In youth and recreational games, the referee will traditionally ask each goalkeeper if they (and their team) are ready. At professional and adult competitive levels, players are expected to be ready when the referee is ready to start play, and so this "signal" does not occur.
the referee will blow his whistle and stop the play
The ball is the responsibility of the referee.
The job of a linesman in soccer is to signal with the help of a flag for off sides , corner kicks and also assist the referee in spotting fouls which the referee failed to see . He has to run up and down the side of the pitch to do this.
The signal for offside in soccer is when the lineman raises his flag above his head and stops running in line with the last defender. When the referee has realized the linesman has raised his flag the linesman points the flag out in front of him.
they can go anywhere on the feild
alot of people
goalies in soccer have i major objective: stop all balls that come near the goal. the goalies can touch the ball with their hands and feet, but arent allowed to leave their white box painted around the goal.
There are no cards......
At youth levels of soccer, players generally line up at the midfield line and yell "sub ref" when they want to enter the field of play. At higher levels of soccer. A fourth official will communicate between the player and referee crew regarding a substitution. The assistant referees will signal with their flags above their head and the referee will give permission for the substitution to take place.
Briana Scurry Hope Solo.
No, there is no need for a goalkeeper to wear a cup.