Position does not matter when considering whether a goal was scored. All that matters is the situation surrounding the event. For example, the forwards and strikers of a team have just as much right and ability to score a goal as do the defenders and the goalkeeper. The position of the shooter does not matter.
The "situations" mentioned above that could prevent a goal consist mostly of technicalities in the Laws of the Game. The ball must be in play for a goal to be scored (duh), and it cannot be scored directly from an indirect free kick or a throw-in.
You are not allowed to score in soccer by your fist
It is currently allowed. So... now.
Yes. Any player on the pitch can score in soccer including goalkeepers.
a goal in soccer is to "score a goal"
No. Penalty kicks are not allowed in upward soccer, but they are allowed in bigger leagues.
Soccer, used in America, is a sport where 11 players on a team play another team, with the object to score the ball into the opponents net. Hands are not allowed in soccer. Football used in America is a sport where two teams face each other and the object is to score more points. score a point by: Throwing the ball to a teammate in the end zone. kicking the ball through the yellow poles (field goal)
When you score it is called a 'Goal'. When you try to score it is called 'Shooting'.
The intent of soccer is to score more goals than your opponent.
Soccer is involved in math because to keep score
I score all the time when i play soccer.