Anyone can kick a field goal.
Any defender may take a goal kick.
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I have not seen film of it, but I am sure it has happened. It is allowed under the Laws of the Game, but only against the opposing team. No own-goal is allowed directly from a goal kick.
No, it must touch another player for a goal to be scored. If thrown into your own goal, it is a corner kick for the opposing team. If thrown into the opponent's goal, it is a goal kick for the opposing team.
You take goal kicks by, pointing your foot down and aim to where you want the ball to go; then kick!
A goal may be scored directly from a goal kick, but only against the opponents. You cannot score an own-goal directly from a goal kick.
A goal may be scored directly from a goal kick, but only against the opponents. An own-goal cannot be scored directly from a goal kick.
Several contributors made notes on the rules concerning the goal kick in association football/soccer. They are condensed here:The kick can be taken from anywhere in the goal area (the small box) and is not in play until it has left the penalty area (the big box) into the field of play.After the kick, no player may touch it until it has left the penalty area. If they do, the goal kick is retaken.If the ball does not enter play, if it does not leave the penalty area or crosses the defender's goal line before entering play, then the goal kick is retaken. This applies even if it enters the kicking team's goal.A goal kick is a direct free kick, if it goes straight into the opponent's goal then a goal is awarded.If a goal kick does enter play, but somehow enters the kicking team's goal directly, no goal is awarded and the restart will be a corner kick for the opposing team.
If someone on the goalie's team kicks the ball on the goalie's line, the other team gets to take a corner kick on them. You go to the corner flag left or right of the opponent's goal and take a kick. Players (defense and offense) try to either block or shoot a goal.
If the crosses the goal line (but not into the goal), and last touched an offensive player; it is a goal kick. It is a corner kick if it was last touched by a defending player.
well, anyone in a team of players in AFL can kick a goal. as long as they have the ball and can kick it through the large goal posts, then they can kick a goal. but, position-wise, generally, the goal kickers are the players that play the positions 'full-forward' and 'half-forward' and they simply need to get the ball and somehow kick it through the goals, whether it be from a mark and a set shot or a running kick through. sometimes midfielders will run up and kick goals and occaisionally even a defender will run through the middle, receive the ball and have a go. hope that helps!
Yes, a goal can be scored directly from the first touch on a kick-off. However, an own-goal cannot be scored in this way, even if the wind blows the ball back or something, until the ball has touched another player after the initial kick.