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A playing area for Field Hockey, as specified by the International Hockey Federation, measures 100 yards by 60 yards (91.40 m x 55.00 m).

Therefore the area is 6000 square yards = 1.24 acres (5027 square metres), and perimeter = 320 yards (292.80 metres).

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The perimeter of a hockey rink is close to 522 feet. The rink is 200 feet long and has a width of 85 feet.

The perimeter of a standard Hockey rink is 570 Feet

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The perimeter of a standard hockey rink is about 522 feet.

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what is the square feet of a hockey rink

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A standard hockey rink in the NHL is 61 meters long. This is also the standard length in Olympic hockey, although the Olympic rink is wider. Beyond such leagues where a standard size is required, the game can be played on almost any size of rink, and is often simply fit to the available circumstance.

Actually, a regulation hockey rink is 85 by 200 ft. Olympic ice is 100 by 200 ft. Most figure skaters practice and perform on hockey rinks because it is more cost efficient to have ice that can be utilized by both hockey and figure skaters alike. Olympic bound skaters mainly practice at training centers devoted entirely to figure skating. ACTUALLY international ice rinks are 98ft x 200ft.

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