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 ... More »

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 »

Regulation football fields used by the National Football League and the National Collegiate Athletic Association are 120 yards long and 53 yards wide. The field is rectangular, and 100 yards are considered to be in play... More »

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. More »

An American football field is 160 feet wide and 360 feet long. The field is surrounded by a white border which is 6 feet wide. All of the border area is out-of-bounds. More »

According to NFL.com, a football crossbar should be 10 feet above the ground when measured from the top face to the field of play. The goal posts are situated 18 feet 6 inches apart, while the vertical posts must extend ... More »

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. More »