A "foul" commonly refers to the ten offenses for which a direct free kick or a penalty kick is awarded (called "penal fouls"), but technically includes the eight indirect free kick offenses as well. The latter group (IFK offenses) generally do not require there to be contact between players. Some of the penal fouls occur upon the making of inappropriate contact with an opponent, while others only require that the illegal contact be attempted. The first penal foul listed in the Laws of the Game is "kicks or attempts to kick an opponent"; contact is not necessary if the referee believes that the offender attempted to kick the opponent, but missed (in this case, the referee should consider that misconduct may also have to be sanctioned).
A double hit in volleyball is when the same player contacts the ball twice without another player touching the ball.
the ref puts his arm up in the air and keeps it their until it touches another player. if a goal is scored without it touching another player, it is a goalkick
A goal can be scored directly (without any other player touching the ball) from a kick-off, goal kick, corner kick, or direct free kick as far as restarts go.
No. The ball must be touched by another player (see Law 13).
If that happens the team who inbounded the ball turns over the possession to the opposing team.
No, you can not score on a throw in, unless a player on the opposite team has touched it prior to it going in the goal. If a player throws it and it goes into the goal without any player touching it, it's not a goal, just another throw in.
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.
i believe so
A winner is any shot that bounces twice without the opposing player touching the ball with his/ her racquet
It is called an Ace.