How Many Laps around a Football Field Equal a Mile?

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It takes an average of four laps around a football field to equal a mile. Four laps equals a mile around most high school football fields, but the lap count around a college field could vary slightly. Running around a football field is a good and easy way for a runner to track exactly how many miles they are running. Runners can also use a device called a pedometer to easily track and calculate running distance.
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