You aim at the goal and shoot.
if a defender kicks it over the line where their goal it is a corner
The goalkeeper has all the rights of any other player, plus their special privilege to handle the ball within their own penalty area. This means that goalkeepers can legally take goal kicks, corner kicks, kickoffs, free kicks, penalty kicks, throw-ins, and are required to take a turn during kicks from the penalty mark to determine a winner (a.k.a. shootout) before any team mate may kick a second time.
There is no such thing as a "Direct Goal Kick." Goals can be scored from Goal Kicks Goals can be scored from Direct Free Kicks According to FIFA Laws of the Game
If he kicks it into the opponent's goal, then a goal is awarded and a kick-off is given to the opposing team. If he kicks it into his own goal, then the kick was backwards and must be retaken. In some youth leagues (under 8) there are no direct kicks, so if the ball were untouched into the goal, the kick would be retaken. If a defender touched it on the way to the net, the goal would count. This is similar to a throw-in, which cannot score a goal directly.
it is still counted as a goal
The opposition (or whoever didn't score the goal)
An own goal
You get a goal kick when the other team kicks the ball off the field where your goal is...then you put the ball on one of the corners of the goalie box and the goalie kicks it as hard as they can down the field
In football, it is a goal kick if the opposition kicks towards the goal, but the ball misses the goal mouth and crosses the touchline out of play. The goalkeeper places the ball and kicks it down towards the other end of the pitch, or directly towards a team member.
when the ball goes out and the goalie kicks it its called a goal kick. When the goalie catches it and kicks it its called a punt.
"Penalty kicks" refer to the kicks awarded during a match and not the ones after a match to decide the winner, those are called "kicks from the mark." A goal keeper may be substituted for prior to a penalty kick during the match, if the goal keeper's team has substitutions remaining. A goal keeper may only be substituted during kicks from the mark if they are injured and only if the goal keeper's team has substitutions remaining. Naming a field player as the new goal keeper is always an option, but that is not a substitution.
If offense (forward) kicks it out, it would be a corner kick. If defenc kicks it out, it would be a goal kick.
corner kicks in soccer are won if the defending team puts the ball out of play on their back line whereas goal kicks are if the offending team puts the ball behind their attacking goal
Its still a goal, it doesn't matter who scores it.
a feild goal kicker
he bit his chest
Yes, of course.
If a goalie kicks the ball out, and it goes into the opposition's net, the goal stands.
A player may not be guilty of an offside infraction directly from a goal kick. Goal kicks, corner kicks, and throw-ins are specifically mentioned in Law 11 as exceptions.
when the opposite team kicks it out
the 18 yd box is mostly used for goal kicks, the keeper's bounderies, and penalty kicks. for goal kicks, the ball must go beyond the 18 yd box. the keeper can only use his/her hands inside the box. if there is a foul commited in the box then you get a direct freekick 12 yds away from the goal.
If someone on the goalie's team kicks the ball on the goalie's line, the other team gets to take a corner kick on them. You go to the corner flag left or right of the opponent's goal and take a kick. Players (defense and offense) try to either block or shoot a goal.