The NFL's field of play is 100 yards long and 53 1/3 yards wide, as of 2015. It is flanked by end zones 10 yards deep. The entire field is surrounded by a 6-foot border. More »

An official flag football game is played on a field that is 60 yards long by 30 yards wide and has first-down markers every 15 yards and end zones 7 yards long. The total length of the field, including both end zones, is... More »

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 fo... More »

A NFL coach may challenge a call during a game by throwing a red flag onto the field. This indicates to the officiating crew that the coach feels there may be sufficient evidence to overturn a call. In order to ensure th... More »

Per the NFL rule book, the goal posts must be 18 feet 6 inches apart and extend vertically at least 30 feet above the cross bar. The top face of the cross bar must be exactly 10 feet above ground. The goal posts must be ... More »

The official NFL website provides scores from the current season back to 2001. The scores are divided by weeks and categorized into the preseason and the regular season. More » Sports & Active Lifestyle Classic Sports American Football

The NFL uses a 17 week regular season schedule and a four week postseason schedule. The regular season is preceded by a four preseason schedule during which teams play exhibition games against each other, and an the exhi... More » Sports & Active Lifestyle Classic Sports American Football