It would depend on who committed the foul.
A foul committed by a defender, against an attacker, in the penalty area is a penalty kick for the attackers. A foul committed by an attacker, against a defender, in the penalty area is a direct free kick for the defense.
If an attacking player knocks the ball past the goal line (but not in the goal), and if the goalkeeper is fouled inside his 6-yard box.
You can also shoot inside the 18 yard box.
A bad aspect for a pro soccer player could be committing a foul inside the 18-yard box, or possibly scoring in your own goal on a corner kick.
Nothing. You can only have a 12 yard kick, which is a penalty.
about 15 yard.
There are 36 inches in a yard. There are also 3 feet in a yard.
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The "six yard" (or goal) area serves two purposes. For a goal kick, the ball has to be placed anywhere within the goal area. Secondly, if there is a dropped ball or indirect kick against the defending team inside the goal area, the ball is placed on the line nearest where the infraction occurred.
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There is no 50 yard line on a soccer field. That would be the pointy football next door you're looking for. But, as a pure math problem, there are always 150 feet in 50 yards.
They are allowed anywhere, but if they are in an offside position at the instant of the kick they cannot be involved with play, interfere with an opponent, or gain an advantage by being in an offside position.
A yard of gravel is the amount of gravel that will fill a container whose inside dimension is 1 yard by 1 yard by 1 yard. It's a cubic yard of gravel. The metric equivalent is .9144 meters by .9144 meters by .9144 meters.