What is the size of an NFL football?

Answer According to the NFL rulebook, an NFL football should be in the shape of a "prolate spheroid," with a long axis measuring 11 to 11.25 inches, a long circumference of 28 to 28.5 inches and a short c... Read More »

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What is the size of a regulation NFL football?

The regulation size of the official ball used in the NFL is 11.5 inches in length, 6.5 inches in width and 6.5 inches in height, and is made by Wilson. It weighs 1.28 pounds. The balls are checked... Read More »

What is the size of a football stadium?

Football stadiums vary in size, but the largest are stadiums for the National Football League and major colleges and universities. Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is 3 million square feet, wit... Read More »

What is the size of an NFL football field?

An NFL football field is 120 yards, or 360 feet long and 160 feet wide, for a total area of 57,600 square feet. These dimensions include the end zones, one on each end of the field, with a depth of... Read More »

What is a football roster size?

A football team's roster size is the amount of players that can be on the team. As of 2010, NFL teams are allowed 53-man rosters, while NCAA Division I college football teams do not have a roster l... Read More »