A penalty kick is the method of restarting play when a defender commits a direct free kick offense within their own penalty area. There are 10 direct free kick offenses listed in the Laws of the Game.
Play is stopped.
The goalkeeper must be on the goal line, between the posts, and facing forward until the kick is taken.
All non-kicking players must be outside of the penalty area, outside of the penalty arc, and behind the ball until the kick is taken. The ball is placed on the penalty mark.
The whistle is blown.
The kicking player may stutter step, but not stop, and must kick the ball once the plant foot is down.
The kicking player may not touch the ball a second time until another player has touched it.
A penalty kick is taken from the Penalty Mark, a painted disc 12 yards from the goal line and equidistant from the goal posts. The ball is considered to be legally placed if any part of it is on or over any part of the penalty mark.
A penalty kick is a type of free kick in association football, taken from twelve yards(approximately eleven metres) out from goal and with only the goalkeeper of the defending team between the penalty taker and the goal. A penalty kick is performed during normal play. Similar kicks are made in a penalty shootout to determine who progresses after a tied match; though similar in procedure these are not penalty kicks and are governed by different rules. A penalty kick is a direct free kick, which means that he can score a goal without another person having to touch the ball first. You cannot score a goal straight from an indirect free kick
There is no "penalty kick circle."
There is a penalty arc, which is part of a circle.
no a different player can't kick penalty after a penalty is recall.
No. A different player may be elected to retake a penalty kick. An exception would be penalty kicks from the mark (after overtimes). No kicker may repeat until all his teammates have already kicked that round.
There are 10 direct free kick offenses:kicks or attempts to kick an opponenttrips or attempts to trip an opponentjumps at an opponentcharges an opponentstrikes or attempts to strike an opponentpushes an opponenttackles an opponentholds an opponentspits at an opponenthandles the ball deliberately (except for the goalkeeper within his own penalty area)There are 8 indirect free kick offenses:goalkeeper controls the ball with his hands for more than six seconds before releasing it from his possessiongoalkeeper touches the ball again with his hands after he has released it from his possession and before it has touched another playergoalkeeper touches the ball with his hands after it has been deliberately kicked to him by a team-mategoalkeeper touches the ball with his hands after he has received it directly from a throw-in taken by a team-mateplays in a dangerous mannerimpedes the progress of an opponentprevents the goalkeeper from releasing the ball from his handscommits any other offense for which play is stopped to caution or send off a player
The Goalie's Anxiety at the Penalty Kick was created in 1970.
The penalty spot.
It is a direct free kick, or a penalty kick if a defender kicks an attacker in the defender's penalty area.
A direct free kick or a penalty kick depending on where the foul occurred.