If it does so above the crossbar and the last player to touch it was an attacker, then it's a goal kick.
If it does so above the crossbar and the last player to touch it was a defender, then it's a corner kick.
If it does so below the crossbar and it came directly from the defender's goal kick, corner kick, kickoff, or throw-in, it will be no-goal and a corner kick for the attackers
If it does so below the crossbar and none of the above apply, a goal should be awarded and the restart is a kick-off for the defenders.
When the whole of the ball crosses the goal line, and (usually) ends up in the net.
It is the line on the ground between the goal posts. If the ball crosses it, a goal has been scored.
Yes. If the ball completely crosses the goal line, it's a goal.
If the ball completely crosses the goal line, between the goal posts and under the cross bar, during active play then a goal is awarded. This is true even if the goal keeper is holding or touching the ball at the time.
The purpose of a goal line is to determine if the ball crosses it for a goal.
If the goalkeeper catches the ball and if the entire ball crosses the line, it is deemed a goal.
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 goal is scored when the ball completely crosses the touch line, between the goal posts, and below the crossbar such that it was not propelled by the hand or did not enter by any other infraction of the laws of the game.
A goal in soccer is scored when a player kicks the ball into the net. Here the entire ball must cross the goal line, , even if the goalkeeper both legs cross the line , the goal will not be given until the ball also crosses the line.
This is not a goal, the only thing that matters is the ball. For a goal to be scored the whole ball must have crossed the line.
When the ball completely crosses the goal line using and body part other than hands/arms.