The goal box is where you kick the ball past the goalie to score a goal for your team. The penalty box in soccer occurs around the18 yard area and is just before the goal line. It can result in a penalty kick if the ball goes here.
A direct free kick is given for one of 10, specific, offenses.
A penalty kick is given when a direct free kick offense is committed by a defender, against an attacker, within the defender's penalty area.
A goal kick is awarded to the defending team when the ball goes out of the field of play by crossing, either on the ground or in the air, the goal line, without a goal being scored, when the last person to touch the ball was from the attacking team. If the last person to touch the ball was a member of the defending side, a corner kick is instead awarded to the attackers. A corner kick is taken from whichever corner is closer to the place where the ball crossed the goal line. A goal kick is taken from anywhere in the 6-yard box.
Both require the ball to go out of play behind the goal.
The referee will give a goal kick if the ball goes directly out of play from the opposition team.
A corner kick is given if the defending team deflects the ball out of play behind its own goal.
If it does so above the crossbar and the last player to touch it was an attacker, then it's a goal kick. If it does so above the crossbar and the last player to touch it was a defender, then it's a corner kick. If it does so below the crossbar and it came directly from the defender's goal kick, corner kick, kickoff, or throw-in, it will be no-goal and a corner kick for the attackers If it does so below the crossbar and none of the above apply, a goal should be awarded and the restart is a kick-off for the defenders.
That would depend who took the throw-in. If the throw-in was by the attacking team, then the restart is a goal kick. If the throw-in was by the defending team, then the restart is a corner kick.
If the crosses the goal line (but not into the goal), and last touched an offensive player; it is a goal kick. It is a corner kick if it was last touched by a defending player.
A corner kick is awarded when the ball goal out of play over the goal line, a goal is not scored, and the ball was last touched by a member of the team defending the goal which sits on that goal line.
If the kick from a kick-off goes directly between the opposing team's goal posts under the crossbar, then a goal is scored. If the same happens against the kicker's own goal, then a corner kick is awarded instead of a goal.
behind own goal line courtesy of a kick or touch by a team mate, a free kick from the corner would be awarded to the other side, that free kick is called the corner kick
No goal is scored and the restart is a corner kick for the opposing team.
No, a goal cannot be scored directly from a throw in. This is the overriding rule from the FIFA Laws of the Game. If the throwing team throws the ball directly into their own goal, no goal is awarded and play is restarted with a corner kick by the thrower's opponents. If the throwing team throws the ball directly into their opponent's goal, no goal is awarded and play is restarted with a goal kick by the thrower's opponents.
The offensive team gets a free kick
To score a direct goal from a corner kick is very very rare, but it can be headed more easily.