A hand touching the ball does not meet the full criteria for having possession.
A goal keeper is in control of the ball:
1. while the ball is between their hands or between their hand and any surface (e.g. ground, own body)
2. while holding the ball in an outstretched open hand
3. while in the act of bouncing it on the ground or tossing it into the air
During a match, no, unless the ball leaves play (for example if it crosses the goal line outside of the goal).
Here it is not a dead ball.
During a match, no. If the player misses and the ball remains in play, play continues. If however it is a penalty shoot out and the penalty is missed then yes, the ball is dead.
They can decline the penalty, yes... but there would be no reason to decline it, because in high school this is a dead ball foul and the play is immediately blown dead.
it is a skill in football if you play football you have dead-ball skill.and if you do a head attack also do a spring attack in a football match.a spring attack is when you roll and you kick it high.
you get a penalty and have to redo the touchdown. The above answer is wrong. Excessive celebration is a dead-ball personal foul. Because a dead-ball foul occurs after the play is over, the touchdown still stands. The 15-yard penalty is assessed on the ensuing kickoff.
No if it hits the turf it is a dead ball and place where the line of scrimmage was
YES, THEY JUST REPLAY THE DOWN
The live ball penalty is applied first, then the dead ball fouls is applied after the live ball foul. For example, a holding call on the offense would result in a replay of the down with a 10-yard penalty. If that occured on 2nd-and-five, it would become 2nd-and-15. Then, the defensive personal foul would be applied; a 15-yard penalty with an automatic first down. If the original line of scrimmage was the offene's own 40-yard-line, the next play would be 1st-and-10 from the offene's 45.
No, because an illegal shift doesn't happen until the ball is snapped. If every player is shifting, it is legal as long as they pause 2 seconds for high school, 1 second for NCAA/NFL before the snap. So it is a live ball penalty.
Technically neither can be called a foul because once a goal is declared by the ref the ball is considered "dead" & no direct or indirect kick can be issued while a ball is dead. The ref CAN issue a yellow or red (or a time ejection penalty in an indoor soccer match) card for stiking an opponent or for ungentlemanly conduct. If the ball has not gone into the goal yet when "trash talking" starts, then it is a foul but the ref should ignore the foul and declare "advantage" and allow the play to end (most likely) in a goal.
In Little League, the batter is out if they hit the ball with one foot completely out of the batter's box. There is no penalty if they don't hit the ball. There could be a penalty on the pitcher if the reason the batter has a foot out of the box is because the batter didn't finish stepping into the box. A quick pitch is an illegal pitch which counts as a ball.