No. It is 100 yards. It is 300 feet.
A football field across is 53.3 yards.
5, 330 yards
The original football field was 140 yards long. It shrank in the late 19th century to 110 yards (where it remained in Canada), and then to 100 yards.
The football field is 160 feet wide. When converted into yards (dividing 160 by 3, 3:1) one gets 53.3 yards!
A regulation size football field is 120 yards long.
300 yards from one goal line to the other...then another 60 yards in end field space. Your answer could be 300 yards or 360 yards.300 yards because once football field is 100 yards long.
1 Football Field = 100 Yards, That Means 3 = 300 Yards.
an American football field is 100 yards or 300 feet.
300 ft. 1 yard = 3 feet. => 100 yards = 300 feet. However, if you account for the 10-yard endzones at either end, then the football field is actually 360 feet or 120 yards.
The depth of the NFL end zone is 10 yards. The overall length is 120 yards, and the width is 53.5 yards.?æ
100 yards or 300 feet, goalpost to goalpost
0.0000448056km2The length of a football field is 100 yards(300 feet) which is equal to 0.09144The width of a football field is 53.33 yards(160 feet) which is equal to 0.000490.09144 X 0.00049 = 0.0000448056
1 football field is 100 yards and that equals 300 feet so 115 feet is a little more than a third of a football field
one hundred yards (300 ft) long, fifty yards (150 ft) wide
there is 6399.9999999999999999999999999996 yards in a football field. That's 120 yards long and 53 1/3 wide
There are 300 feet in one football field. 300 300 300 +300 ______ 120000 (Contribution by Bret S.)- I believe if I got the math right, it is 1,500 ft. I got this because there are 500 yards in a football field ( I think,that's where my math can be wrong) and 3 ft in a yard, so the math goes like this: 500 X 3= 1,500 Ft. I don't know, you may be right person before me, but I think mine is right >_< I hope this helps you ^_^.
A football field is 5531.21 square yards.