Well, it’s honestly not possible converting the **running feet to square meter**, since both of these are the different measures and are not correlated with each other. Here the running feet is a linear measure, which is used to measure the distance covered by running feet while the square feet is used to measure the land area.

Both of these measures can’t be used in the terms of each other’s anywhere, hence there is no concept of converting the running feet to meters, however, you can convert square feet to the square meter.

This is how you can make such a conversion:

- Know that 1 square feet consist 0.92903 square meters.
- Now just simply multiply the 0.92903 to any given number of square feet to get the conversion value in a square meter.
- For example in order to calculate that how many square meters are there in 4 square feet
- Multiply the 4 to 0.92903 and the result will be 4×0.92903=3.71612.

In a similar way, you can convert any other value of square feet to the square meter.