THERE IS NO PENALTY
A Try is the highest scoring point maker available with 5 points then it is a penalty kick with 3 then a conversion kick which you take after a try. So a try is the equivalent of a goal in football
If the penalty was successful, then no goal is awarded and the kick is retaken. If the penalty was not successful, then no goal is awarded and an indirect free kick is awarded to the defense. They will not get a 2nd shot at the goal because their own player infringed.
a kick off, field goal, and extra point
A penalty kick is a type of free kick in association football, taken from twelve yards(approximately eleven metres) out from goal and with only the goalkeeper of the defending team between the penalty taker and the goal. A penalty kick is performed during normal play. Similar kicks are made in a penalty shootout to determine who progresses after a tied match; though similar in procedure these are not penalty kicks and are governed by different rules. A penalty kick is a direct free kick, which means that he can score a goal without another person having to touch the ball first. You cannot score a goal straight from an indirect free kick
a disadvantage or handicap imposed on a player or team, typically for infringement of rules.Football:A penalty kick (or penalty) is a type of free kick in association football, taken from twelve yards (approximately eleven metres) out from goal and with only the goalkeeper of the defending team between the penalty taker and the goal.
Several contributors made notes on the rules concerning the goal kick in association football/soccer. They are condensed here:The kick can be taken from anywhere in the goal area (the small box) and is not in play until it has left the penalty area (the big box) into the field of play.After the kick, no player may touch it until it has left the penalty area. If they do, the goal kick is retaken.If the ball does not enter play, if it does not leave the penalty area or crosses the defender's goal line before entering play, then the goal kick is retaken. This applies even if it enters the kicking team's goal.A goal kick is a direct free kick, if it goes straight into the opponent's goal then a goal is awarded.If a goal kick does enter play, but somehow enters the kicking team's goal directly, no goal is awarded and the restart will be a corner kick for the opposing team.
You can score a goal directly from a goal kick but only against the opponents. If you kick it into your own goal... ...and it did not leave the penalty area first, then the goal kick is rekicked. ...and it did leave the penalty area first, then play is restarted with a corner kick for the opponents. There can be no offside offense directly from a goal kick.
An indirect free kick may be awarded in the penalty area. It is not promoted to a penalty kick. If it is in the goal area, the kick location must be moved away from the goal line to the top of the goal area (6 yards out).
The goal kick is retaken.
Retake the goal kick
Its called a point. 3 points equal gold in Irish Football.
Not legally. No player is allowed in the penalty area whilst a goal kick is being taken other than the player taking the goal kick (usually the goalkeeper). If anotehr outfield player takes the goal kick then the goalkeeper can be in the penalty area. No player is allowed the touch the ball after the kick is taken until it leaves the penalty area.
All opponents must be outside of the penalty area when the goal kick is taken. No player may touch the ball again until it has left the penalty area or the goal kick is retaken.
If a penalty kick is taken at goal and succeeds, three (3) points are awarded. Otherwise, it is merely a manner of restarting play and does not carry any point bonus.
If the 'kick' is intentional, it is an illegal kick penalty. If it is unintentional, it is a fumble.
If the ball crosses the goal line on it's own momentum, then a goal is scored, even if the keeper touched it. If it is a penalty kick during the match itself, then the kicker may only kick it again if it has touched another player, such as the goal keeper. If it is a penalty kick in extended time (e.g. time expired after the penalty kick had already been called) or if during kicks from the penalty mark (a.k.a. shootout) then no player may touch it a second time, except the goal keeper.
It is a direct free kick, or a penalty kick if a defender kicks an attacker in the defender's penalty area.
A retake is taken if...a defender infringes during the kick and a goal was not scoredan attacker infringes during the kick and a goal was scored
If the throw-in was performed by an opponent, yes. If the throw-in was performed by a team-mate, no. The restart would be an indirect free kick for the opponents at the point where the goal keeper touched the ball. This would be a free kick within the the penalty area and not a penalty kick. If the offense occurred within the goal area, then the free kick would be moved to the top of the goal area closest to the point where the offense occurred.
A goal kick that goes directly into the kicker's own goal is retaken. A goal kick is not properly taken until it leaves the penalty area.
The goalkeeper must have both feet on the line for the penalty kick.
A goal kick is a direct free-kick awarded to the defending team. It is awarded when a player from the attacking team causes the ball to cross the goal line and a goal is not awarded (for example, because the ball went wide of the goal, or a the ball crossed to goal line as a result of an indirect free-kick). A goal-kick is taken by the goalkeeper or any defending player placing the ball in his own goal area (six yard box) and hoofing the ball upfield. Technically a hoof is not compulsory, but the fast majority of goal-kicks are hoofed upfield. All members of the attacking team must leave the penalty area until the ball has left the penalty area following a goal kick. The ball must leave the penalty directly from the kick. If the kicker fails to kick the ball outside the penalty area, the kick is retaken. A goal can be scored from a goal kick, because a goal can be scored from a direct free-kick. An own-goal cannot be scored from a goal kick, because an own-goal cannot be scored from a direct free-kick. A goal kick is called a goal kick because it is taken from the goal area (six yard box). A player cannot be offside from a goal kick.
A penalty kick is taken from the Penalty Mark, a painted disc 12 yards from the goal line and equidistant from the goal posts. The ball is considered to be legally placed if any part of it is on or over any part of the penalty mark.