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Canadian footballclick to hear

Similar to American football, it has two opposing teams of 12 players; the main difference is that there are only three downs to gain 10 yards.
Canadian football playing field for Canadian football center line end zone goal line players’ bench goal

playing field for Canadian football click to hear

Rectangular surface covered with natural or synthetic grass; it is longer (150 yards) and wider (65 yards) than an American football field.

center line click to hear

Line dividing the field into two zones, one for each team; it is 55 yards from the goal lines.

end zone click to hear

Zone in which a touchdown (six points) is scored when a player crosses it in possession of the ball.

goal line click to hear

Line marking the start of the end zone; the goalposts are located on this line.

players’ bench click to hear

Area for substitute players and coaches; a team’s players are divided into three units: offense, defense and special teams.

goal click to hear

Frame consisting of two goalposts and a crossbar; a team scores points by kicking the ball between the goalposts.