Tap: dummy half caught, off site, change over
There is no penalty. Any touch by the kicking team is considered a "legal touch" as long as the football travels the entire ten yards, no matter if it hits the ground first or not.
No. It is only a penalty kick if you do it deliberately, in your own penalty area, and are not the goalkeeper. Otherwise it is a direct free kick offence.Under certain circumstances, for example doing it to deny a goal-scoring opportunity, it can also result in a send off.
No. It doesn't matter where the goalkeeper is.The ballmust be in the penalty area (on the line is inside) for the keeper to touch it.
In Australia, the game of "Touch" is played with a football. It is sometimes incorrectly called "Touch football", but it has no allegiance to the game of football.
"no it cant ever touch the ground unless a fumble" Completely incorrect. A lateral pass can touch the ground in the NFL and collegiate football.
During the taking of a penalty kick, the kicker may not touch the ball a second time until it has touched another player.The goal post or crossbar is not another player.The goal keeper is another player.
You may touch the barrel. If the barrel is knocked over, there is a time penalty.
NRL is tackle football, there are kicks in play (start of field) and there are converisons. Touch football requires you to touch a player, no kicks during plays and no converisons.
In an on-sides kick the football does not have to touch the ground. The football must travel at least 10 yards before the kicking team can legally touch the football.