The Football Field
A boundary line at the back of the end zone that is home to the goal post.
All scoring happens here in these 10 yard zones. Each team gets one to defend.
A line indicating the start of the end zone stretching from sideline to sideline.
A large yellow post made up of a horizontal bar (the crossbar) and two vertical bars (uprights) used for scoring points on field goals and extra kicks.
Two sets of dashed lines through the middle of the field that are used to align the players at the start of each scrimmage down.
The boundary lines that run along the sides of the field. A player is out-of-bounds if they touch or cross these lines.
The numbers on the field that show the name of the yard line. You'll notice there are two of each yard line, but only one 50-yard line.