The "23 metre" line (actually 22.90 metres overall) defines the defensive zone in Field Hockey. It is the line at which a fully-padded goalkeeper may not take part in play, and the limit at which a severe penalty can be awarded a penalty corner.
There are two 25 yard marks and one 50 yard line. So there are 100 yards on a field hockey field!
The 50 yard line.
a short corner is taken on the back line in the D and has too be hit out of the D before it can be shot at goal, a long corner is taken from the sideline and has to move 5 metres before its hit into the D
one hundredth of a football field from touchdown line to touchdown line. A yard stick is a yard long.
depends if the field is a high school of pro or college field
5182 hockey pucks will fit into a cubic yard.
There is no 50 yard line on a soccer field. That would be the pointy football next door you're looking for. But, as a pure math problem, there are always 150 feet in 50 yards.
The kicker. At there on 30 yard line
Play is restarted in the same way as whenever an attacker plays the ball over the backline: with a 16 yard hit, in front of the goal.