A flag football game lasts 55 minutes, divided into two 25-minute halves with a five-minute break. Flag football teams must have seven players on the field at a time; if they have fewer than five, they forfeit automatica... More »

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Some common rules that differentiate youth football leagues from high school football and beyond are age and weight limits, GPA standards, shorter games, and tighter practice and concussion protocols. Due to the range of... More »

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A national standard rule book for high school football is maintained by the National Federation of State High School Associations. This organization publishes an official rulebook that can be purchased from its website. More »

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Offensive flag football positions include quarterback, halfback, wide receiver, snapper and offensive lineman. Defensive players are typically categorized as either "pass rushers" or "defensive backs" in reference to whe... 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 »

A rugby match consists of two halves that are each 40 minutes in length. Each team is allowed a maximum of 15 players on the field at any given time. There is no stoppage time and the game ends precisely at the end of th... More »

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If a game is tied at the end of the third period in the NHL playoffs, periods of 20 minutes are played until a goal is scored. This differs from the rules of overtime in the regular season, where only one 5-minute overti... More »