Not exactly. A standard hockey field outline is exactly 91.40m x 55.00m while a soccer pitch outline can vary in width between 45m - 90m, and in length from 90m - 120m (as long as the touch line is longer than the goal line). There is a possibility that a soccer field may have the exact dimensions of a hockey field in outline only. There are also the differences of a circle (scoring area) against two rectangles (penalty box), and the absence of the 23m lines in soccer or the centre circle in hockey. There are additional marks required on a hockey field that a soccer pitch does not contain.
94 m x 55 m
91.40 m × 55 m i think
Yes, both field hockey and ice hockey are played professionally in some parts of the world. Field hockey is more common in Europe and parts of Oceania, South America and Asia; ice hockey is virtually restricted to Arctic Circle countries.
The size of a stick should be 15cm wide
Then the the ball will go out at the 16.
The opposing team gets a corner.
You can only score within the semi circle or 'D' as its known.
An indoor hockey pitch is 18m to 22m wide by 36m to 44m long.
depends on your size, but generally, for an adult 36.5"