6-1 Penalty Diagram

2-24-10, 6-1-11, 6-1 Penalty A pop kick is a free kick in which the kicker drives the ball immediately to the ground, the ball strikes the ground once and goes into the air in the manner of a ball kicked directly off the tee. Such kicks will be penalized as a dead ball foul. 

2-24-10, 6-1-11, 6-1 Penalty A free kick in which the ball is dribbled along the ground is legal. 

2-24-10, 6-1-11, 6-1 Penalty A kick in which the kicker drives the ball into the ground to create two or three low bounces then one high, arching bounce is legal.

6-1-3; 6-1-4 (NEW); 6-1 PENALTY The formation in MechaniGram B is legal. K5 (who was not more than five yards behind his free kick line) kicks the ball. That is a foul. When a player is more than five yards behind the kicking team's free kick line, that player is the only player who may legally kick the ball. 

6-1-3; 6-1-4 (NEW); 6-1 PENALTY The formation in MechaniGram B is legal. In Mechanigram B, when K5 kicks the ball, there is still at least four players on either side of the kicker. There is no foul. K had no player more than five yards behind the kicking team's free kick line and had four on either side of the kicker at the time of the kick. 

6-1-3; 6-1-4 (NEW); 6-1 PENALTY In MechaniGram A, K has only three players on one side of the kicker. If K4 shifts to the other side of the kicker by going more than five yards from the free kick line after the ready for play signal (PlayPic B), it is a dead ball foul for encroachment.