If the ball has already gone out, the appropriate team gets a free hit (either a 16-yard hit or a long corner); the defender may then be passing the ball to another player for them to take it from the right place in which case play proceeds. If they hit the ball away to waste time, a penalty corner may be awarded. If you refer to the 16-yard/14.63-metre hit, the rules for taking a free hit apply; there is no restrictive rule concerning only it (e.g. must go outside the 23-metre area, cannot be out on the full).
any time the ball goes out of play, possession is given to the other team than the player who touched it last. If it goes over the touch line in the attacking end, and an attacker touched it last, then it becomes a goal kick.
It depends on what sport you are playing. Some such as hockey and football award a corner kick/hit; other sports award the ball to the defense regardless - others still give the ball to the offense a short distance from the backline.
If the ball goes over the backline, four things may be done to restart play. If the ball was last played by an attacker, then the defense receive a free hit up to 14.63 metres (16 yards) out from the backline and in line with where the ball left the field, parallel with the sidelines. If the ball was accidentally played by a defender (e.g. a deflection or uncontrolled intercept), a free hit is taken by the attackers on the sideline nearest to where the ball went out, 5 metres from the backline. If the ball was intentionaly played over the backline by a defender (e.g. to relieve the pressure from the defense), play is restarted by a penalty corner. Finally, if the ball was played by an attacker at all in the circle, did not leave the circle hence, and crossed wholly over the backline between the goalposts and under the crossbar, a goal is awarded to the attacking team. The free hit is taken by the defense at that time from the halfway point, with every player in their defensive half.
If it is deliberately hit over the backline by a defender, a penalty corner should be awarded. This does not include a goalkeeper making a save or clearing the ball to prevent a goal. If it is accidental or is clearly an attempt to hit the ball to the sideline, it will be a long corner.
It is out!
whatever team didnt kick it out makes a legal throw in
[i.e. say there is a black team and a red team. If the black team kicks it out, then it is the red team's throwin]
if a defender kicks it over the line where their goal it is a corner
The defense gets a 16-yard/15 metre hit. This is a free hit taken in line with where the ball went out, up to 15 metres from the backline (level with the top of the circle).
If any person from the team, not just the defender hits the ball past any endline (side line or touch line), then it is a throw in for the other team
Whichever person touched it last, the opposing team gets it.
I think the ball is still live, because the attacker kept the ball in play by hitting it.
Assuming this took place on the field, the fan is considered an outside agent (OA) and the restart is a drop ball where it was touched.
Many things can occur when the ball goes out of bounds... (1) If the ball goes over a side line last touched by an attacker, the defense receives a throw-in. (2) If the ball goes over a side line last touched by a defender, the attacker receives a throw-in. (3) If the ball goes over a touch line (not between the goal posts and under the crossbar) last touched by an attacker, the defense receives a goal kick. (4) If the ball goes over a touch line (not between the goal posts and under the crossbar) last touched by a defender, the attacker receives a corner kick. According to FIFA Laws of the Game. Youth rules may be modifided.
then the team who was on offence at the time (because they didnt touch the ball last before it went out) gets a throw in (throwns the ball over their head from the sidelines onto the field)
The batter is out unless a fielder touched the ball
The question makes no sense. What is the situation? A live ball may be touched by any player, with no revolutions required.
Generally, a soccer ball kicked below the center will go upward.
Disqualification happens when a player touches the soccer ball with their hands when he was supposed to kick a penalty
If the ball cross the line of the goal, it's a goal kick.
loss of possession (ball handed over to other team)