No...not really. You can line up for a FG on 3rd down. If you get a bad snap, you can fall on the ball and then line up again on 4th down. But once a "kick" is attempted, you have given possesion of the ball to the other team. ----
The only way that could happen is if the kick was missed and there was a penalty that the kicking team accepted that would allow them to keep possession of the ball but would not give them a first down. *If the ball was kicked for goal, then charged down and recovered by the kicking team without having passed the line of scrimmage, the players might be able to reset and kick again. This has an extremely low probability of happening as the recovering player is likely to be downed or score a touchdown, and will never even consider attempting another kick.
Field hockey is a sport in which two opposing teams, of 11 players each, attempt to score goals. They do this by manoeuvring a small hard ball with sticks, and getting into the opponent's goal. More information can be found at the related links.
The rules state no more than 100 metres between goal lines
yes in a way it is, but a field hockey field has a "dome shape" around the goal. and a soccer field's is more like a rectangle.
The laws state the length shall be no more that 100 meters goal line to goal line and no more then 50 meters touch line to touch line
Soccer goal posts must not be more than 5 in (12 cm) and must be the same as the width of the lines on the field.
The additional player would be cautioned for entering the field without the permission of the referee and told to leave the field. If this was discovered immediately after a goal was scored by that team, then the goal could be disallowed.
Field Hockey is played with wooden sticks and a hard ball. The sticks are used to dribble, pass or shoot the ball down the field to the opposing teams goal line. Goal is worth one point and the team who scores the most goals in the allotted time wins the game. Regulation hockey sticks can be used but it's more fun and a tad safer with good old sticks.
Goal line to goal line is no more than 100 meters with a width of touch line to touch line not exceeding 70 meters
IRB regulations state the a opitch may be no more that 100 meters in length from goal line to goal line. There is an in goal area of no more that 22 meters from the goal line to dead ball line at each end of the pitch and a pitch may not be wider than 70 meters
To score more goals than the other team by hitting the ball into the goal. Obviously with rules.
The distance is 10ft in both endlines. So there are 20 ft I don't get that answer.The distance from goal line to goal line is 100 yards minus the width of one white stripe. For clarification, starting at the south goal line it is ten yards from the north side of the goal line to the north side of the ten yard stripe. Continue this down the field and you are at the north side of the other ten yard stripe. Ten more yards would be the north side of the goal line. A touchdown occurs at the south side of the stripe. One stripe less than 100 yards.