It IS possible ! I remember a televised game years ago. The goal-keeper took a goal-kick - with so much power - it ended up in the net at the opposite end of the pitch ! There's a long list of goal-keepers who have scored goals - on Wikipedia (see related link)
As they said above, any rule forbids it, a goalkeeper is as able to score as any field player. Of course, its position on the field makes it an unusual situation:
- It use to happen on free kicks and penalties, when they can shoot and have time to get back if they miss (some specialized in this area were Rogerio Ceni and Jose Luis Chilavert).
- On last minutes free kicks or corner kicks, some goalkeepers go to the opposite area and add another player to the situation, helping the chance of scoring.
- On very rare occasions, if the kick is good, the other GK is off guard and wind helps some, they can shoot a Side-to-side goal
Goal keepers cannot score goals :/
No, only the Goal Shooter and Goal Attack can score goals.
Arthur Rowley scored 434 goals in 619 gqame
A person needs to pass to a member of their team that person has to run up the pitch and try and get the ball past the goalkeeper and score a goal. If a player scores the goal 1 point will be added to their team.
Yes they have made the goalposts larger to encourage the players to score more goals.
Goal Attack and Goal Shooter.
yes they do where hats in football the goal keepers
If the puck gets in team A's net, Team B gets 1 point or goal. If Team A then scores on Team B, the score is now 1-1. If it goes it it counts as 1.
they try to score goals on the opposite goal
To score as many goals as possible and to score more goals as the opposition
Anyone Can Score A Goal.
By getting the ball into the goal ie score a goal