The player who punts the ball has to punt it again. There is a delay of game call.
When a kickoff goes out of bounds between the goal lines without being touched by the receiving team, the ball belongs to the receivers 30 yards from the spot of the kick or at the out-of-bounds spot.
You cannot kick a soccer ball out of bounds and still play it. If the ball is kicked out of bounds you either do a throw in, corner kick, or goal kick, depending where you are on the field.
The goal keeper catches it, hits it away or it goes out of bounds
If the ball goes out of play on the sidelines, then the team who did not kick the ball out of play goes to throw it back in to their teammates. If the ball goes out of play on the goal-lines, and it was an opponent who kicked it out, then its a goal-kick. If it was an opponents side of the field, then it will be a corner kick.
a step kick is where you punt the ball out of bounds
When the ball goes out of bounds off the other team, this is called a "Goal Kick" this is when you put the ball on the inside box line, and kick it. Kindof like a free kick. The goalie can kick the ball, but typically, any player on the kicking team can kick it.
It is a throw in given to the opposite team of those who kicked it out of bounds. If it goes out on the endline or by the goal it's either a corner kick (kicked out by the defending team) or a goal kicked (kicked out by the attacking team)
When the other team shoots but misses and it goes out of bounds of the goal line then the keeper or defender kicks it at the 18 or the 6
The free kick is considered one of two types of kickoffs even though it uses a drop kick, according to the NFL rules:"Once the ball is touched by the receiving team or has gone 10 yards, it is a free ball." Conversely, there are the same penalties if it goes out of bounds so it risks a 30 yd penalty. Yes. The rules for a free kick after a safety are the same as the rules for a free kick after a touchdown or field goal. Agreed. Just two points of clarification on the original answer: 1. The free kick after a safety isn't a drop kick. A drop kick is a specific type of kick in which the ball is struck after it bounces off the ground. What you usually see after a safety is just a punt without a line of scrimmage in front of the kicker. 2. An onside kick that goes out of bounds doesn't incur the 30-yard penalty. The receiving team gets the ball at the spot where the ball went out of bounds.
The game is then restarted with a goal kick or corner kick. It is impossible to tell which. You did not specify which goal line it crossed or who "opponent" was.
Nothing. When the ball goes out over the sideline, there's a throw-in. If it goes out over the goal line (but not a goal), if the defending player or goalkeeper was the last one to touch it, it's a corner kick, and if it was an attacking player, it's a goal kick.