goal area


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goal area

n
(Soccer) soccer a rectangular area to the sides and front of the goal, measuring 20 × 6 yards on a full-sized pitch, from which goal kicks are taken. Also called: six-yard area
Translations

goal area

n (Sport) → area della porta
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He caught them totally off-guard, and charged through into the Coventry in goal area, which was converted by Waters to make it 19-17.
Trailing by a solitary goal upon embarking on the last chukka, Kenya came out with guns blazing and cut out the USA team off their goal area with Kaila and Tiva shutting the door.
Try as they may, Jack Boys could only manage two shots on target throughout the game, and found themselves constantly having to protect their goal area from the numerous attacks from Ifpro.
GLT was introduced into the Championship at the start of the season and the system requires floodlighting levels in and around the goal area to be at a specified lux value," read an EFL statement.
The visitors were then gifted a soft second goal by keeper Kieran Wolland's poor punch out from a free kick, with Adam Clayton capitalising, but Rainford equalised again from a goal area scramble after Will Booth had hit the bar from a corner.
Two cones at each end of the court mark out a goal area, and a goal is scored when a player carries a ball across the line.
Two cones at each end mark out a goal area, and a goal is scored when a player carries a ball across the line.
The first half was all United but with that Killie goal area so full of humans it looked thicker than George Woodcock 's eyebrows, almost every shot that wasn't hit past the goal was banged into solid flesh and bone.
Travellers continued to attack and had a spell where the ball pinballed around the Commercial goal area and was finally headed home by Hay for his second to give Travellers' a 3-2 win.
The messages combined with soothing, well-crafted music to specifically enhance each goal area.
The dribble skill, not used very often these days, is a thrilling way of beating the opposition, particularly in the goal area.