midfield

[mid-feeld, -feeld]
noun
the middle area of a sports field, especially the area midway between the two goals.

Origin:
mid- + field

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midfield (ˌmɪdˈfiːld)
 
n
soccer
 a.  the general area between the two opposing defences
 b.  (as modifier): a midfield player

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Example sentences
Today's game began soberly, too, with a group prayer at midfield.
He would have been stopped much sooner were it not for a moment at midfield.
The camera is mounted on a light pole located midfield at the fuel island on the west side of the aircraft parking ramp.
The apartment is located beneath the downwind leg flight path on the east side of the airport approximately midfield.
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