2 football fields are 2.6 acres!
It depends on the rules of the particular kind of football. A soccer pitch is between 7700 and 9600 square yards. That's between 1.6 and 1.98 acres. A Canadian Football Field (including end zones) is slightly larger, at 9750 square yards, or 2.01 acres, and an American Football Field (including end zones) is 6400 square yards or 1.32 acres. A Rugby League field (including end zones) is between 7616 square metres and 8296 square metres or between 1.88 and 2.05 acres
The answer is: There are about 1.32 acres in a standard American football field (including both end zones). If you want to exclude the end zones, the answer is about 1.1 acres.
0.75625 of a football field fits into one acre. 378.125 football fields fit into 500 acres. 0.7625 football fields in an acre X 500 acres = 378.125 football fields in 500 acres.
The width of a Canadian football field is 65 yards. The distance between the goal lines is 110 yards. The end zones are 20 yards deep. The goal posts are located on the goal line. Including end zones, the entire area of a Canadian football field is more than half again the entire area of an American football field. The width of the Canadian field, plus the depth of the Canadian end zone, provide a "wide open" style of play in Canada.
Not counting the endzones it is 1760 (yards in a mile) x 9 miles / 100 = 158.4 football fields. If you count the endzones you are adding 20 yards to the end of the 100 making it 132 fields.
A football field, within the "in-bounds" area of the field, is 0.9 acres -- starting at the goal line and ending at the 10 yard line on the other end of the field. When you include the full length of the field plus the end zones, a football field is 1.32 acres.A high school football field measures 360 feet long by 160 feet wide (playing area). This equals 57,600 square feet which translates to 1.32231 acres.
One and a half acres is exactly 6,070.28463m2