anything from shoving a blocker to the ground, to kicking the football
15 yards for illegally kicking a loose ball.
No, the football has to go 10 yards before it can be recovered by the kicking team. if it goes 10 yards and is in the air the kicking team can recover it.
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.
Yes, as long as his or her foot is planted on the ground and does not move. There must be no "kicking" motion as it makes contact with the ball.
Yes, a punter does.ANSWERThey can but rarely do. A punt is not a dropkick. A dropkick involves letting the ball hit the ground and kicking it on the bounce.
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.
you could, but the kicking technique of kicking a football on a stand and a soccer ball on the ground is different. in football you need to tilt your foot as far out as you can to get maximum distance, but in soccer if you kicked a hard ball as hard as you could like that you would probably break something. in soccer you need to make you foot curve around the ball for accuracy. you would have the power but not the right kicking technique.
Anything from a person's legs kicking the ground to run, or kicking a ball.
hill end football club around the ground
if you kick the ground you're kicking the earth