renell said:"The length of a pitch must be between 100 yards (90m) and 130 yards (120m) and the width not less than 50 yards (45m) and not more than 100 yards (90m). "
according to the beeb. i think soccer pitches are more standardized. here in australia, a rugby league pitch is quite big, especially the try area, it's much bigger, enabling more leeway for kicks. in England when I saw the Tri-Nations it was.. well it looked dangerous ie too small for my liking.
does that mean a distance of 105m between the opposite fences or between the goal lines and the same with the 68?www.sercan.de said:at FIFA WC it has to be 105*68
105x68 is from goal-line to goal-linedocker said:does that mean a distance of 105m between the opposite fences or between the goal lines and the same with the 68?
and if this is for the goal lines what is the best dimensions for the entire ground from fence to fence.
ah, i thought that was what it was going to be, but i wasn't sure.FCB_Flo said:105x68 is from goal-line to goal-line
These are the facts for Allianz Arena in Munich.
turfsize: 72 m x 111 m
pitchsize: 68 m x 105 m (goal-line to goal-line)
'interiorsize': 83m x 120 m (from fence to fence)
They (AllianzArena-Officials) said that you must have at least 7.5 m from goal-line to fence.
Thats about right. Maybe a little longer in left-center. My least favorite are Minute Maid and the one in Philly with their little league dimensions. Personally I like the dimensions at Dolphins stadium (the only thing that I like about the place). Its pitcher friendly with nice weird angles in the outfield creating a lot of triples.Bigmac1212 said:If you were an arcitech for a baseball park, what would be your dimensions?
Left: 335 ft.
Left-Center: 377 ft.
Center: 411 ft.
Right-Center: 381 ft.
Right: 329 ft.