A goal kick is awarded when the ball completely exits the field across the goal line and was last touched by an attacker.
If it does so between the goal posts, under the crossbar, and was not directly from an indirect free kick or a throw-in, then a goal is awarded and the restart is a kick off for the defense.
A goal kick is awarded if the ball crosses the goal line but a valid goal is not scored, and the ball was last touched by the attacking team.
A corner kick is awarded when the ball goal out of play over the goal line, a goal is not scored, and the ball was last touched by a member of the team defending the goal which sits on that goal line.
Only if the kick awarded was a direct free kick.
If the penalty was successful, then no goal is awarded and the kick is retaken. If the penalty was not successful, then no goal is awarded and an indirect free kick is awarded to the defense. They will not get a 2nd shot at the goal because their own player infringed.
An indirect free kick may be awarded in the penalty area. It is not promoted to a penalty kick. If it is in the goal area, the kick location must be moved away from the goal line to the top of the goal area (6 yards out).
A goal kick is awarded to the defense when the ball completely exits the field across a goal line and was last touched by an attacker.
side of pitch = throw in ... past your goalie's goal = goal kick
A goal is awarded to the opposing team and the restart is a kick off.
A goal kick is a direct free-kick awarded to the defending team. It is awarded when a player from the attacking team causes the ball to cross the goal line and a goal is not awarded (for example, because the ball went wide of the goal, or a the ball crossed to goal line as a result of an indirect free-kick). A goal-kick is taken by the goalkeeper or any defending player placing the ball in his own goal area (six yard box) and hoofing the ball upfield. Technically a hoof is not compulsory, but the fast majority of goal-kicks are hoofed upfield. All members of the attacking team must leave the penalty area until the ball has left the penalty area following a goal kick. The ball must leave the penalty directly from the kick. If the kicker fails to kick the ball outside the penalty area, the kick is retaken. A goal can be scored from a goal kick, because a goal can be scored from a direct free-kick. An own-goal cannot be scored from a goal kick, because an own-goal cannot be scored from a direct free-kick. A goal kick is called a goal kick because it is taken from the goal area (six yard box). A player cannot be offside from a goal kick.
The opposing team is awarded a goal kick.
When the ball goes over the end line, and the attacking team was the last one to touch it, the defending team is awarded a goal kick.
A corner kick is awarded when the defending team touches the ball last before it passes over the end line on the sides of the goal. If the offensive team is the last to touch the ball before it crosses over the end line, it is a goal kick.