Have you ever wondered how many acres is a football field including the end zones? Let’s find out with Scott Fujita in this article!


How many acres is a football field?

A standard American football field covers 1.32 acres. The standard dimensions for an American football field, including the end areas, are 360 feet long x 160 feet wide, or 57,600 square feet.

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An American football field is 300 feet long in case the end zones are omitted. This reduced its area to 48,000 square feet, balance to 1.1 acres. An acre is defined as having an area of 43,560 square feet. 

High schools, colleges, and NFL football fields are about the same size. A standard football field is 120 yards long. The playground is 100 yards (300 feet) long and each end area is 10 feet (30 feet) deep. 53 1/3 yards (160 feet) is a uniform width of the yard.

The last two zones in football are 10 yards or 30 yards long. In the center along the length of the field, on either side, are the training box and the team area. The trainer box is 6 feet from the edge of the field, 6 feet wide and 120 feet long.

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