the forward, or striker.
That would be the midfield.
I play offense in the soccer game
Defense or a defender helps the goalie put incase the goalie can not get the ball.the defense posistion in soccer is supposed to keep the other team from scoring. when the defense gets the ball, their job is to get it up to the offense
Pointguard is not a soccer position. This position exists in basketball, however.
A throw-in is not a penalty kick offense. It is a normal method of restarting play.
A Position in soccer that is both offensive and defensive is the position central mifield
You are going to have to clarify your question.
In offense when you are trying to reach the goal.
Special teams is not a position in soccer.
Okay. There are three general positions in soccer: goalie, defense, and offense. Sometimes, there are extra positions: sweeper and midfield. The goalie is the only person who can use their hands. They stop the ball from going into their team's goal. Defense defends the goal. They are the closest position to the goalie. A couple feet up is the sweeper. Next comes the midfield. And finally, the offense. The goal is to get the soccer ball into the other team's goal using only you're feet.
Transition is when your team TRANSITIONS from defense to offense or vice versa