The penalty spot is 12 yards from the goal line.
Generally, the holder kneels down six yards behind the line of scrimmage for a field goal attempt.
120 yards. End line to end line is a 100 yards. The end zones are 10 yards each.
It is 100 yards from goal line to goal line.
at each end is an end zone with a goal line 20 yards from the end of the field. how many yards long is the playing field between the two goal lines
The playing area is expected to be 100 meters goal line to goal line and 70 meters wide.
A field goal can be attempted from anywhere on the field, so the distance from the 40 yard line isn't really relevant to anything. If you're asking how many extra yards the ball must travel relative to the line of scrimmage, you must allow seven yards to snap the ball back to the holder, plus ten yards to reach the back of the end zone (where the uprights are positioned). Therefore, if the line of scrimmage is the 40-yard line, you would have a 57-yard field goal attempt.
One football field is 300 yards from goal line to goal line. 1 yard = 3 feet. If you are wanting to know how many feet are from goal line to goal line, it would be 300 feet. The end-zones are another 10 yards each. This adds another 60 total feet. If you are asking from goal post to goal post it would be 360 feet.