An offside goal is one that is scored by an offside player. If the assistant referee is out of position, he may not realize that the scorer is offside and the goal may stand. Usually, however, offside goals are disallowed and the defending team is awarded an indirect free kick.
it means outside of the lines or off side dummies
What they usually do is take the ball out of the goal and then after all the celebration they start they ball off into the middle with the opposing side getting possesion with the ball.
The major goal is for one side to defeat the enemy the goal in war is to hurt the other side not kill but hurt.
English football uses the offside rule where at least on defender has to be between the attacker and the goal.
The offensive team gets a free kick
When a goal is scored off a throw in
This is called an "own goal."
To be in front of and between the goal and the other opponent
Goal tending is when a person stands between the goal posts with a racquet and catches the ball when someone tries to score a goal. If they score then the goal tender holds their racquet straight up in the air. If the miss then the goal tender waves the racquet from side to side.
The opposition (or whoever didn't score the goal)
Its still a goal, it doesn't matter who scores it.
Center - can go anywhere except into the goal squares on both sides.Goal Attack - can go into the goal square where they are shooting, the third they started off with and the middle third.Goal Defence - can go into the goal square they are defending, the third they started in and into the middle third.Wing Attack - can go into the third they started off with and the middle third.Wing Defence - can go into the third they started off with and the middle third.Goal Shooter - can go into the the goal square and the the third on the side they are shooting.Goal Keeper - can go into the goal square they are defending and the third they on the side that they are defending.The positions are easy to remember. It is best if you memorise it instead of going where your opponent goes.