The lines that run one yard apart down the centre of the field. They are located 70 feet and 9 inches from each sideline. If a play ends on the right side of the pitch, the next play will begin from the right hash mark. A play ends on the left, the next play begins on the left hash mark and so on.
Two-foot lines extending from the four faceoff circles that help wingers determine their position on the ice during a faceoff.
These marks divide the field into thirds. Whenever the ball becomes dead on or outside one of these marks, it is placed on its respective hash mark.
lines on the field between which plays from scrimmage begin.
lines between which the ball begins each play. The lines are parallel to and a distance in from the side lines and marked as broken lines.
In Ice hockey, the hash marks are two pairs of parallel lines on either sides of the face-off circles in both ends of the rink.