Definitions of NFL and CFL:
NFL: NFL is a national football federation. It’s played in America.
CFL: CFL is the Canadian Football League. It’s played in Canada.
NFL and CFL features:
Number of players in the game:
NFL: The NFL has 11 teams on the field in a single game.
CFL: The CFL has 12 teams on the field in a single match.
The size of the field:
NFL: The school distance of the NFL is 53.5 yards.
CFL: The field width of the CFL is 65 yards.
The length of the field:
NFL: The length of the NFL school is 100 yards.
CFL: The CFL field length is 110 yards.
End of zone:
NFL: The NFL has two zones that finish at 10 yards.
CFL: The CFL has two zones that finish at 20 yards.
Although white balls are used for both NFL and CFL, there are several variations in the balls used
NFL: The white ball used in the NFL has no stripes on it and a wider diameter than the balls used in the CFL.
CFL: The ball used in CFL is heavier, has a larger diameter and has stripes.
Time out of here:
NFL: There are three NFL waiting times for each team in each round.
CFL: There’s only one waiting time per quarter for the CFL players.
This is the time left for the defending side to train for the next session.
NFL: The clock in the NFL is 40 seconds.
CFL: Just 20 seconds of play time is given in the CFL.
NFL: If the game is tied after duration, the NFL will use sudden death to determine the winner.
CFL: In CFL, two assets are given to each game if the game is tied after the period. If the teams are still tied, the game will be declared a draw. For a tie game, the CFL teams have one point, although there is no such system in the NFL. There is a victory or a defeat. The teams with the highest score will make the playoffs in the CFL.