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In American Football (NFL, NCAA, 11-man High School) it is 100 Yards.

In Canadien Fooball it is 110 Yards.

Some states have 8-man or 6-man football in high school. The field is reduced to 80 yards.

What is it in feet?????????????100/3= 33 1/3

In Canadien Fooball it is 110 Yards.

Some states have 8-man or 6-man football in high school. The field is reduced to 80 yards.

What is it in feet?????????????100/3= 33 1/3

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Goal post to goal post, a football field is 360 feet long.

120 yards

endzone to endzone it is 120 yds goalpost to goalpost is130 yds bout when the goal bends it is then 120 yds sideline to sideline 53.6 yds

Since the goalposts are at the back of the end zones, the total length is 120 yards.

A football field is 360 feet in length. The playing surface is 300 feet (100 yards) and the endzones are each 30 feet (10 yards) in length.

120 yards

3650 feet

It is believed to be 116 yards.

124 yards

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