No, the only place a goalkeeper may handle the ball is in his own penalty area.
Not with their hands. A goal keeper may only use his hands inside of his own penalty area.
With two exceptions, a goal keeper may deliberately handle the ball within their own penalty area.
A goal keeper may play anywhere on the field, just like their team-mates. The goal keeper may not handle the ball outside of their own penalty area.
The goal keeper is always considered a defender, if he is in or out of the penalty area.
No. Only in the penalty area may the goal keeper handle the ball.
A goal keeper may never use their hands outside of their own penalty area. A goal keeper may not use their hands, even in their penalty area, when a team-mate deliberately plays the ball to them with their feet. A goal keeper may not use their hands, even in their penalty area, when a team-mate directly throws the ball to them on a throw-in.
most of the time when a goal keeper takes the penalty shot but sometimes when the goal keeper of the other team is so much above his field or area the goal keeper may kick the ball from goal to the other goal.
The kicker and the defending goal keeper.
No. It doesn't matter where the goalkeeper is.The ballmust be in the penalty area (on the line is inside) for the keeper to touch it.
A goal keeper is allowed to use their hands only within their own penalty area.
As long as the ball is inside their penalty area a goal keeper may handle the ball. The position of the ball is important. The position of the goal keeper is not.
It is an arc that is drawn outside of the penalty area with a radius of ten yards and the center being the penalty mark. (Note: the mark is only 6 yards from the edge of the penalty area area) Whenever a penalty kick is taken all players, except the kicker and the goal keeper, must be outside of the penalty area, at least ten yards from the mark, and not closer to the goal line than the mark. Other than the taking of penalty kicks, it has no other function.