The penalty mark is 12 yards from the goal line.
The penalty area extends 18 yards to either side of the goal, and 18 yards to the front of it.
The penalty area is 44 yards (40.23 m) wide and 18 yards (16.5 m) deep. The goal area is 20 yards (18.3 m) wide and 6 yards (5.5 m) deep.
The distance from the goal line to the penalty mark should be 12 yards.
12 yards (11 meters) from the goal.
it is 11 meters or 12 yards
The penalty area is 18 yards deep and 44 yards wide. The goal area is 6 years deep and 20 yards wide.
The correct term would be the "goal area" and it is the smaller of the two areas on each end of the soccer field. The larger is called the "penalty area." The goal area is 6 yards deep and 18 yards wide.
The penalty area is bounded by lines 18 yards from the inside of each goal post, so the total width of the penatly area is 18 yards + 8 yards (width of the goal) + 18 yards = 44 yards. The minimum width of a soccer field is 50 yards. So theoretically the penalty area could be as close as 3 yards from the touch line. The maximum width of a soccer field is 100 yards, so the maximum distance to the touch line would be 28 yards. For international matches, the width of the field must be between 70 and 80 yards, so the distance to the touch line would be between 13 and 18 yards.
The penalty mark should be 12 yards from the goal line.