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Assuming one considers the end zones and sidelines part of the football field, about five laps around the field would equal 1 mile. More accurately, 1 mile is equal to approximately 4.96 laps around the exact perimeter o... More »

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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 »

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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 fo... More »

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In a 25-yard pool, 70.4 laps equal a mile. Dividing the number of yards in a mile (1,760) by the length of the pool (25) results in the number of laps that are in a mile. More »

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A total of 17.6 American football fields are in a mile. If that number of football fields were laid out end to end, they would occupy the linear distance of a mile. More »

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One-thousand square feet is approximately one-fiftieth the area of an NFL standard football field. It is also equivalent to the area that would be covered by 1,540 sheets of 8 1/2-inch by 11-inch paper laid edge to edge. More »

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The equivalent of 100 yards, which is the length of a football field from goal line to goal line, is about 300 feet. One yard is equal to 3 feet. Given that 36 inches make up a yard, 100 yards is composed of 3,600 inches... More »

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