Field size: 115 yd × 74 yd (105 m × 68 m) Surface: Desso GrassMaster: Construction; Broke ground: 30 September 2002: Built: 2003–2007: Opened: 9 March 2007; 14 years ago () Construction cost £789 million (£1.2 billion today) Architect: HOK Sport (now Populous), Foster and Partners, Nathaniel Lichfield and Partners (planning consultants)
The field was 110 yards (100m) long and 73 yards (67m) wide. Now playing at Wembley, Tottenham’s home surface is 115 yards (105m) by 75 yards (69m).
A very common field dimension among the top clubs in the world is 105 × 68 metres (114.8 × 74.4 yds), since this is a recommendation from UEFA. Some famous stadiums and the dimension of their football fields: Camp Nou: 105 × 68 metres Wembley: 105 × 68 metres Old Trafford: 105 × 68 metres Emirates Stadium: 105 × 68 metres
The new stadium officially opened in March 2007. Wembley Stadium is almost round in shape, with a circumference of 3,280 feet (1 km). The most striking architectural feature is a giant arch that is the principal support of the roof. The arch is 436 feet (133 metres) in height and is tilted 22° from the perpendicular.
The touchline of an Olympic soccer field must be 100 meters -- 110 yards -- to 110 meters -- 120 yards -- long and the goal line must be 64 meters, about 70 yards, to 75 meters, about 80 yards, wide. These dimensions apply to both men and women's games. Wembley Stadium, where the men's and women's soccer finals were held during the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, is 105 meters by 68 meters.
London, England is home to Wembley Stadium, which has a capacity of 90,000. The current venue is actually a new version of the original Wembley Stadium, which was located on the same site and completed in 1923.
International Soccer Field Dimensions Length (touch line) Minimum: 110 yards (100 meters) Maximum: 120 yards (110 meters) Width (goal line) Minimum: 70 yards (64 meters) Maximum: 80 yards (75...
Old Trafford runs it extremely close at 116 x 76 yards, as does the new Wembley (used for Tottenham Hotspur during the 2017-18 season and most of 2018-19). Wembley was Tottenham’s temporary home inbetween moving from White Hart Lane to their new stadium