No. Only the parts of the body that can play the ball are considered in the offside determination.
only if they are the goalie
In the tackle scenarion. When a ruck, maul, scrum or lineout forms, a player who is offside and is retiring as required by Law remains offside even when the opposing team wins possession and the ruck, maul, scrum or lineout has ended. The player is put onside by retiring behind the applicable offside line. No other action of the offside player and no action of that player's team mates can put the offside player onside. If the player remains offside the player can be put onside only by the action of the opposing team. There are two such actions: An Opponent runs 5 metres with ball. When an opponent carrying the ball has run 5 metres, the offside player is put onside. An offside player is not put onside when an opponent passes the ball. Even if the opponents pass the ball several times, their action does not put the offside player onside. An Opponent kicks. When an opponent kicks the ball, the offside player is put onside. Related links will take you to the IRB rules covering the range of offside and on side regulations
the thy and arms and legs and feet and hands are used during a football match
No it is not legal to play soccer with your arms
It means a player ha touch the ball with their hands or fore arms.
The player's arms, legs, heart and lungs all get a good workout during the average soccer game.
A player may not deliberately touch the ball with their hands or arms.
A player may play the ball with any part of the body except the hands or arms.
In soccer, you can use everything but your hands and arms. The reason for that is because that is how you play soccer.