A player on their own half of the field cannot be in an offside position, and therefore, cannot be called offside. However, this determination is made at the moment the ball was last played by a teammate. This means that a teammate can pass the ball forward, and a player who is in an offside position can cross back to their own half and collect the ball, and will be called offside. The location of the restart will be the player's position when the teammate played the ball, i.e. on the other half of the field. This is known as an "over and back" offside call. This type of call is fairly uncommon, particularly near midfield, but it can and does happen, especially at youth levels.
You cannot be in an offside position in your own half.
no, u can't
do you mean like handball, offsides, foul?
Hand Balls, offsides, and throw ins
Offsides and obstruction
Rules for goalkeepers and offsides have been changed.
No, you are not considered offside during a throw in, a corner kick, or a goal kick.
offsides in any football (are you talking about footy or soccer) means that right before the ball is hiked, someone is over the line of scrimage. It is called as a 5 yard penalty.
He tells the referee if it's offsides, judges if it's a corner kick or throw in, and fouls
1 point for a goal, two points for a slide tackle, 3 points for an offsides
No, it's a basic sport the only reason would be to review offsides calls
No. Only the parts of the body that can play the ball are considered in the offside determination.