Hockey is a popular team sport played on a field, with two teams competing to score goals by hitting or shooting a ball or a puck into the opposing team’s goal.
Q1. What are the standard dimensions of field hockey?
The standard dimensions of field hockey are 91400 x 55000mm (300’ x 180’) with a clearance of 2000mm (6’6”) from both sides and 3000 mm (10’) from the front and back sides of the field. The area of the field should be 5027 Sqm. (54110 Sqft).
Q2. What is the standard height of a field hockey goal?
The standard height of a field hockey goal is 2140 mm (7’).
Length:- 91400 mm
Breadth:- 55000 mm
Height (Goal):- 2140 mm
Area:- 5027 Sqm.
Clearance:- 2000 mm (both sides)
3000 mm (Front & Back sides)
Natural or artificial turf