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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FREE KICK

There is no off-side, and you get a free kick if you catch the ball.

A goal may be scored from a free kick which is awarded because of any infringement of Law 9, but not from any other free kick.

A free kick is a kick at the ball in any direction the player pleases when it is lying on the ground.

A place kick, a free kick, or a penalty kick must not be taken until the referee has given a signal for the same.

The penalty for fouls, which was at first only a down, is now in many cases a free kick.

Sometimes it came off well, but at others his club had to pay the penalty with a free kick.

These manifestations, however, were turned into low growling when the leather was sent away by a free kick.

Hillton's ruse had won her a free kick, and in another moment the ball was arching toward the St. Eustace goal.

Thus far he is entitled to go in maintaining his goal, but if he carry the ball the penalty is a free kick.

The free kick may be either a punt, a drop-kick or a kick from placement.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FREE KICK

onside kick

nounspecial kick in football

place kick

nounkick starting with ball on ground
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