Yes, of course, if he hits or slashes the goalie for example...
The offsides rule in soccer prevents a player from standing by the goal and waiting for passes. When the ball is kicked, you cannot be behind the last defender (not including the goalie).
offsides is when the defense or attack cross the mid line* but there are exception with the defense like if a middie stays behind the midline the defense person can go across this is called middie back *There must be a certain number of players on each side of the mid line per team, which is the reason for offsides. (the number of players mandatory on each side per team varies) Each team has to have 4 players in their Defensive end and 3 players in there offensive end. If a team has less then 4 or 3 respectively this would be offsides. Any player including long pole, goalie, mid field or attack can cross the middle line as long the side they are leaving has the correct number of players remaining. Although not common a goalie could technically go end to end all over the field with being penalized for offsides. So for example if a player crosses the middle line leaving less the minimum number of players remaining in the end that team would be penalized for the infraction with either a loss of possession or a 30 second technical penalty.
A lacrosse team must have a minimum of three players, plus the goalie, on their defensive half of the field at all times. Sometimes, a defenseman will carry the ball across midfield and into the offensive zone. If another player, usually a midfielder, does not take his place by remaining in the defensive zone, then offsides will be called.
Well, you can ask a soccer player anything that is related to soccer. Here are a few with the answers. 1. What is offsides? When a player with the ball gets a pass from their team mate but the opponent is in back of the person who got the pass. (Should be something like that) 2. How do you get a throw in? When the opponent kicks the ball out of bounds. 3. How many people on the field at a time? (Depends on their age) 12 and under 8 including goalie (7 not including goalie) 13 and up 11 including goalie (10 not including goalie) 4. What are the positions? Goalie, defense, offense mid-field Hope these helped!
It's called the crease. And like a pitcher's mound (just ask Oakland's Dallas Braden) it's the goalie's office. A player from an opposing team is technically not allowed to stand in the area or he is in danger of being penalized although, sometimes they get away with it. A player from your own team is not allowed to cover, freeze, or in any manner hold on to the puck in that area. The goalie can of course do any of those things.
There is no offside in field hockey.
Offsides and obstruction
Offsides occur when an attacking player is past the second to last defender when the ball is played, and that person as the opportunity to affect the play.
Although the player is in an offside position at the moment of the kick, they are not guilty of an offside infraction because the ball was not passed to them by a team-mate.
A goalie is a player whose job is to stop the puck from entering the net.
He can be, if he gets involved with active play somehow.