Not legally. No player is allowed in the penalty area whilst a goal kick is being taken other than the player taking the goal kick (usually the goalkeeper). If anotehr outfield player takes the goal kick then the goalkeeper can be in the penalty area. No player is allowed the touch the ball after the kick is taken until it leaves the penalty area.
Any free kick taken by the defense in their own penalty area must clear the area before it is in play.
You cannot score an own-goal directly from an indirect free kick or even a direct free kick. If the kick was taken from inside the kicker's penalty area and did not exit the penalty area before exiting the field, then the restart would be a rekick. If the kick was taken from outside kicker's penalty area or left the penalty area before exiting the field, then the restart would be a corner kick for the attacking team
It is used during the taking of a penalty kick to ensure that all players except the kick taker and the goalkeeper are both outside of the penalty area and are at least 10 yards from the spot where the kick will be taken.
All opponents must be outside of the penalty area when the goal kick is taken. No player may touch the ball again until it has left the penalty area or the goal kick is retaken.
Any free kick by the defense that is taken inside of the penalty area must leave the penalty area before it is in play. No player may touch it until it does so. If they do, or if it fails to leave the penalty area with it's initial momentum, the kick must be retaken.
A free kick. Or more specifically an indirect kick. However if it was in the penalty area (the box). You are rewarded with an PK or penalty kick. If it is in the penalty area/box, the player who touched the ball with his hand gets a card. The card depends on if the player touched the ball with his hand intentionally
To be properly taken, both a kick-of and a penalty kick must move forward.
The penalty arc ensures that all players are at least 10 yards away when a penalty kick is being taken. It is not considered to be part of the penalty area.
The penalty area serves four purposes.A goal keeper is allowed to deliberately handle the ball when it is within their penalty area.Any Direct Free Kick restart, committed by a defender against an attacker, while in the penalty area, becomes a Penalty Kick restart instead.The penalty area helps define the region where non-kicking and non-goalkeeper players must be during the taking of the penalty kick. (A. outside the penalty area, B. outside the penalty arc, and C. behind the ball)During any defensive free kick or goal kick restart taken within the penalty area, no one may touch the ball until it leaves the penalty area. If they do, the restart is performed again.
A free kick is taken wherever the foul is committed unless the foul was committed on an attacking player in the defending teams penalty area in which case its a penalty.
If a player commits any of the 10 direct free kick offenses in their own penalty area, then play is restarted with a penalty kick for the opposing team.