Ages 7 and 8: Field size is 60-90 feet wide (18.30-27.45 meters) x 90-150 feet long (27.45-45.75 meters). Ages 9 and 10: Field size is 90-120 feet wide (27.45-36.60 meters) x 150-180 feet long (45.75-54.90 meters).
The field dimensions are within the range found optimal by FIFA: 110–120 yards (100–110 m) long by 70–80 yards (64–73 m) wide. These soccer field dimensions are wider than the regulation American football field width of 53 1 ⁄ 3 yards (48.8 m), or the 65-yard (59 m) width of a Canadian football field. The playing surface typically consists of grass as opposed to artificial turf, as the latter is generally disfavored for soccer matches since players are more susceptible to injuries.
The width shall not be more than 80 yards (73.15M) nor less than 65 yards (59.44m) and the length shall not be more than 120 yards (109.72m) nor less than 110 yards (100.58m); however, fields of less than minimal dimensions may be used by prior written mutual consent of the competing institutions.
What size is a high school soccer goal? Two soccer organizations regulate the size of high school soccer goals. Recommendations are given by US Youth Soccer (USYS). However, the National Federation of High Schools (NFHS) mandates the sizes at 24 feet (7.31 m) by 8 feet (2.43 m).
Quick Facts About Soccer Field Measurements. Q: What is the length and width of a soccer field? A: It varies, but the optimum width is 75 yards and the optimum length is 120 yards. The widths can vary between 65 and 80 yards while the lengths vary between 110 and 120 yards. Q: How wide is the soccer goal? A: 8 yards or 24 feet.
For fields that clubs are unable to paint lines to indicate the spectator buffer and technical areas (artificial turf fields, school fields, etc…), clubs may use cones or other temporary markers. FALL 2010 U-11 8v8 SOCCER FIELD DIMENSIONS
The overall dimensions of a regulation soccer field is 100 yards long and 60 yards wide. Midfield Line. The middle of the field is divided lengthwise by the midfield line. Center Circle. In the center of the field a 10 yard circle marks the area where defenders must stay outside of at the start of a kickoff. Penalty Area.
15 x 30. If you can't properly size the fields, err on the side of fields that are undersized, not oversized. It will be more fun, the players will learn more about soccer, & fewer will drop out at age 11 or 12. Note: If your league plays "small sided", these dimensions may be even smaller.