The goalie stands in front of the net, and can use his hands to stop the ball from going into the net, all the goalie has to do is keep the ball out of the goal
1.the goalie has to stop the ball from going into the goal. 2.
In the middle of the two metal poles. When the ball is being kicked, you can move around to stop the ball from getting in the net.
if you are a golie, you can stop the ball anyway you want, as long as it isn't passed to you by a team mate, in that case you must play the ball with your feet but if the ball is shot then yes you may use your hand fist arm leg foot or anything on your body to stop the ball, but if it goes past the line between the goal post it is concidered a goal.
Okay. There are three general positions in soccer: goalie, defense, and offense. Sometimes, there are extra positions: sweeper and midfield. The goalie is the only person who can use their hands. They stop the ball from going into their team's goal. Defense defends the goal. They are the closest position to the goalie. A couple feet up is the sweeper. Next comes the midfield. And finally, the offense. The goal is to get the soccer ball into the other team's goal using only you're feet.
stop the ball
You can either try and go to the player and kick the ball away or tackle, or stand your ground and take your chances in trying to save the shot.
running endurance and foot coordination if you are a field player if you are the goalie you need hand eye coordination to stop the ball
The force of friction stops the soccer ball
When you stop the ball with your feet you 'trap' the ball.
To a certain degree, yes. If someone piledrivers a shot at you, you need to offer some resistance otherwise you will be taken into the net with it.