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A regulation size football field is 360 feet long by 160 feet wide, or 120 yards long by 53.3 yards wide. In addition to the playing field, the football field has two end zones that are 30 feet deep.


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.


Two teams have a short-term joint history, the St. Louis Rams are in their third city, and the Arizona Cardinals are in their fourth city. The Oakland Raiders are the only NFL team that moved and returned to its original city.


The standard length of a football field is 120 yards, or 360 feet. Football fields are 160 feet wide. Football stadiums provide extra space around the field for players, coaches and media members to stand and to prevent players from running into barriers at high speeds.


A regulation football playing field is 100 yards in length. However, the actual length of a football field can be longer due to extended areas that aren't traditionally in the field of play.


The NFL and NCAA use different size footballs in order to make the game an appropriate level of difficulty for players. NFL footballs are the largest on the market.


NFL football can be watched online through NFL.com, which offers live streaming. In addition, NFL football is available to watch online through sites such as ESPN.go.com and Liveball.tv.


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 exhibition Pro Bowl game is held between the final rounds of the playoffs.


An NFL football game schedule, such as the one at NFL.com, typically includes information about the time the game begins, the channel on which the game is televised, which team is the home team and which team is the visiting team. Almost every NFL game is played in one of the two teams' home cities


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.