Football fields at high schools, colleges, and the NFL are all the same size.
The length of a typical football field is 120 yards long.
Each end zone is 10 yards (30 feet) deep, and the playing field is 100 yards (300 feet) long.
The field is 53 1/3 yards (160 feet).
A football field’s total surface area, including the end zones, comes to 57,600 square feet (360 x 160).
As 43,560 square feet make up one acre, a football field is roughly 1.32 acres in size.
The goalposts‘ size is how big.
The total construction is 30 feet high, with the football goal crossbar being 10 feet high and each side post being 20 feet high.
Goal posts for high schools are 23 feet long and 4 inches wide.
Goal posts in the NFL and NCAA are 18 feet and 6 inches wide.
At the NFL level, the goal posts’ width corresponds to the hashmarks’ width.