The opposition (or whoever didn't score the goal)
If he kicks it into the opponent's goal, then a goal is awarded and a kick-off is given to the opposing team. If he kicks it into his own goal, then the kick was backwards and must be retaken. In some youth leagues (under 8) there are no direct kicks, so if the ball were untouched into the goal, the kick would be retaken. If a defender touched it on the way to the net, the goal would count. This is similar to a throw-in, which cannot score a goal directly.
a kick off, field goal, and extra point
You get a goal kick when the other team kicks the ball off the field where your goal is...then you put the ball on one of the corners of the goalie box and the goalie kicks it as hard as they can down the field
well it is a complicated question but: Goal kicks corner kicks free kicks indirect kick direct kick kick off bicycle kick bending ball lob ball and etc etc you have to know the game if you want to know what these mean
You take goal kicks by, pointing your foot down and aim to where you want the ball to go; then kick!
If it does so between the goal posts and under the cross bar, then it's a goal and a kick off for the defense. If it does so elsewhere then it is a goal kick for the defense.
There is no such thing as a "Direct Goal Kick." Goals can be scored from Goal Kicks Goals can be scored from Direct Free Kicks According to FIFA Laws of the Game
A goal kick is taken when the offense (players with the ball) kicks it past the line the goal is on. Therefore making it the defenders ball. A goal kick.
An own goal
If offense (forward) kicks it out, it would be a corner kick. If defenc kicks it out, it would be a goal kick.
a feild goal kicker