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Soccer Field Dimensions (Adult) Soccer pitches are rectangular in size and the surface is made out of grass or artificial astroturf. FIFA states that the two touchlines forming the length of the pitch must be between 90 and 120 metres in length (100 - 130 yards). The two goal lines (where the goals are placed) form the width of the pitch and should be between 45 and 90 metres in length (50 - 100 yards).
Everything from the goal size to the diameter of the center circle on a college soccer field is set to match professional league soccer field dimensions. The optimum size is 75 yards [68.58 m] by 120 yards [109.73 m].
The length (touch line) has to be minimum 90 metres (100 yds) and maximum 120 metres (130 yds). The width (goal line) has to be minimum 45 metres (50 yds) and maximum 90 metres (100 yds). For international matches the rules are somewhat stricter: The length has to be minimum 100 metres and maximum 110 metres.
There is, in fact, a massive range of acceptable soccer pitch dimensions, from 5,000 square yards (4,050 square meters) all the way up to 13,000 square yards (10,800 square meters).
In general, soccer field dimensions vary depending on the level of play and governing body. The optimum soccer field size is 75 yards wide by 120 yards long. But soccer fields can vary between 65-80 yards wide and 110-120 yards long.
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