Well... speaking game wise~
A full game is 90 mins. But... You can go into two periods of over-time and penalty kicks if there is still no goal scored. Most likely 120 mins is the longest time ツ
anybody could scored first goal in a soccer.
The longest goal in AFL was scored in 1981 by one Jeff Fehring who kicked a goal from the center ball up circle. The kick was measured at 86 meters.
The laws do not prevent a goal from being scored from a goal keeper's throw.In practice no goal keeper can throw it that far, so there are no known examples.
Goal average is goals scored divided by goals conceded. It has of course been pretty much superseded by goal difference these days.
several goalkeepers have scored from a goal kick< but several goalkeepers have scored from a goal kick< but i think the longest was by pat jennings, reputedly at 97yds
When a goal is scored off a throw in
Yes, a goal can be scored directly from the kick off.
It is merely "a goal."
A goal can be scored from anywhere on the pitch, even an opposing team's goal kick can count as a goal if it goes in. There are a few scenarios where a goal cannot be allowed - if a ball goes in from a throw-in without touching a player it cannot stand as a goal. If a goal is scored from an indirect free kick without being taken as such, it does not count. To be counted as a goal, the entire ball needs to cross the goal line, in between the two posts and underneath the crossbar.
in 2 SecOnDs
By getting the ball into the goal ie score a goal
When the ball enters either goal while in play.
It was scored by a goal keeper, take a look at this: youtube.com/watch?v=NpkO8zPtMVU