A mile is 1,760 yards long and a football field is 100 yards long. Therefore if you fit them end to end, you can fit 17.6 fields inside. However, if you fit them side by side you can do the same arithmetic using the width of the field, which I don't happen to know offhand. 18
A football field is 120 yards in length .... 100 yards of playing field and two 10 yard end zones. A mile is 1760 yards in length.
So (1760/120) = 14.66666666666666
1/2 mile = 880 yards = 2,640 feet.
The official NFL football field is 120 yards long and 160 feet wide.
1/2 mile = (880/120) = 7-1/3 lengths of the field.
1/2 mile = (2,640/160) = 16-1/2 widths of the field
Assuming the 3.1 miles is length and is at least 53 yards wide, you can fit 45 100 yard fields each with 2 10 yard end zones. There would be almost no room between each field.
There would be 68,181.8182 fields in one million miles.
120 (the number of yards in a football field) yards = 0.0681818182 miles
0.0681818182 x 1,000,000 = 68,181.8182
4 times around the football track equals a mile.
35.2 American football fields.
16 times around a football field is the same as 4 miles.
The tracks around a football field are typically designed to be a quartermile track, meaning 4 times around gives you a mile. If you walk around the outside edge of a standard US Football field, (120 yards by 53 1/3 yards wide) it is just over 5 times around to equal 1760 yards, or one mile.
one mile = 1760 yards,1/4 mile = 440 yardsMost modern track and field distances are now measured in meters, 100, 200, 400.....Back in the day they were measured in yards, 100, 220, 440, 880.....