What Is the Size of a Football Field?

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The standard size of a football field is a rectangle of 105 metres long and 68 metres wide. The standard area of a football pitch is 7140 square metres though most ancient football fields had no standard dimensions.
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The size of a standard football field is 100-130 yards (90-120 meters) in length and 50-100 yards (45-90 meters) in width. The length of the field must exceed the width.
The size of a football field can depend on what regulations are in force. The football field size of an NFL field is three hundred sixty feet long and one hundred twenty feet wide.
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