You can score a goal directly from a goal kick but only against the opponents.
If you kick it into your own goal...
...and it did not leave the penalty area first, then the goal kick is rekicked.
...and it did leave the penalty area first, then play is restarted with a corner kick for the opponents.
There can be no offside offense directly from a goal kick.
If the ball is literally PLAYED to the player by the opposition, then no, he cannot be offside.
However, if the ball takes a deflection off the opposing player, then the player must be ONSIDE when his team mate plays the ball, regardless of his position when it hits the opposing player.
Although the player is in an offside position at the moment of the kick, they are not guilty of an offside infraction because the ball was not passed to them by a team-mate.
A direct free kick would be awarded to the opposing team.
A player may not be guilty of an offside infraction directly from a goal kick.
Goal kicks, corner kicks, and throw-ins are specifically mentioned in Law 11 as exceptions.
No. Goal kicks are specifically mentioned as exempt. So are corner kicks.
A goal keeper is allowed to touch the ball with their hands when the ball is inside their own penalty area. If a goal keeper does so outside of the area, then a direct free kick is awarded to the opposing team.
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 cannot deliberately handle the ball outside of his own penalty area. If they do, then a direct free kick is awarded to the opponents.
No. The goal keeper may only touch the ball with their hands in their own penalty area.
No, they may also kick it, though they often use hands as it grants them better control
Yes. The goalkeeper may leave the penalty area at any time during play, but cannot touch the ball with his hands while outside of the area.
Everyone can touch the ball in soccer, but not with their arms or hands. Only the goalie can do that. The goalie can touch the ball with any part of their body. The referee can't touch the ball, or else that would mess up play.
A direct free kick for the attackers at the location of the infraction. The penalty arc is not part of the penalty area.
All opponents must be outside of the penalty area when the goal kick is taken. No player may touch the ball again until it has left the penalty area or the goal kick is retaken.
There is no such thing as a "goalie kick", but you are most likely referring to a goal kick.When: If the ball exits the field across the goal line, was last touched by an attacker, and a goal is not awarded, then the restart is a goal kick.How: The defense takes possession of the ball and places it anywhere in their own goal area. They then get to kick the ball back into play. The ball must leave the penalty area before it is in play. No player may touch it until it has left the penalty area.
As long as she's not past the second line she can grab it but if she passes the second line in front of her she has to kick it out their is a big box which is call the penalty area. The keeper can only pick the ball up in this area but not when their own team mates intentionally passes it to them
All players, except the penalty taker must be at least 10 yards away from the penalty spot when the penalty is taken. As the Penalty Area extends 18 yards from the goal line, and the Penalty Spot is 12 yards from the goal line, the distance from the Penalty Spot to the edge of the Penalty Area can be as little as 6 Yards. The Arc - not half circle - marks the area outside the Penalty Area, that is within 10 yards of the Penalty Spot, and therefore outside which players must be when the penalty is taken