Even if the goalkeeper’s body is in the penalty area, it will still be counted as a handball offence if he catches the ball outside the box. So long as the goalkeeper touches the ball outside of his penalty area, it will be considered to be a handball offence. It does not matter where the rest of his body is positioned.
Conversely, a goalie who is standing completely outside the box may touch a ball that is inside the goal box area without penalty. Free Kick. Once the referee decides that the goalie has illegally handled the ball outside the box, the whistle blows and play stops. The referee places the ball at the spot of the infraction.
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Can a goalkeeper receive the ball outside the box and dribble it back to the box and pick it up? Yes the goalkeeper will be allowed to do this as long as they have not received the ball from their own teammates, according to the LOTG if the ball is touched by a goalkeeper inside the penalty area after receiving a pass from a fellow team mate it would result in a indirect free kick.
Once a keeper is outside the penalty area he becomes merely a player...so unless you consider every handball by any player outside the box a straight red....then no. Enough players DO seem to think ANY handball must be at least a yellow: so much so that IFAB had to make it clear that only if it breaks up a promising attack does it warrant a caution.
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Soooo true, had manager tell me that a "friend" who was a "referee" told him that it was always a red card, fater I didn't dimiss a (youth gk) for handling outside box - it was the verydefintion of careless - hetried to pick the ball up. it hit his knee, he tried agin, hit his knee, whne he was succesful he was outside pen area - this was near the goal line btw
The goalkeeper can stand completely outside the PA, or even off the field, and as long as the ball is inside the PA, it is not a handball. ”Inside the PA” also has a specific condition. If ANY part of the ball (even a tiny slice) is inside the PA then the ball is considered inside the PA and it isn’t a handball.
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