An acre is slightly smaller than a football field.
A football field, including the end zones, is about 1.32 acres.
An acre is 4,480 square yards while a football field, including end zones is 6,408 square yards.
One acre is roughly the size of a modern football field. So, half an acre is about half the size or one third of a football field.
Often an acre of land is compared to a football field. In reality, an acre is equal to about 76% of a football field, when you consider both end zones.
No, a football field is much bigger than an acre, im not sure exactly how much bigger though.A standard American football field is 360 feet by 160 feet.360 ft * 160 ft = 57,600 ft21 acre = 43,560 ft2So a football field is about 1.322 acres.
Not including the endzones, a football filed is roughly an acre but it is still a bit larger than an acre
Afraid that's not enough information. Difference between an acre and what else are you questioning?
2 football fields are 2.6 acres!
a football field without the end zones
The standard American football field is 160 feet wide. Including both end zones, it is 360 feet long. To obtain the area of the field in square feet, multiply those numbers to get 57,600. Then divide that figure by the number of square feet in an acre (43,560) to find out how many acres are in a football field. The answer is: There are 1.322 acres in a standard American football field (including both end zones). If you want to exclude the end zones, the answer is 1.102.
An acre is the size of a plot of land 1 furlong (220 yards) by 1 chain (22 yards), or 1/640th of a square mile. An American football field between the end zones is about 10% more than an acre.
An acre is 43,560 square feet. An American football field is 46,440 square feet. You do the math. A Canadian football field is 93, 600 square feet. You do the math. You can have other kinds of football, Italian, European, Australian rules. Of course European rules football does not have a standard size field. Only the size of the goal posts are standard.
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