How Big Is a Soccer Field?

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A regulation soccer field can vary in length. It must be rectangular in size, but can be between 50 and 100 yards wide and 100 and 130 yards in length.
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The International Football Association Board defines the standard pitch as being 105m in length and 68m in width.
Overall tolerances are more generous, 90-120m for the touch line, 45-90m for the goal line.
A soccer field is actually larger than a football field. Its length can be between 100 and 130 yards. The width is between 50 and 100 yards. Fields can be smaller for little league games.
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