We provide free and printable football field diagrams for you to use as your own layout or play. Click on each of the diagrams to see the full size and download it. All line markings on the pitch shown on the diagram form part of the area which they define. The first one below is the flag football field diagram.
Football is played on a large rectangular grass field with common characteristics such as the end zone or the area where touchdowns are scored; the goal-line; the goal-posts; and the sidelines or the boundary lines running the length of the field. For non-international matches, the field can be between 90 and 120 meters long. The width of such a pitch would need to be a distance between 45 and 90 meters. At the four corners, where the touch and goal lines intersect, there are quarter circles. Check out the following football field diagrams below.
In a real field, the touchlines can be anywhere from 100 to 110 meters long. The goal lines can measure between 64m and 75m. All of the marking lines cannot be thicker than 12cm and are typically drawn in white. The goal is 7.32 meters wide and 2.44 m tall. The goal area is 5.5m long and 18.52m wide. Beyond that is the penalty box. Within the penalty box, there is spot known as the penalty mark. It is precisely 11m away from the goal line. Resting on the penalty line is an arc with a radius of 9.15m. This is called the penalty arc. You can find all those characteristics in the diagrams that we provided.
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. Use these printable football field templates for practices or for drawing your own plays. To download the image, just right click and save as an image!