A ball is in if it touches any part of the line. If it is the double's sideline, then it is out. But if the ball touches the single's sideline, it is in.
The offensive team gets a free kick
No, the ball has to COMPLETELY cross the line in order for it to be called out. That means the entire circumfernce of the ball has to be on the out side of either the Touchline or Goal line.
No off sides in soccer is when an attacking player, is passed the ball and there are not at least two opponents between him or her and the goal line. Usually, these are the goalkeeper and one other defender, but not necessarily.
When a opponent side last touches the ball and it goes over line the defending side .Then a corner kick is taken, the ball must be in the circle.
When the ball touches a player and then completely exits the pitch across the touch line, the opposing team performs a throw-in to put the ball back into play.
The line is out in basketball. If a player has the ball and his toe touches the line, he is out of bounds.
All of it. If any part of the ball is on or above any part of the touch line or goal line, even by a millimeter, then it is not out.
There is no rule!
When any part of the ball or any part of the ball carrier touches the out of bounds line, the ball is out of play.
The sidelines of a soccer field (the longer edges that do not have goals centered on them) are called "touch lines". A ball that has wholly traveled over the whole of the line is said to be "out of touch".
Whenever the ball exits the field across a touch line.