean.
hi i am watchhiing th game (goo ravens) and i was wonndering how many quarters are in a game
my middle school quarters were 15 minutes long and we had 5 quarters.
If you think about it for, oh, one or two seconds - there are 4 quarters in a whole of anything, be it years, dollars, football games ... So two years would have 2 x 4 = 8 quarters.
This depends upon the rules of the state high school athletic association. For example, in Indiana a high school football player is limited to five quarters of participation per week. In Georgia, it's six quarters. In Montana, it's ten.
dude, ask you coach.