What Is the Area of a Football Pitch?

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The area of the football field varies from one pitch to another. The average UK Premiership pitch measures 114 x 74 yards, with an standard area of 8414 square yards (104 x 68 m, area of 7036 square metres). Since 2007,the football pitch for A international matches was standardized the size of the, 105 metres long and 68 metres wide (instead of a minimum and maximum length - from 100m to 110m). The minimum and the maximum width is from 64m to 75m.
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The area of a football field in American standard size is 120 yards long by 53.3 yards wide. In Canada, football fields are 159 yards long by 65 yards wide. For more information see
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The length of pitch for international matches should be 100-110m & the width should be 65-75m. So playing area 6500 m2 to 8250 m2. Thanks for 82Asking!
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goal, box, centre, centre circle, sidelines, halfway line ! two sections for each team!
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the standard size of a football pitch is 90-120 metres x 45-90 metres. in international matches, the size will be 100-110 metres x 64-75 metres. Source(s): http://www.fifa.com/en/
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Not all football pitches are of the same area. The area of a standard pitch can range from 4,050 square meters and 10,800 square meters. The length of the pitch must exceed the width.
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