Q: What is the width of the penalty area on a football pitch?

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Goal width = 16.5 m Distance from goalpost to each edge = 16.5 m Width of penalty area = 3 * 16.5 = 49.5 m Depth of penalty area = 16.5 m Area of penalty area = 49.5 * 16.5 = 816.75 m2

The answer is in the question "area = length multiplied by width" the equation tells you what the surface area of something (eg a football pitch) is.

The largest size of a full football pitch is 90m wide by 120m long. Multiply these two dimensions if you want the area (10,800 m²) :] :p By Husna

44 yards is the total width.

According to FIFA "Within each penalty area, a penalty mark is made 11 m (12 yds) from the midpoint between the goalposts and equidistant to them. "

It is a direct free kick, or a penalty kick if a defender kicks an attacker in the defender's penalty area.

The penalty area is an 18 yard deep and 44 yard wide rectangle centered in front of the goal at either end of an Association Football pitch. This is the only area in which a defending goalkeeper may handle the ball. If a defending player commits a direct free kick offense within this area, the attacking team is awarded a penalty kick instead of a direct free kick. There is a smaller area, 6 yards deep and 20 yards wide, called the goal area, inside of the penalty area.

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NO because then its the others team kick. however some soccer teams go in the penalty area on purpose to complete there plan.

There are several rectangles on a football pitch; the whole pitch itself, the two halves, the two penalty areas, and the two goal areas. If you include the immediate surroundings of the field of play, the areas inside the goal, the goal opening, the shape of most goal frames, the imaginary planes extending upward from the touch lines, goal lines, goal area lines, penalty area lines, and the halfway line, the technical area, the scoreboard, the fourth official's number board or flag, the assistant referees' flags, the corner flags, the optional halfway flags, the referee's penalty cards and scorecard, and probably much more could be included.