No, if it's a defender against an attacker, it is a penalty.
"Foul" is a term used to describe direct free kick offenses. Those are automatically promoted to a penalty kick while in the penalty area.
There are 8 possible infractions that could result in an indirect free kick. The term foul generally refers to the direct free kick offenses.
A "foul" is a term used to describe offenses punishable by a direct free kick. Fouls cannot be punished by indirect free kicks.
Fouls are actions that are normally punishable by a direct free kick. It is incorrect to call an indirect free kick offense a foul.
A wicked slide tackle,Hitting or Kicking.being too rough.
you get fouls by pushing, bad throw in's, and some other things... :)
looks for fouls and reffs
Yes there are fouls in U-10 soccer. A foul is a foul, no matter what age. Now fouls in U-10 soccer may not be on purpose like some of those in age groups above U-10, but they may be. Again though, a foul is a foul, no matter what the age.
He tells the referee if it's offsides, judges if it's a corner kick or throw in, and fouls
When a player commits a foul in his own penalty area (the one surrounding the goal that he is protecting), such as pushing an opponent, a penalty kick is awarded to the attacking team, unless advantage is played. In some places, very young players do not use penalty kicks, such as U-8 games in the United States, and sometimes all free kicks are indirect.
If a player commits any of the 10 direct free kick offenses in their own penalty area, then play is restarted with a penalty kick for the opposing team.
Teamsport, Ballgame, Assist (pass that leads to score), Fouls; thats pretty much it.
Yellow as a warning, red to be sent off.
The most common statistics kept in soccer are: Games Played, Goals, Assists, Points, Fouls, Cards, Ejections, Shots On Goal, Corner Kicks, Saves and Blocks.
The singular form of fouls is fouls.