It is called an indirect or direct kick (depending on the foul), but if the foul is in the 18 yard box then it is a penalty kick.
A direct free kick or a penalty kick almost always follows a foul.
The ball exiting the field across the goal line is not a foul. The restart would be a kick off, goal kick, or corner kick depending on who touched it last, which goal line, and whether it went in the goal.
Free kick distance is entirely dependent on where the foul occurs on the pitch. However, the penalty kick is taken from the penalty mark, which is a spot 12 yards (11 m) from the goal.
The kick that often follows a foul can be referred to in different ways depending on the severity of the foul. It is mainly called the "Free Kick" but can also be refeerred to as an "Indirect Free Kick" a "Direct Free Kick" or a "Penalty Kick". To help you understand, look up "FIFA Laws of the Game".
A free kick is the result of a foul or an offsides. An indirect free kick means that the team taking the kick can only score if a teammate ON THEIR OWN TEAM touches the ball before it goes over the goal line. A direct free kick means that you may score without any of you teammates touching the ball. A Penalty kick is when a foul occurs in the goalie box. Its just the goalie and a shooter for a PK
The restart after a foul will be a direct free kick. Indirect free kick offenses are not considered fouls. A foul must be done by a player, against an opponent, on the field, and during active play.
Foul refers to a direct free kick offence. No cards have to be shown for an offence punishable by a direct free kick.
There are 8 possible infractions that could result in an indirect free kick. The term foul generally refers to the direct free kick offenses.
Foul refers to direct free kick offences. Any defender committing a foul against an attacker in the area results in a penalty kick. But, an attacker committing a foul against a defender would result in a direct free kick.
A defensive foul in the penalty area results in a penalty kick restart. It can be, but does not have to be, misconduct with a caution or a send off.
no it's a foul.