The length of a pitch must be between 100 yards (90m) and 130 yards (120m) and the width not less than 50 yards (45m) and not more than 100 yards (90m). In practice the pitch sizes vary much less than the rules above allow. All the current premiership clubs (season 2008-9) have pitches between 110 and 118 metres long and between 70 and 78 metres wide.
well there are different sizes of English footballs but in the premiership they use size 5 English footballs
yes anything could happen at any time if it is 90 meters it can expand and decrease at any time
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There really is no EXACT size, but they are usually about the size of a normal horse foal.
A Rounders pitch is 180.13 square metres in size
56 to be exact 56 to be exact
There is no exact size of a Tasmanian devil. For average sizes, see the related question.
There is no exact size of the smallpox virus
The size of Australia compared to Austrailia is the exact same size because it is the exact same thing?
There probably weren't any specific sizes of football pitch...not until the English had written out the rules in 1863 which would have stated size of the pitch between both goals.
The real size is 1ft*2ft
there is no exact size, they are all different.
The size of Fiji is the exact same size of the State of New Jersey, USA.
Here is part of an answer from another Football question about the origins or the beginning of the game. We don't really know how big the first ancient football pitch was. In 1863 the English invented football and set out specifcations for size of a football pitch.
The exact size is 1.98 sq km. and is 4.5 km. long by a width varying between 350 and 1,700 metres.
A size 27 is a 9.5 in English sizes. It is also a size 10.5 in US sizes.
The neck size of a XXL dress shirt will be close to a 18 or 18.5 inch neck. You may need to do an exact measurement of your neck to get the exact size.
The size of Pluto's moon in 750 miles
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The larger the guitar, the larger the surface area, and therefore the pitch decreases. On the contrary, the size of a guitar does not affect pitch at all. The size of the strings regulates pitch. For example, a string bass has a very deep pitch but it is the string length not the body size that controls that. The body size does contribute resonance with acoustic instruments, so a larger body would make a bigger sound.
You need to say which European country to be exact, Indian/English sizes are the same, 8 in India and 8 in England, in France for example the equivalent size would be 43 and this may be the same for Spain.