No, that's called a handling. The handling rule includes anywhere from the fingertips to the shoulder. The touch must be intentional and is totally up to the discretion of the refereed. A ball that inadvertently touches a players hand or arm from a kick or bounce is usually not called. When a "handling" infraction occurs the opposing team receives possession of the ball via an indirect kick at the point of infraction.
The only player allowed to "handle" the ball is the goal keeper and only when he is inside his own penalty area. He may NOT, however, "handle" the ball if it is intentionally kicked to him by one of his own team or if he steps outside the penalty area.
Any other player may touch the ball with their hands if the ball goes out of bounds (into "touch") over the sideline (touch line) in which a throw-in occurs. Other players may also touch the ball with their hands to place the ball for goal kicks, corner kicks, direct kicks, and indirect kicks.
no that is false
Only the goalie can use his hands - but all other body parts are usable for players.
No you can't if you are forward of defense. Only the goalie is allowed to use their hands in soccer.
Some players can use their hands in soccer, like the goalkeeper or players taking throw-ins.
goalies in soccer have i major objective: stop all balls that come near the goal. the goalies can touch the ball with their hands and feet, but arent allowed to leave their white box painted around the goal.
The goalie is the only player on the field who can use their hands, but only inside their 18 yard box. The other players are only allowed to use their hands if they are doing a throw in.
because when they call out they raise there hands to get the player with the balls attention
Since the goalie is the only one allowed to use their hands, they have different uniforms so the referee's can identify them for the other players.
The goalie is the only player who can use his hands during play in soccer.
compare- use balls,contrast- soccer uses feet basketball uses hands
because is isn't rugby