High School Football Field Dimension Diagram


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Football Field Dimensions – High School:

The dimensions of a regulation High School football field are essentially the same as a professional field with the exception of the Hash Marks and Goal Posts

Overall Dimensions – High School

High School Overall football field dimensions are as follows:

Length: 360 feet or 120 yards
Width: 160 feet or 53 1/3 yards

End Zone:
High School end zones are 10 yards deep.

End Line:
A six foot end line border marks the back of the end zone.

Field Numbers:
Sideline field numbers are 6 foot high by 4 foot wide designating each 10 yard line marker.

Restraining Line:
The restraining line is a 6’ line along the side lines that designate the closest non-players can be to the field.

Team Benches:
Team benches are placed along the Restraining Line between the 30 yard markers

Hash Marks:
Hash marks measurements for High School are 53 feet 4 inches wide and that same distance from the edge of the sidelines
High School hashmarks are wider than the NFL (18′ 6″) and NCAA (40′).

Goal Posts:
Another measurement that varies by level of play includes the goal posts. Goal post measurements for High School are 10 feet high and 23 feet 4 inches wide.
The goal posts are also wider for High Schoolers than College and the NFL (both 18′ 6″)