There is about 2 acres in foul territory on a Baseball fields with left field and right field walls 300 feet from home plate and dead center 400 feet from home plate. This is about the size of a typical Major League Baseball field, but there isn't any standard for the outfield dimensions. Many outfield walls are positioned to fit within the confines of a downtown construction, or are just built with irregularities to fit with the traditional look of old ballparks that had obscure dimensions.
If you know the dimensions of the of the ballpark, with a little geometry you can figure the surface area of the playing surface. The surface area of the playing surface in square feet divided by 43,560 will give you the acres for the baseball field.
there is no standard for ground measured distance in major league ball parks. example : all football fields are 1.3 ac.
This is the question I need answered. How many acres are necessary to build and high school baseball field?
It's about the size of a baseball field. Hope this helps
Minimum of 3 Acres.....400 x 400 sq ft
You need at least 1 acre
2.56 acres (US)
One whole field with some room left over.
1 Hectare= 2.47 acres 1 F. Field= 1.1 acres 1 Hectare= 2.25 F. Fields (rounded) or 1 F. Field= .45 Hectare (rounded)
The answer is: There are about 1.32 acres in a standard American football field (including both end zones). If you want to exclude the end zones, the answer is about 1.1 acres.
A football field, within the "in-bounds" area of the field, is 0.9 acres -- starting at the goal line and ending at the 10 yard line on the other end of the field. When you include the full length of the field plus the end zones, a football field is 1.32 acres.A high school football field measures 360 feet long by 160 feet wide (playing area). This equals 57,600 square feet which translates to 1.32231 acres.
2 football fields are 2.6 acres!
There are many different answers. The feet on a baseball field is important to measure the mile's the answer has alot of answers.
60,000 square yards (Almost 12.4 acres.)
Just over one acre if you don't count the end zones
One square mile is 640 acres, that is a field 1 mile by 1 mile. With your 1,500 acres, your field is 1 mile by 1500/640 miles, or simply 1 mile by 2.34 miles.