If all three players are sent off before the first Kick From the Penalty Mark tiebreaker is taken, then both teams must nominate 8 players that were on the field at the end of play to participate. This is known as the "reduce to equate" principle. The eight players must still include a goalkeeper and 7 outfield players.
When a penalty kick scores, it counts as a goal (just as any other goal). Penalty kicks that do not score (similar to regular goals) count for nothing.The exception are kicks from the penalty mark (the "Penalty Shootout": the tie-breaker sometimes used when a game must have a winner, such as in most tournaments). When these kicks are successful, they are not counted as goals, but tracked separately to determine the winner.
It is an arc that is drawn outside of the penalty area with a radius of ten yards and the center being the penalty mark. (Note: the mark is only 6 yards from the edge of the penalty area area) Whenever a penalty kick is taken all players, except the kicker and the goal keeper, must be outside of the penalty area, at least ten yards from the mark, and not closer to the goal line than the mark. Other than the taking of penalty kicks, it has no other function.
Assuming the scored remains tied, during kicks from the penalty mark all players on a team must kick before anyone may kick a second time.
"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.
You are probably referring to the penalty arc which is at the top to the penalty area. It is not exactly a half of a circle.Prior to the taking of a penalty kick all players except the kicker and the opposing goal keeper must be outside of the penalty area and at least 10 yards from the penalty mark. The penalty mark is only 8 yards from the edge of the penalty area! So an extra bit of distance is added to show the players where they must be.
Yes indeed. In fact, Manuel Neuer (Goalkeeper of Bayern Munich) actually scored a penalty for Bayern in the Champions League Final against Chelsea in the penalty shootout!
That is the penalty arc. Its center is the penalty mark and has a radius of 10 yards. During a penalty kick, all non-kicking players must be outside of the penalty area and also the penalty arc at the moment of the kick.
The arc at the top of the penalty area is not a full half circle. It is scribed out with the penalty mark as its center, and it's there to provide a reference mark that allows players and the officials to know where "10 yards from the ball" is with reference to the penalty mark. Upon a penalty kick, players will take up positions about the top of the penalty box, but outside the arc. The top center of the penalty box is actually a bit closer to the penalty mark than 10 yards. Hence the need for the line. The Laws of the Game require players to be ten yards from the penalty mark (and outside of the penalty box) at the time a penalty kick is taken. Players must remain outside those areas until the ball is touched to (re)initiate play.
No, there is no penalty for this. In a competition round, you can not borrow clubs or balls, but you are permitted to borrow items such as tees and a pitch mark repairer. So no need to worry.
If the kicking team has substitutions remaining, then a substitute be brought on to take a penalty kick, both during regulation, extra, or extended time. A substitution is not allowed during kicks from the penalty mark to decide a winner, except in the case of goal keeper injury.
The kicks are not actually penalty kicks but are called kicks from the mark. Each team initially takes five kicks. If the score is still level after that then each team then takes one kick until one team scores and the other doesn't. No player may kick a second time until all their teammates have kicked once.
A penalty kicker may be changed between retakes of a penalty kick. When taking kicks from the penalty mark to decide the winner, no kicker may kick again until everyone on their team has taken a turn.