Nfhs Soccer Penalty Kick Rules

13-3-1: ARTICLE 3 AS ART. 1. Players opposing the kicker must be at least 10 metres from the ball until it is kicked, unless they are standing on their own goal line between the goal posts. If the free kick is awarded to the defending team in its penalty area, players facing the kicker must be at least 10 metres from the ball outside the penalty area and remain there until the ball is in play. If 3 or more players from the defensive team form a wall, all players on the attacking team must stay at least 1 meter away from the wall until the ball is in play. Reason: This allows the ball to be put back into play faster and leads to a reduction in confrontational moments in free kicks. If, before the ball is in play, one of the following situations occurs: the player takes the penalty or a teammate violates: 4-2-7th, f: SECTION 2 OTHER EQUIPMENT ART. 7. A mouthguard and a mouthguard (intraoral) must, when worn: Reason: The GCCA no longer recommends that the mouthguard meet these two criteria; The omission of these two requirements aligns football with other sports that allow face masks.

The goalkeeper and kicker commit an infringement at the same time, the kicker is warned and the game is resumed with an indirect free kick to the defending team The player who scores the penalty must be clearly identified. 9-2-3: SECTION 2 DROP BALL ART. 3. The ball is dropped to the ground from hip height by an official. The referee throws the ball to a player on the team who had the ball last in the position where it was last touched by a player, outside agent or match official. If the ball was in the penalty zone at the end of the game or if a team`s last touch was in the penalty zone, the ball is deposited at the defending team`s goalkeeper along with all opposing players outside the penalty area. In all cases, all other players must stay at least 4 meters away from the ball until it is in play. Other rules concerned: 9-2-2: SECTION 2 DROP BALL ART.

2. The ball must be deposited in the place where it died, unless it is in the goal area; In this case, it must be deposited on the part of the line of the goal area that is parallel to the goal line closest to where the ball was when play was stopped. If the ball is outside the boundaries of two opponents at the same time, the ball is dropped five meters inside the dividing line to a player of the team who is in possession of the ball before simultaneous contact, unless it is the goal area. (See 9-2-3) Reason: Simplifies the dropball procedure. The ball must be on the penalty mark and the goal post, crossbar and goal net must not move. 16-1-2: SECTION 1 PENALTY ART. 2. Players who oppose the kicker remain outside the penalty area until the ball is in play. Reason: Clarifies when the ball is in play. When the ball is kicked, the defensive goalkeeper must have at least one part of a foot that touches or corresponds to the goal line. The ball is in play when it is hit and moves clearly.

The kicker cannot play the ball until he touches another player. The penalty kick is completed when the ball stops moving, goes out of play or the referee stops play for an infraction. Overtime is allowed to take a penalty and finish at the end of each half of the game or in overtime. If overtime is granted, the penalty is completed if the ball stops moving after the kick, goes out of play, is played by a player (including the kicker) other than the defending goalkeeper, or if the referee stops play due to an offence committed by the kicker or the kicker`s team. If a player from the defending team (including the goalkeeper) commits an offence and the penalty is missed/saved, the penalty will be revoked. 16-1-3 SECTION 1 PENALTY SHOOT-OUT ART. 3. Once detected, the ball is thrown off the ground by a player of the defensive team from any point in the goal zone.

The ball is in play when it is hit and moves. Reason: Clarifies when the ball is in play. Once the players have taken a position in accordance with this law, the referee signals that the penalty must be taken. The player who scores the penalty must pull the ball forward; Backheeling is allowed as long as the ball is moving. 16-1-4: SECTION 1 PENALTY SHOOT-OUT ART. 4. Once the penalty shoot-out has been properly executed, the ball can be played by any player except the one who performs the penalty shoot-out. The kicker cannot play the ball until it has been touched by another player. Reason: Clarifies how the kick is performed and when it is in play. A player of both teams violates, the kick is repeated, unless a player commits a more serious offense (for example, “illegal” deception); 14-1 Penalty: Defines that an indirect free kick is awarded to the defending team for an inadmissible penalty. Reason: Punishes the team that strikes because it does not kick the ball forward in the penalty shootout. 2-2-4: SECTION 2 SPECIFICATIONS OF THE BALL ART.

4. If the ball is emptied during the game, it is declared dead and the game is resumed by a dropball at the place where it was last played. If the ball is emptied inside the goal zone, it shall be deposited in accordance with the provisions of rules 9-2-2 and 9-2-3. A ball that is emptied during a penalty results in a repeated kick. Reason: The rules for a dropball have changed, see 9-2. 13-3-2: SECTION 3 AS ART. 2. The ball is struck while on the ground at the location indicated by the officer. To be in play, the ball must be moved in any direction. If the ball is not kicked as directed, it will result in a rekick.

Reason: Allows the ball to be put back into play faster. 14-1-3: ARTICLE 1 SANCTION ART. 3. The opposing goalkeeper must have at least one foot on or aligned with the goal line facing the kicker between the goal posts and must not touch the goal posts, crossbar or net until the ball has been kicked. Lateral or forward movements are allowed, but the goalkeeper must not leave the line with both feet until the ball is in play. Reason: This clarifies the position of the goalkeeper in the penalty shootout. 17-1-2: Sets the correct distance for the opposing team from a corner kick restart. Reason: Clears the correct distance for the opposing team during a corner kick.

The defensive goalkeeper must remain on the goal line, facing the kicker, between the goal posts without touching the goal posts, crossbar or goal net until the ball has been kicked. Players other than kicker and goalkeeper must: If the goalkeeper`s infraction results in the repetition of the kick, the goalkeeper will be warned for the first offence of the game and warned for all subsequent infractions in the game 13-3-4: NEW ARTICLE 3 AS INCORPORATED NEW TYPE 4. For indirect kicks, the referee signals an indirect kick (using the official 5-3-1b rule of the NFHS football signal) by raising an arm above the head; This signal must be maintained until the kick is executed and the ball touches another player or disappears. If the referee does not signal that the kick is indirect and that the ball goes directly into the opponent`s goal, the kick is repeated. Reason: This highlights the need to give the signal and avoids the team being penalized if the referee does not give the right signal. As soon as the arbitrator has signalled a penalty, the penalty must be enforced; If not executed, the referee may take disciplinary action before re-signaling that the kick is executed.

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