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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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 »

Not all soccer fields, or pitches, are the same size, even in professional settings; however, the preferred size for a professional soccer pitch is 105 by 68 metres (115 yards by 74 yards). Even still, many well-known ve... 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 »