A goal kick is awarded if the ball crosses the goal line but a valid goal is not scored, and the ball was last touched by the attacking team.
Assuming it has come of an opponent; if it crosses a side line its a throw in, if its a base line it is either a corner (attacking end) or a Goal Kick (defensive end)
When the ball is in the air, gravity brings the ball back down.
If the goalkeeper catches the ball and if the entire ball crosses the line, it is deemed a goal.
you can throw it a ball and when it brings the ball back cuddle with it. or play the harmonica and your in for a real surprize.
The ball is played from where it stops. If you can't hit it out of the hazard, take the drop and penalty.
The same thing when a ball carrier crosses the goal line and gets pushed back. It's a score!
If the ball crosses wholely over the goal line (but not inside the goal) and was last touched by the attacking team, the defensive team is awarded a goal kick.
once a team crosses 1/2 court with the ball (towards the hoop they are shooting on) they may not bring the ball back across 1/2 court.
No, once the ball crosses the line of scrimmage, no passing plays can be made.
Play is restarted in the same way as whenever an attacker plays the ball over the backline: with a 16 yard hit, in front of the goal.
Attacking teamit is called the attacking team