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Since the dimensions of a standard football field are 105 x 68m, and a football field is a rectangle, then 105 + 68 + 105 + 68 = 346, so the perimeter is 346m.

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346m

5,347,962,110 Miles

The perimeter is 328 m. (Width: 64m length: 100m)

yards 100 feet long.

The perimeter is the continuous line forming the boundary of a closed geometric figure. Think of walking around a football field. The distance you travel is the sum of the four sides.

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5,347,962,110 Miles

The perimeter is 328 m. (Width: 64m length: 100m)

yards 100 feet long.

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110 Feet (original answer) x 3 comprises only the interior length of a football field or 110 yards. The width is 65 yards and each endzone is 20 yards long. Therefore the perimeter of a regulation Canadian football field is (20+110+20)x2 + 65x2 or 280 yards.