Yes. An indirect free kick, for either team, may be awarded within the penalty area.
Only the defense may be awarded a direct free kick in the penalty area.
An indirect free kick may be awarded in the penalty area. It is not promoted to a penalty kick. If it is in the goal area, the kick location must be moved away from the goal line to the top of the goal area (6 yards out).
An indirect free kick would be awarded to the opposing team.
A goal kick is awarded when the ball completely exits the field across the goal line and was last touched by an attacker.If it does so between the goal posts, under the crossbar, and was not directly from an indirect free kick or a throw-in, then a goal is awarded and the restart is a kick off for the defense.
When a player commits a foul in his own penalty area (the one surrounding the goal that he is protecting), such as pushing an opponent, a penalty kick is awarded to the attacking team, unless advantage is played. In some places, very young players do not use penalty kicks, such as U-8 games in the United States, and sometimes all free kicks are indirect.
Only when a foul is committed such as handball or a bad tackle - offsides or back passes are indirect free kicks!
If the penalty was successful, then no goal is awarded and the kick is retaken. If the penalty was not successful, then no goal is awarded and an indirect free kick is awarded to the defense. They will not get a 2nd shot at the goal because their own player infringed.
The restart for an offside offense is an indirect free kick. Another player must touch it for a goal to be scored during an indirect free kick.
There is only one type of indirect free kick. There are 8 offenses that can result in an indirect free kick being given.
A direct free kick if handled outside the defender's penalty area. A penalty kick if handled inside the offender's penalty area. It can be considered misconduct also, under some circumstances.
Indirect free kick.
A free kick is given when a player commits any direct or indirect free kick offense, as defined in the Laws of the Game. These include pushing or tripping opponents, handling the ball, and so on.
Only if the kick awarded was a direct free kick.