A soccer field is typically a rectangle between 100 and 130 yards long and 50 to 100 yards wide, with a halfway line, a center circle, two penalty areas, two goal areas and two goals. The penalty and goal areas are recta... More »

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A soccer field is called a "pitch" because the British definition of the word, according to the Oxford Dictionary, is "a playing field." Soccer was created in England, and while it has become popular among U.S. soccer fa... More »

The smallest regulation-size soccer fields are 50 yards by 100 yards, or 1.03 acres. Larger regulation-sized soccer fields are 100 yards by 130 yards, or 2.69 acres. The dimensions of a soccer field vary depending on the... More »

There is no hard and fast rule about the length and width of a soccer field, sometimes known as a football pitch; however, the length usually needs to be between 100 and 130 yards long between the goal lines and between ... More »

All World Cup soccer fields must be a minimum of 110 yards to a maximum of 120 yards long by a minimum of 70 yards to a maximum of 80 yards wide. These dimensions are applicable for international soccer matches. More »

According to the official FIFA rules, the penalty spot in soccer is 11 meters or 12 yards away from the goal line. This fact is included in Law 1 of FIFA's 17 Laws of the Game. More »

In soccer, an offside occurs when a player who is in the opposing team's half of the field is nearer to the goal line than both the ball and second-to-last opponent. The player must also be involved in the play. More »