The traditional name for the soccer field.
The field of play.
An English term for a soccer field.
A playing field for sports, as in the "Football pitch."
The rugby field is a maximum of 100 metres long, from try-line to try-line, and 70 metres wide. At each end of the field is an in-goal area, no more than 22 metres long. The field is marked by a half-way line, two 10-metre lines and two 22-metre lines, and by two dotted hash marks, each 5 metres from the sideline and extending from goal-line to goal-line. There is a set of goal posts on each try-line.
the field upon which a rugby game is played
Field playing area.
the rectangular area roughly in the centre of the field, where the balls are bowled and hit.
The pitch is the 22 yard strip on the centre of the field upon which the stumps are placed at either end.OR Some people get confused with pitches and wickets. The pitch is the area between the bowling creases.
The playing field
a British term for soccer field.
A term also used to describe the wicket where the batting and bowling is performed. Wickets must be 22 yards in length to comply with the Laws of Cricket.
British term for a soccer field.
playing field for soccer, rugby or cricket
A term used in some countries for a soccer field.
See field of play.
the prepared rectangle of grass in the centre of a cricket field, which has a wicket at each end and along which the bowler bowls the ball to the batsman. the bounce of a ball (usually on the pitch(1)). v.i. (of a ball) to bounce (usually on the pitch(1)). The ball pitched short. v.t. (of a bowler) to bounce the ball on the pitch(1). The bowler pitched the ball short.