A mile is equal to how many laps around a football field.

Five circuits around the football field, if the end zones and sidelines are included, would be equivalent to one mile. A mile is more precisely equivalent to 4.96 exact loops around the field’s outside.

The dimensions of a National Football League field are 300 feet by 160 feet. Each sideline is 6 feet wide and each end zone is 30 feet long. As a result, the circumference is 1,064 feet overall. The field’s perimeter is only 920 feet, though, and 5.74 circuits around it will barely cover a mile if the end zones and sidelines aren’t included.

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