no the goaolie doesn't HAVE to they can also kick it
Yes, as long as it is the opposing teams throw in. If it is his own team, it is the same as a passback and he must use his feet.
Only on throw-ins or if you're a goalie.
The goalie is the only person that can touch the ball during the soccer game unless it is a throw in then the defence can use their hands to throw it in. or the ref
You should have someone throw you a ball and catch while moving side to side in the goal.
You can use your hands in soccer, assuming you are a goalie. Otherwise, however, you can't. Hockey is similar, as you can use your hands to secure the puck if you are a goalie, but otherwise, you cannot.
The laws do not prevent a goal from being scored from a goal keeper's throw.In practice no goal keeper can throw it that far, so there are no known examples.
If a goal keeper touches the ball with their hands, within their own penalty area, directly from a throw-in by a team-mate then play will be stopped and the restart will be an indirect free kick for the opponents at the location of the touch.
#1 - when it's goalie ball #2 - throw in
Once any player has touched it after a throw-in a goal may be scored.
No. The goal keeper may only touch the ball with their hands in their own penalty area.
throw and catch the ball in opposite hands
Have a friend or somebody take a tennis ball and throw at the wall and you try to catch the ball.
Yes. One of the requirements for a properly executed throw-in is with both hands and passing over the head.