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
High School end zones are 10 yards deep.
A six foot end line border marks the back of the end zone.
Sideline field numbers are 6 foot high by 4 foot wide designating each 10 yard line marker.
The restraining line is a 6’ line along the side lines that designate the closest non-players can be to the field.
Team benches are placed along the Restraining Line between the 30 yard markers
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′).
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″)