No, if it just around a football field it is between 4.5 to 5 laps to make a mile.
a little more than 6
If its a track oval, its four laps for a mile. 2 laps for half a mile. if around a football feild, itd be about 4.5 laps
5 laps around the jackwood stadium in Trussville Alabama
· In basketball, the perimeter is 228ft. NFL football fields have a perimeter of 1040 ft · 228 x 20=4560 · 4560/1040=4.4 laps
This would depend on what distance your laps are. If you are running around a standard track around a football field, then you would have to run 20 laps to equal 5 miles. (4 laps = 1 mile).
Four laps around a standard GAA pitch is equal to one Mile.
Around a track, 4 laps = one mile. So probably 4.
If the outside lane of a foot ball field, the 4th one, were to be walked, how many times would it have to be walked to equal a mile?
As you ask around a football "field" (as opposed to a football "pitch") I guess you are talking about an American Football Field. Assuming you are including all the playing part (ie including the end zones), the field is 360 ft long and 160 ft wide. Its perimeter is therefore (360 ft + 160 ft) x 2 = 1040 ft 1 mile = 5280 ft → laps = 5280 ft ÷ 1040 ft/lap = 51/13 laps ≈ 5.08 laps
Seven and a half laps
5 laps exactly.
It depends on how big the track is. Like Bristol is 500 laps around because the track is as big as a middle school track. The Daytona 500 has 200 laps, because it's as big as a football field.
It is about two laps around a football pitch
Because softball fields vary in size the number of laps would differ from field to field.
Six laps are equal to 1.5 miles.
If you are referring to a standard track, no. 4 laps would equal 1 mile. 6 laps would equal 1.5 miles.
2 and a half laps make a kilometer.