Q: How many football fields in 1000 yards?

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Well, a football field is typically a 100 yards. A 1000 feet equals a tad over 333.33 yards. Thus 1000 feet would be approximately three football fields. That is is we are talking about American football.

8.8 American football fields.

22.58 American football fields.

About 9. Football: 100x53.3 yards Polo: 300x160 yards

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Not counting the endzones it is 1760 (yards in a mile) x 9 miles / 100 = 158.4 football fields. If you count the endzones you are adding 20 yards to the end of the 100 making it 132 fields.

Two football fields are 7,200 inches long, if you count one football field as 100 yards. 2 football fields x 100 yards per football field x 3 feet in a yard x 12 inches in a foot = 7200 inches.

An acre equals 4840 square yards. The dimensions of a football field (not including both the goal areas) is 100 yards by 53 yards, or 5300 square yards. So, if you divide 5300 sq yards by 4840 sq yards (an acre), one notes that ~1.1 acres fit into a football field.

LSU is the only one

An NFL field is 100 yards long, which is 300 feet, so half of that is 150 feet.

Well, a football field is 50 yards by 100 yards, so that is 5000 square yards.3.5 million square miles (5280 feet/1 mile)(1 yard/3 feet)= 6,160,000,000 yards square-------------------------------------------so,6,160,000,000 yrd2/5000 yrds2= 1,232,000 football fields====================

None of them do. Every American (NFL) football field is 120 yards by 531/3 yards = 6,400 square yards = 5,351.2 square meters. (rounded) 200 square meters is about 0.0374 of one American football field.