When a player is on a break-away with no defense between him and the goalie, and he's tripped, hooked, or anything that causes him to lose control and is considered a penalty, he is awarded a penalty shot.
You can flick it at any Height, provided it goes in of course :)
Never. There are no Umpires nor are there Penalty Strokes in hockey.
The "23 metre" line (actually 22.90 metres overall) defines the defensive zone in field hockey. It is the line at which a fully-padded goalkeeper may not take part in play, and the limit at which a severe penalty can be awarded a penalty corner.
In indoor soccer, a player may be sent to a penalty box (like one used in ice hockey) for a yellow card offense. In indoor soccer, yellow cards are actually blue.
A foul will usually result in a free hit to the other side, if within the 25 yard line it will result in a penalty corner, if in the "D" or the strike zone it will result in a penalty shoot out.
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