In a basketball court, how many square feet are there?

A basketball court that is officially sanctioned by the National Basketball Association or the National Collegiate Athletic Association measures 94 feet by 50 feet and covers 4,700 square feet.

The NBA and NCAA play on the largest courts that have been officially sanctioned.

The International Basketball Federation, as well as all high schools and elementary schools in the United States, play on smaller courts than the NBA and NCAA. The International Basketball Federation courts are 91.86 feet long and 49.21 feet wide, with a total surface of 4,520 square feet. High school basketball courts measure 84 feet by 50 feet and cover 4,200 square feet, but elementary school courts measure 74 feet by 42 feet and cover only 3,108 square feet.

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