What are the typical dimensions of a high school football field?


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Counting the end zones, a standard American high school football field is 360 feet long. Each end zone is 10 yards, or 30 feet, deep, making the distance between end zones 300 feet, or 100 yards. A typical high school football field is 160 feet wide.

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High school football field measurements are extremely similar to college and professional football field measurements, with the primary difference being the width of the goal posts. The width of high school football goal posts are standardized at 23 feet and 4 inches, whereas the width of college and professional football goal posts is measured at 18 feet and 6 inches. All goal posts stand 10 feet above the ground.

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