The goal box is where you kick the ball past the goalie to score a goal for your team. The penalty box in soccer occurs around the18 yard area and is just before the goal line. It can result in a penalty kick if the ball goes here.
It is the smallest box on each end of the field next to the goal. In addition, it is sometimes called the "six yard box" because from the goal line to the top of the goal box, the measurement is 6 yards.
The soccer field is 50 yds. wide and 100 yds. long. The sideline is 100 yds. The endline or goalline is 50 yds. The halfway line is 50 yds. the goal box is 6yds. away from the goal. The penalty box is 18 yds. away from the goal.
Penalty kicks are when an offensive player is fouled inside the penalty box. Then a player from that team will kick the ball from the penalty spot. Only the goalkeeper and the kicker are allowed inside the penalty box at the time of the kick. The goalkeeper must stay on the goal line until the ball is kicked. The ball must go completely over the line for the goal to count.
Three are two different "boxes" in soccer: the goal box and the penalty box. The goal box is the small box in front of the goal within which the ball must be placed to take a goal kick. (The ball can also be placed on the line). Size will vary by age group & your soccer club's rules. On adult sized fields the Goal Box extends six yards or 5.5 m from the Goal and Goal Line into the field and for this reason it is sometimes referred to as the "Six". According the official FIFA "laws of the game": Two lines are drawn at right angles to the goal line, 5.5 m (6 yds) from the inside of each goalpost. These lines extend into the field of play for a distance of 5.5 m (6 yds) and are joined by a line drawn parallel with the goal line. The area bounded by these lines and the goal line is the goal area. The penalty box, penalty area or simply "the box" is rectangular and extends 16.5 metres (54 ft) to each side of the goal and 16.5 metres (54 ft) in front of it. Previously, penalty areas extended the width of the field, but were reduced to their current dimensions in 1901. The penalty box includes the goal box. According the FIFA "laws of the game": Two lines are drawn at right angles to the goal line, 16.5 m (18 yds) from the inside of each goalpost. These lines extend into the field of play for a distance of 16.5 m (18 yds) and are joined by a line drawn parallel with the goal line. The area bounded by these lines and the goal line is the penalty area.
There is no penalty box in outdoor soccer. I believe there is for indoor soccer.
The large box around the goal is the penalty area it is 18 yards long, the smaller box is known as the 6 yard box.
The goal keeper is always considered a defender, if he is in or out of the penalty area.
Yes. The only times other players aren't permitted in the penalty box are on the goalkeeper's goal kicks and on penalty kicks.
It the area around the goal where a foul is punished with a penalty. It is not an ark however, but a box around the goal, 18 long.
The so-called "18-yard box" is properly called the Penalty Area. It is 44 yards wide (left and right) and 18 yards deep (from the goal line toward midfield, and the origin of the nickname). The Penalty Area contains the Goal Area (the "six-yard box") and the Penalty Mark (12 yards from the center of the goal, or halfway between the edges of the goal area and penalty area lines). Attached to the Penalty Area is an arc (the "Penalty Arc") that forms that part of a 10-yard circle from the Penalty Mark which lies outside of the Penalty Area. This arc is not part of the Penalty Area; it just indicates where players cannot be during a penalty kick.
You are probably describing the penalty area. It is the larger of the 2 rectangles in front of the goal.