Q: How many laps around a football field to equal a mile?

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No, if it just around a football field it is between 4.5 to 5 laps to make a mile.

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

Ah, what a lovely question! To find out how many laps around a football field equal 2.4 kilometers, we first need to know the length of the field. A standard football field is around 100-110 meters in length, so you would need to complete about 21-24 laps to reach 2.4 kilometers. Just imagine the joy of walking or running around the field, enjoying the fresh air and feeling the gentle breeze on your face.

Four laps around a standard GAA pitch is equal to one Mile.

38 laps

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Approximately 7.5 laps around a standard football field equal to 1500 meters.

No, if it just around a football field it is between 4.5 to 5 laps to make a mile.

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

Ah, what a lovely question! To find out how many laps around a football field equal 2.4 kilometers, we first need to know the length of the field. A standard football field is around 100-110 meters in length, so you would need to complete about 21-24 laps to reach 2.4 kilometers. Just imagine the joy of walking or running around the field, enjoying the fresh air and feeling the gentle breeze on your face.

Four laps around a standard GAA pitch is equal to one Mile.

3 Laps.

· In basketball, the perimeter is 228ft. NFL football fields have a perimeter of 1040 ft · 228 x 20=4560 · 4560/1040=4.4 laps

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

Laps around/in WHAT? A "standard" track, of the kind used in high school track and field events, is usually 440 yards (0.25 miles) around.

Seven and a half laps

38 laps

Probably 12. (Most tracks around football fields are 440 meters = 1/4 mile).