The scale of a bandy discipline is 45–65 meters (148–213 toes) by 90–110 meters (300– 360 toes), which totals to 4,050–7,150 sq. meters (43,600–77,000 sq ft), or about the identical dimension as a soccer floor and significantly bigger than an ice hockey rink. Alongside the aspect strains, a 15 cm (6 inches) excessive border (vant, sarg, wand, wall) is positioned so that it’s going to not permit the ball transfer out of the ice.
On the centre of every quick line, there’s a 3.5m (11 ft) vast and a pair of.1m (6 ft 11 inches) excessive aim put up. In entrance of the cage, there’s a semi-circular penalty area which has a radius of 17m (56 ft).
There are two penalty spots, every positioned at 12 meters (39 ft) in from of the aim put up. There are two free-stroke spots on the penalty line, surrounded by a 5m circle.
The centre spot marks the middle of the bandy discipline and it’s surrounded by a circle of radius 5m (16ft). A line known as the centre-line is drawn parallel to the quick strains via the centre spot.