American Football, simply football in the United States and Canada, is a team sport where two teams of eleven players advance an oval-shaped football down a rectangular field to score points. The football is moved by the team on offense through designed running or passing plays, while the defense attempts to stop their momentum. The offense must successfully gain ten yards in four plays or the ball is turned over to the defending team. Points are scored when one team moves the ball into the opposing team’s end zone, resulting in a touchdown (six points), by kicking the ball through the field goal post (three points, one extra point after a touchdown), or by tackling the offense inside their own end zone resulting in a safety (two points). The NFL (National Football League) is the professional league in the United States.

When does football season start?

The American Football regular season begins every year on the weekend that follows the first Monday of September. This occurs yearly as the weekend following the American Labor Day Holiday.

How long is a football game?

The average American Football game lasts for 3 hours and 12 minutes. Although the official game clock of a football game is only four quarters at 15 minutes each (60 minutes total), the clock is stopped after any incomplete pass, when a player with the ball steps out of bounds, or when a timeout is called.

How many players are on a football team?

American Football is played with a maximum of 11 players from each team on the field at a single time. Each team is allowed to maintain a roster of up to 45 players of different skills, sizes, and roles that can be substituted into the game at any time.

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6’1” | 1.85 m
280 lb | 127 kg
May 23, 1991
Aaron Donald
185.000
127.000
1991.00
85000
3D
Aaron Donald
6’2” | 1.88 m
225 lb | 102 kg
December 2, 1983
Aaron Rodgers
188.000
102.000
1983.00
567000
3D
Aaron Rodgers
6.68”-6.76” | 16.9-17.2 cm (Short)
11”-11.25” | 28-29 cm
14-15 oz | 400-425 g
American Football
17.200
29.000
0.425
5600
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American FootballView of a American Football in 3D available for downloadView of a American Football in 3D available for download
5’8” | 1.73 m
229 lb | 104 kg
July 16, 1968
Barry Sanders
173.000
104.000
1968.00
74000
3D
Barry Sanders
6’5” | 1.96 m
240 lb | 109 kg
March 2, 1982
Ben Roethlisberger
196.000
109.000
1982.00
223000
3D
Ben Roethlisberger
6’2” | 1.88 m
222 lb | 101 kg
October 10, 1969
Brett Favre
188.000
101.000
1969.00
138000
3D
Brett Favre
5’11” | 1.80 m
205 lb | 93 kg
June 7, 1996
Christian McCaffrey
180.000
93.000
1996.00
209000
3D
Christian McCaffrey
6’4” | 1.93 m
229 lb | 104 kg
December 14, 1997
DK Metcalf
193.000
104.000
1997.00
139000
3D
DK Metcalf
6’4” | 1.93 m
224 lb | 102 kg
September 15, 1961
Dan Marino
193.000
102.000
1961.00
62000
3D
Dan Marino
6’1” | 1.85 m
212 lb | 96 kg
June 6, 1992
DeAndre Hopkins
185.000
96.000
1992.00
139000
3D
DeAndre Hopkins
6’1” | 1.85 m
198 lb | 90 kg
August 9, 1967
Deion Sanders
185.000
90.000
1967.00
121000
3D
Deion Sanders
6’3” | 1.91 m
247 lb | 112 kg
January 4, 1994
Derrick Henry
191.000
112.000
1994.00
284000
3D
Derrick Henry
6’0” | 1.83 m
209 lb | 95 kg
January 15, 1979
Drew Brees
183.000
95.000
1979.00
769000
3D
Drew Brees
6’0” | 1.83 m
228 lb | 103 kg
July 22, 1995
Ezekiel Elliott
183.000
103.000
1995.00
225000
3D
Ezekiel Elliott
30’ | 9.14 m (Overall)
18.5’ | 5.64 m (Inside)
6.5’ | 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - College
914.000
564.000
198.000
10
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Football Field Goal Post - College3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (College) viewed in perspective3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (College) viewed in perspective
22’-25’ | 6.7-7.62 m (Overall)
23’4” | 7.11 m (Inside)
1.5’, 6.5’ | .46, 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - High School
762.000
711.000
198.000
5
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Football Field Goal Post - High SchoolPerspective view of a 3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (High School)Perspective view of a 3D model of a American Football Field Goal Post (High School)
35’ | 10.67 m (Overall)
18.5’ | 5.64 m (Inside)
6.5’ | 1.98 m
Football Field Goal Post - Pro
1067.000
564.000
198.000
600
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Football Field Goal Post - ProView of a American Football Field Goal Post (Professional/NFL) in 3D available for downloadView of a American Football Field Goal Post (Professional/NFL) in 3D available for download
6’0” | 1.83 m (Average)
Football Officials
1000
3D
Football Officials
6’2” | 1.88 m
200 lb | 91 kg
October 13, 1962
Jerry Rice
188.000
91.000
1962.00
98000
3D
Jerry Rice
6’3” | 1.91 m
226 lb | 103 kg
February 14, 1960
Jim Kelly
191.000
103.000
1960.00
47000
3D
Jim Kelly
6’2” | 1.88 m
205 lb | 93 kg
June 11, 1956
Joe Montana
188.000
93.000
1956.00
119000
3D
Joe Montana
6’3” | 1.91 m
215 lb | 98 kg
June 28, 1960
John Elway
191.000
98.000
1960.00
78000
3D
John Elway
6’3” | 1.91 m
260 lb | 118 kg
February 22, 1991
Khalil Mack
191.000
118.000
1991.00
60000
3D
Khalil Mack
6’2” | 1.88 m
214 lb | 97 kg
June 22, 1971
Kurt Warner
188.000
97.000
1971.00
53000
3D
Kurt Warner
6’2” | 1.88 m
212 lb | 96 kg
January 7, 1997
Lamar Jackson
188.000
96.000
1997.00
605000
3D
Lamar Jackson
6’3” | 1.91 m
218 lb | 99 kg
August 31, 1983
Larry Fitzgerald
191.000
99.000
1983.00
100000
3D
Larry Fitzgerald
6’5” | 1.96 m
255 lb | 116 kg
November 21, 1971
Michael Strahan
196.000
116.000
1971.00
132000
3D
Michael Strahan
Nick Bosa
185000
6’4” | 1.93 m
266 lb | 121 kg
October 23, 1997
Nick Bosa
193.000
121.000
1997.00
185000
3D
Nick Bosa
6’1” | 1.85 m
212 lb | 96 kg
July 9, 1947
O. J. Simpson
185.000
96.000
1947.00
262000
3D
O. J. Simpson
5’11” | 1.80 m
198 lb | 90 kg
November 5, 1992
Odell Beckham Jr
180.000
90.000
1992.00
216000
3D
Odell Beckham Jr
6’3” | 1.91 m
230 lb | 104 kg
September 17, 1995
Patrick Mahomes
191.000
104.000
1995.00
1429000
3D
Patrick Mahomes
6’5” | 1.96 m
230 lb | 104 kg
March 24, 1976
Peyton Manning
196.000
104.000
1976.00
260000
3D
Peyton Manning
6’4” | 1.93 m
210 lb | 95 kg
February 13, 1977
Randy Moss
193.000
95.000
1977.00
132000
3D
Randy Moss
6’6” | 1.98 m
265 lb | 120 kg
May 14, 1989
Rob Gronkowski
198.000
120.000
1989.00
350000
3D
Rob Gronkowski
5’11” | 1.80 m
215 lb | 98 kg
November 29, 1988
Russell Wilson
180.000
98.000
1988.00
347000
3D
Russell Wilson
6’2” | 1.88 m
215 lb | 98 kg
October 11, 1961
Steve Young
188.000
98.000
1961.00
52000
3D
Steve Young
6’4” | 1.93 m
252 lb | 114 kg
October 11, 1994
T.J. Watt
193.000
114.000
1994.00
77000
3D
T.J. Watt
Tom Brady
1500000
6’4” | 1.93 m
225 lb | 102 kg
August 3, 1977
Tom Brady
193.000
102.000
1977.00
1500000
3D
Tom Brady
6’5” | 1.96 m
247 lb | 112 kg
February 27, 1976
Tony Gonzalez
196.000
112.000
1976.00
53000
3D
Tony Gonzalez
6’5” | 1.96 m
260 lb | 118 kg
October 5, 1989
Travis Kelce
196.000
118.000
1989.00
193000
3D
Travis Kelce
6’4” | 1.93 m
220 lb | 100 kg
November 21, 1966
Troy Aikman
193.000
100.000
1966.00
133000
3D
Troy Aikman
5’10” | 1.78 m
207 lb | 94 kg
April 19, 1981
Troy Polamalu
178.000
94.000
1981.00
70000
3D
Troy Polamalu
6’0” | 1.83 m
217 lb | 98 kg
March 2, 1998
Tua Tagovailoa
183.000
98.000
1998.00
306000
3D
Tua Tagovailoa
6’3” | 1.91 m
250 lb | 113 kg
March 26, 1989
Von Miller
191.000
113.000
1989.00
72000
3D
Von Miller
Steve Young
Scaled height comparison illustration of Steve Young in relation to other quarterbacks

Steve Young spent fifteen years in the National Football League (NFL), mainly with the San Francisco 49ers. Other clubs he played for include the Los Angeles Express, NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Brigham Young University. The former football quarterback was the MVP of Super Bowl XXIX and Associated Press NFL Most Valuable Player and gained fame as an efficient passer leading the record six times. He was also a record holder in yard per attempt and completion percentage five times besides being ranked fifth best in passer ratings at retirement. He has been admitted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame and College Football Hall of Fame.

Steve Young has a height of 6’2” (1.88 m) and weighs 215 lb (98 kg).

Set of illustrations of Steve Young in various football poses measured with overall height
Steve Young spent fifteen years in the National Football League (NFL), mainly with the San Francisco 49ers. Other clubs he played for include the Los Angeles Express, NFL Tampa Bay Buccaneers, and Brigham Young University. The former football quarterback was the MVP of Super Bowl XXIX.

Steve Young has a height of 6’2” (1.88 m) and weighs 215 lb (98 kg).

Set of illustrations of Steve Young in various football poses measured with overall height
Steve Young
Height:
6’2” | 1.88 m
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
215 lb | 98 kg
Area:

Position: Quarterback

Years Active: 1984-1999

Birthday
October 11, 1961

Drawings include:
Steve Young standing, throwing, stance

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American Football
Size comparison diagram of the American Football compared to other similar sports balls

An American Football is the leather spheroid ball used to play the sport of American Football. The form of an American Football is a prolate spheroid which allows players to easily tuck it under their arm. It is typically made of cow hide leather giving it its characteristic brown color and has 8 white laces. An American Football used in youth games or recreationally is usually made from rubber. An American Football has on its surface a pebble bump texture designed to make it easier to catch. The appearance and dimensions of the American Football are regulated by the National Football League.

American Footballs have a short diameter of 6.68”-6.76” (16.9-17.2 cm) and length of 11”-11.25” (28-29 cm), resulting in circumferences of 21”-21.25” (53-54 cm) on the short axis and 28”-28.5” (71-72 cm) in the long. The mass of a American Football is between 14-15 oz (400-425 g) with a pressure between 12.5-13.5 psi (86.2-93.1 kPa
).

Drawing of a American Football showing dimensioned analysis of the diameters and circumferences
An American Football is the leather ball used to play the sport of American Football. The form of an American Football is a prolate spheroid which allows players to easily tuck it under their arm. It is typically made of cow hide leather giving it its characteristic brown color and 8 laces.

American Footballs have a short diameter of 6.68”-6.76” (16.9-17.2 cm) and length of 11”-11.25” (28-29 cm), resulting in circumferences of 21”-21.25” (53-54 cm) on the short axis and 28”-28.5” (71-72 cm) in the long. The mass of a American Football is between 14-15 oz (400-425 g) with a pressure between 12.5-13.5 psi (86.2-93.1 kPa
).

Drawing of a American Football showing dimensioned analysis of the diameters and circumferences
American Football
Height:
6.68”-6.76” | 16.9-17.2 cm (Short)
Width:
Length:
11”-11.25” | 28-29 cm
Depth:
Weight:
14-15 oz | 400-425 g
Area:

Circumference (Short): 21”-21.25” | 53-54 cm
Circumference (Long): 28”-28.5” | 71-72 cm
Pressure: 12.5-13.5 psi | 86.2-93.1 kPa

Materials: Leather (cow hide)
Surface: 8 cross stitches

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American Football elevations (various)

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American Football Field

American Football fields are rectangular playing fields with a required length of 120 yards  (360’ | 109.75 m) and a width of 53.3 yards (160’ | 48.8 m). Based on yards, the field of play in a game of football refers to the 100 yards between the two opposing end zones on either side of the field at 10 yards | (30’ | 9.15 m) deep. White markings designate each individual yard on the field and are separated by full field lines every ten yards. The central hash marks are located 20 yards (60’ | 18.25 m) inwards from each team’s side line. Team areas are centered at the 50 yard line and extend 25 yards (75’ | 22.8 m) in both directions. American football fields are made of either natural grass or artificial turf.

Drawing of an American Football Field plan with dimensions
American Football fields are rectangular playing fields with a length of 120 yards (360' | 109.75 m) and a width of 53.3 yards (160’ | 48.8 m). The field of play in a game of football refers to the 100 yards between the two opposing 10 yards (30' | 9.15 m) deep end zones on either side of the field.

Drawing of an American Football Field plan with dimensions
American Football Field
Height:
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
Area:

Length (Total): 360’ | 109.75 m | 120 yards
Length (Field of Play): 300’ | 91.44 m | 100 yards
Width: 160’ | 48.8 m | 53.3 yards
End Zone: 30’ | 9.15 m | 10 yards
Hash Marks: 60’ | 18.25 m | 20 yards from side lines
Team Areas: 150’ | 45.75 m | 50 yards
Area: 57,600 ft2 | 5,350 m2
Material: Grass, artificial turf

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American Football Field plan

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DeAndre Hopkins
Scaled height comparison illustration of DeAndre Hopkins in relation to other wide receivers

DeAndre Hopkins has been in the league for seven years and hasn't won the Super Bowl. But his significant achievements are leading in targets, catches, and receiving yards. He plays as a wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) for the Arizona Cardinals. In college, Hopkins played for Clemson before joining the Houston Texans as a rookie. He has been a Pro Bowler on four occasions, All-Pro teams four times, First-team All-Pro three times, Second-team All-Pro on one occasion, 2011 ACC champion, and 2017 NFL receiving touchdowns leader. In Sept 2013, he earned the Offensive Rookie of the Month title.

DeAndre Hopkins has a height of 6’1” (1.85 m) and weighs 212 lb (96 kg).

Series of elevation drawings of DeAndre Hopkins in football positions measured with overall height
DeAndre Hopkins has been in the league for seven years and hasn't won the Super Bowl. But his significant achievements are leading in targets, catches, and receiving yards. He plays as a wide receiver in the National Football League (NFL) for the Arizona Cardinals.

DeAndre Hopkins has a height of 6’1” (1.85 m) and weighs 212 lb (96 kg).

Series of elevation drawings of DeAndre Hopkins in football positions measured with overall height
DeAndre Hopkins
Height:
6’1” | 1.85 m
Width:
Length:
Depth:
Weight:
212 lb | 96 kg
Area:

Position: Wide Receiver

Years Active: 2013—

Birthday
June 6, 1992

Drawings include:
DeAndre Hopkins running, catching

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American Football Field Goal Post - College (NCAA)
Scaled comparison drawings of the American Football Field Goal Post (NCAA) and other Field Goal Posts

A College Field Goal Post is the target structure in a College Football Field where goals are scored. A College Football Field has 2 goal posts situated at the center of each end line. A College Field Goal Post has the same width, but less height than a Professional Field Goal Post. A typical College Field Goal Post has a slingshot shape and consists of an elevated crossbar with a vertical upright at each end. The base post of a College Field Goal Post should have padding to protect Football players. College Field Goal Posts can have a yellow or white finish.

College (NCAA) Football Field Goal Posts have a top of crossbar height of 10’ (3.05 m) and inside width of 18.5’ (5.64 m). The overall height of a College field goal post is 30’ (9.14 m) with a typical depth of 6.5’ (1.98 m). The diameter of the posts is between 4”-6.5” (10.2-16.5 cm) and the lower post is protected by 6’ (1.83 m) of high impact padding.

Measured illustrations of a American Football Field Goal Post (College) dimensioned with overall width, height, and depth
A College Field Goal Post is the target structure in a College Football Field where goals are scored. A College Football Field has 2 goal posts situated at the center of each end line. A College Field Goal Post has the same width, but less height than a Professional Field Goal Post.

College (NCAA) Football Field Goal Posts have a top of crossbar height of 10’ (3.05 m) and inside width of 18.5’ (5.64 m). The overall height of a College field goal post is 30’ (9.14 m) with a typical depth of 6.5’ (1.98 m). The diameter of the posts is between 4”-6.5” (10.2-16.5 cm) and the lower post is protected by 6’ (1.83 m) of high impact padding.

Measured illustrations of a American Football Field Goal Post (College) dimensioned with overall width, height, and depth
American Football Field Goal Post - College (NCAA)
Height:
30’ | 9.14 m (Overall)
Width:
18.5’ | 5.64 m (Inside)
Length:
Depth:
6.5’ | 1.98 m
Weight:
Area:

Crossbar Height: 10’ | 3.05 m (Top)
Post Diameter: 4”-6.5” | 10.2-16.5 cm
Upright Height: 20’ | 6.1 m (From Crossbar)

Padding Height: 6’ | 1.83 m

Flag Size: 4” x 42” | 10.2 x 1.07 m
Materials: Structural aluminum tubing; high impact foam padding with vinyl cover

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American Football Field Goal Post (College/NCAA) front elevation, side, plan

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