Archery is normally practiced, as a Competition Sport, on an archery range. Although an archery range can sometimes be located in the center area of a running track (that circular track used for running sports) at the local high-school or college, many archery ranges are located in archery stores (perfect for winter-time archery) and parks, the ranges located in parks are usually for the use of the general Public, free of charge. There are even ranges which are built separate from other sport fields and arenas.
I play archery in a field
It can be played in every season, although most people usually play it in winter
Archery is practised but not played, you shot archery you don't play archer
Archery can be "played" in almost any field (archery isn't really "played", as with football or baseball, though; archery is "done"), but it is usually done at what is called an archery range. A range is where a series of targets are set up at various distances from the archer, and all the archers using the range shoot from the same place (or line). This way, one archer will not be shooting while another archer is in front of him/her, eliminating the possibility of someone being shot with an arrow. Ranges can be set up both outdoors and a in building, so that archery can be done year-round.
Traditional archery consisted of a long bow (usually of yew) and a quiver (container) of arrows. So knives are not part of archery.
Archery is not a game, and therefore is not played. It is generally an activity that requires its participants to shoot arrows at multiple targets.
Archery was first used for hunting and combat.
While plenty of sports are played on a court or field, archery is played on a range. It is often where the deer and the antelope play, but they are often evacuated before a tournament.
usually a field, but sometimes in competitions people use fake animals to hide in the forest. the archers go around shooting the fake animals
usually red or black
Usually red, yellow or black
usually a brite color or black
This depends on the type of archery; the most common form is target archery. This involves shooting arrows usually 3 or 6 at a time at targets at various distances. The aim is to try and get the highest scores by hitting the concentric rings closest to the centre.
FITA indoor archery is 18 or 25m. Outdoor is 30 to 90m for men, 30 to 70m for women. Olympic archery is 70m. Imperial indoor archery is usually 20 yards. Outdoor ranges from 40 to 100 yards for seniors, 10 to 80 yards for juniors (under 18).
usually plastic, sometimes metal or have rubber coating
Depends on the scoring system. usually 10.
Archery was very popular during this era. The most skilled archers would win prizes. This was an individual sport played by men of all classes. It was also played by pregnant women. It was said that the roar of the crowd at the archery arena would ensure her unborn son to become a skillful archer.
There are 204 country's in the loan Olympics 2012
jousting, archery, javelin throwing
It was used for hunting
india,u.s.a., china and other places
Tennis, bowling, archery.
jousting, archery, and hunting with falcons...
It is usually called a target but the center of it is called a bulls eye.
Depending on the activity played in archery, you can have up to several hundred people doing the same archery activity at once. However, most archery activities (such as target shooting, popinjay, splitting the wand etc) only actually need one shooter, assuming no degree of competition is desired.