Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira

Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira, Penalty kick is a type of free kick used in football matches to score goals after the opponent has committed an offense or violation. The penalty kick, like all other ‘surface’ kicks, played in an area outside the goal area. Goalkeepers may stand as far as they want from the ball, but may not touch it with their hands or arms.

A penalty kick is a method of scoring a goal in association football. The first documented instance of such a method of scoring occurred during the early days of English football in 1848, when it was against the rules for an opposition player to kick the ball into his own goal; this was modified shortly after.

Penalty kicks are now an integral part of both indoor and outdoor football, as well as other sports including Australian rules football, rugby union, American football and many others Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira.

A penalty kick will be awarded if a player commits a free kick foul directly inside his own penalty area or outside the field as part of the game, as specified in Laws 12 and 13.

Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira
Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira

Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira

Extra time is allowed to take and complete a penalty kick at the end of each half of the match or extra time. When extra time is allowed, a penalty kick is completed when, after the ball has been kicked, the ball stops, goes out of play, is played by any player (including the kicker) except the defending goalkeeper, or the referee stops play with the kicker’s offense or the kicker’s team. If a defensive player (including the goalkeeper) commits a foul and the penalty is missed/saved, the penalty will be replayed.

Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira
Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira

Sheria Ya Upigaji Wa Penati (Penalty Kick)

  1. The ball must stop on the penalty mark and the posts, goal posts and goals must not move.
  2. The player taking the penalty kick must be clearly identified.
  3. The defending goalkeeper must remain on the goal line, facing the kicker, between the posts, without touching the posts, goal post or goal net, until the ball is kicked.
  4. After the players have taken their positions in accordance with this Rule, the referee signals that a penalty kick should be taken.
  5. The player taking the penalty kick must kick the ball forward; Back-heeling is allowed as long as the ball is moving forward.
  6. When the ball is kicked, the goalkeeper must have at least one foot in contact, parallel to or behind the goal line.
  7. The ball is played when it is hit and moves clearly.
  8. The kicker must not play the ball again until it has touched another player.
  9. A penalty kick is completed when the ball stops moving, goes out of play or the referee stops the game for any infringement.
Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira
Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira

The players other than the kicker and goalkeeper must be in Ijue Sheria Namba 14 ya Penati Kwenye Mpira:

  • at least 9.15 m (10 yds) from the penalty mark
  • behind the penalty mark
  • inside the field of play
  • outside the penalty area

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