The football travels a lot farther than the balloon does.
NRL is tackle football, there are kicks in play (start of field) and there are converisons. Touch football requires you to touch a player, no kicks during plays and no converisons.
No. Goal kicks are specifically mentioned as exempt. So are corner kicks.
The kicker kicks the ball through the uprights, making a field goal.
Well, it could probably go either way. A football player who kicks a football, spends all of his time doing that, and is working out his legs muscles, while a soccer player spends every game kicking the ball, so it could go either way.
Yes..... I did it once from a goal kick and it was allowed..... There is nothing in the Laws of Association Football that prevents a goalkeeper from scoring a goal against his opponents. Likewise, if he were to score direct from a goal kick, that is perfectly reasonable.
It's when a football team kicks to the other team