Examples would be a high kick when an opponent is nearby, or if a player tries to head a low ball that an opponent is trying to kick, then the player who is putting himself in danger would be guilty of dangerous play. Another example would be any action that might endanger the goalkeeper within the Penalty Box.
In soccer, when the ball is propelled over the end-line (goal line) by the attacking team, the defending team puts the ball back into play with a “ goal kick .”. In the words of Law 16 of the Laws of the Game, “The Goal Kick:” “A goal kick is awarded when the whole of the ball passes over the goal line, on the ground or in the air, having last touched a player of the attacking team, and a goal is not scored.
For the upcoming NFHS soccer season, in high school, we will continue to require the ball to completely leave the Penalty Area, from the initial touch, in order to be in play. This includes ANY restart to the defending team, originating from the Penalty Area, not just goal kicks.
14-1-3: SECTION 1 PENALTY KICK ART. 3…The opposing goalkeeper shall stand with at least one foot on or in-line with the goal line, facing the kicker, between the goal posts, and shall not be touching the goal posts, crossbar, or nets, until the ball is kicked. Lateral or forward movement is allowed, but the goalkeeper is not permitted to come off the line with both feet until the ball is in play.
On a penalty kick, the keeper is now only required to have one foot on the goal line when kicked; Free kicks in a team’s own penalty are have updated rules that match the new goal kick rules. See the next section for more. For full details on these rules, visit the IFAB Laws of the Game. New Soccer Goal Kick Rule
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At every kick-off: all players, except the player taking the kick-off, must be in their own half of the field the opponents of the team taking the kick-off must be at least 9.15 m (10 yds) from the ball the ball must be stationary on the center mark the ball is in play when it is kicked and clearly ...
17 Basic Rules of Soccer Soccer has 17 laws or “rules” by which the game is played. Most of these laws are easy to understand. The laws are designed to make soccer fun, safe, and fair for all participants. The object of soccer is for a player to get the ball into the other team’s goal by using
Soccer Rules. Rule #1 - The Field of Play. Rule #2 - The Ball. Rule #3 - The Number of Players. Rule #4 - The Player’s Equipment. Rule #5 - The Referee. Rule #6 - The Assistant Referees. Rule #7 - The Duration of the Match. Rule #8 - The Start and Restart of Play.