An Olympic soccer field is a rectangle 100 meters long and 70 meters wide
Perimeter = 120+60+120+60 = 360 yards
To solve this, start by calculating the perimeter of the soccer field. Then divide the number of yards in a mile (1760) by the number of yards in the perimeter to get your answer.
100m long :)
not as big as it is now
A professional women's soccer field is typically 75 yards by 120 yards.
The question as asked cannot be answered. If the field were circular, the perimeter would be the least possible. But for a long thin field, the perimeter would be much larger.
100m from try-line to try-line, but full field including dead ball zones is 120m.
i dont know
100,000 mm is 100m which is just a bit longer than a football field
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60 yards x 40 yards
yards 100 feet long.