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    Penalty area

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    The penalty area with penalty box marking and the penalty arc in parallel to the goal. The smaller box is often called the

    Penalty arc.

    The penalty area or 18-yard box (also known less formally as the penalty box or simply box) is an area of an association football pitch. It is rectangular and extends 16.5m (18 yd) to each side of the goal and 16.5m (18 yd) in front of it.

    Within the penalty area is the penalty spot, which is 11m (12 yd) from the goal line, directly in-line with the centre of the goal.

    A penalty arc (often informally called "the D") adjoins the penalty area, and encloses the area within 9.15m (10 yd) of the penalty spot. It does not form part of the penalty area and is only of relevance during the taking of a penalty kick, when any players inside the arc are adjudged to be encroaching.[1]

    Within the penalty area is another smaller rectangular area called the (colloquially the ), which is delimited by two lines starting on the goal-line 5.5 metres (6 yd) from the goalposts and extending 5.5 metres (6 yd) into the pitch from the goal-line, and the line joining these. Goal kicks and any free kick by the defending team may be taken from anywhere in this area. Indirect free kicks awarded to the attacking team within the goal area are taken from the point on the line parallel to the goal line (the "six-yard line") nearest where the infringement occurred; they cannot be taken any closer to the goal line. Similarly drop-balls that would otherwise occur closer to the goal line are taken on this line.

    Previously, penalty areas extended the width of the field, but were reduced to their current dimensions in 1901.[2]

    Contents

    1 Functions 2 In play 3 References 4 See also

    Functions[edit]

    Schematic of an association football pitch, the penalty areas are the larger of the two rectangular regions surrounding the goals at both ends of the pitch

    A player taking a penalty kick from inside the penalty area.

    Fouls punishable by a direct free kick (i.e. handling the ball and most physical fouls), committed by the defensive team within the penalty area, may be penalised by a penalty kick.[3] A penalty kick is taken from the penalty spot. The penalty spot is located 12 yards (10.97m) away from the goal line.

    The penalty area has other functions, including:

    Goalkeepers: The area delimiting the area in which a goalkeeper may legally handle the ball;

    Goal kicks and defensive free kicks: opponents must remain outside of the area and at least 10 yards away from the ball until the ball is kicked and clearly moves;

    Taking of penalty kicks: players other than the kicker and the goalkeeper must remain outside the area (and also the penalty arc) until the kick has been taken.

    In play[edit]

    In a typical game, for the majority of time the penalty area is occupied only by the goalkeeper. The attacking team generally aims to get the ball and their own players into the defending team's penalty area, and a high percentage of goals in professional football are scored from within the penalty area.[4] Usually during attacking set pieces, including corners, a large number of both attacking and defending players are in the penalty area and, although illegal, grappling between players is frequently observed.[5]

    References[edit]

    ^ "Laws of the Game 2017-2018" (PDF). FIFA. p. 36. Archived (PDF) from the original on 12 July 2021.^ "The Origins Of Football Pitch Markings". football-stadiums.co.uk.^ "LAW 12: FOULS AND MISCONDUCT". The FA. Retrieved 28 October 2014.^ Mitrotasios, Michalis; Armatas, Vasilis (16 January 2014). "Analysis of Goal Scoring Patterns in the 2012 European Football Championship". . United States Sports Academy. Retrieved 28 October 2014. Other research has examined the position on the pitch from which goals are scored. In a recent study Wright et al. (50) showed that from 167 goals from English Premier League, 87% of goals were scored inside the penalty area which is similar to the 90% observed by Olsen (36) for the 1986 World Cup whereas Dufour (14) reported 80% for the 1990 World Cup. Yiannakos and Armatas (51) reported that 44.4% of goals scored were inside the penalty area, 35.2% inside the goal area, and 20.4% outside the penalty area, for the 2004 European Championship in Portugal. Finally, Hughes et al. (22) showed that successful teams in the 1986 Football World Cup made more attempts inside the penalty area in comparison to unsuccessful teams.^ Singh, Amit (27 October 2014). "Should referees take a tougher stance on penalty box holding at set-pieces?". . Retrieved 28 October 2014.

    See also[edit]

    Penalty shoot-out (association football)

    Association football pitch

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    Can a goalkeeper overstep the box when kicking out?

    Answer (1 of 2): Yes they can, and well-trained keepers frequently DO. The requirement on the keeper is that that they cannot HANDLE the ball outside the penalty area. But if any part of the ball is above any part of the line, then the ball is still considered to be “in the penalty area”, and thu...

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    Yes they can, and well-trained keepers frequently DO. The requirement on the keeper is that that they cannot HANDLE the ball outside the penalty area. But if any part of the ball is above any part of the line, then the ball is still considered to be “in the penalty area”, and thus can be handled by the goalkeeper.

    By this standard, so long as the keeper has released the ball from their hands before it has completely passed the penalty area line, no infraction is committed. A good keeper will release the ball on their penultimate step, then plant their plant foot and follow through with the punt

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    But as the biggest and slowest guy on the team, i was naturally given the goalkeeper position.

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