If the defending team commits a foul inside their box then it is deemed a penalty.
They must do it deliberately. If they do, then it is called deliberate handling. If they do it inside their own penalty area then it would be a penalty kick for the opponents.
It is called the penalty arc. It is to ensure that defenders are 10 yards from the penalty spot when a penalty kick is taken.
Penalty kicks are when an offensive player is fouled inside the penalty box. Then a player from that team will kick the ball from the penalty spot. Only the goalkeeper and the kicker are allowed inside the penalty box at the time of the kick. The goalkeeper must stay on the goal line until the ball is kicked. The ball must go completely over the line for the goal to count.
You get a penalty when you are fouled inside the opposing team's penalty/goalkeeper's box.
The D keeps players 10yds from the penalty spot during a PK. If no D was on the top of the penalty box players would be 6yds from the spot.
1980 when a player hit a ref with his stick they threw him out and called it a penalty box
Yes, the goalie is allowed to handle the ball as long as the ball remains in the marked area. I.E. If the goalie slides to get a ball, and slides out of the penalty box, but the ball remains inside, it is still as if he/she had just picked it up standing inside the box. Hope it helps!
The main differences are that a penalty is only taken from the penalty spot inside the box, and a free kick is taken from where the offence took place, and can happen anywhere on the pitch unless it was a penalty. The opposition is allowed to put up a wall of players to defend the free kick, in a penalty it is only the penalty taker against the goalkeeper.
direct free kick if it is outside the box and a penalty if it is inside the box!
Well all you have to do you have to put the ball inside the box on the dot.
Because when a penalty is taken all the other players cannot be inside this area or in the penalty box itself.