Translation for 'free kick' from English to Russian
NOUN   a free kick | free kicks
штрафной удар {м} [футбол]
free kick [soccer]
свободный удар {м} [футбол]
free kick [soccer]
3 Words
штрафной удар {м} [футбол]
direct free kick [soccer]
свободный удар {м} [футбол]
indirect free kick [soccer]
Partial Matches
одиннадцатиметровый удар {м}
penalty kick
пинок {м} [разг.]kick [hit]
угловой удар {м} [футбол]corner kick [soccer]
кусать себе локти
to kick oneself [coll.]
беспроцентный {adj}
безморозный {adj}frost-free
освободить [город, страну, человека] [сов.]to free [liberate]
вольный {adj}free [unrestricted]
свободное (от работы) время {с}free time
свободный {adj}free [unrestricted]
освободить [сов.]to set free [emancipate]
освободить от [+gen.] [избавить от чего-л.] [сов.]to free from [exempt from]
беспошлинный {adj}
duty-free [exempt from duty]
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Usage Examples English
  • The name is said to derive from the Latin inscription "francorum rex" (King of the Franks) used on early French coins and until the 18th century, or from the French "franc", meaning "frank" (and "free" in certain contexts, such as "coup franc", "free kick").
  • Players not in possession of the ball are not allowed to be tackled, and will receive a holding the man free kick if tackled.
  • Handling the ball deliberately, tripping an opponent, or pushing an opponent, are examples of "penal fouls", punishable by a direct free kick or penalty kick depending on where the offence occurred.
  • New England Patriots kicker Stephen Gostkowski attempted an onside drop kick on a free kick after a safety against the Pittsburgh Steelers on October 30, 2011. The kick went out of bounds.
  • In England's opening game at the 2006 World Cup, against Paraguay on 10 June 2006, Beckham's free kick led to an own-goal by Carlos Gamarra as England won 1–0.

  • In Robert Flower's last game, the Demons lead the Hawks by 4 points at the final siren, though Hawthorn's Gary Buckenara had a free kick 55 metres out.
  • Zidane finished with two goals, a bending free kick against Spain in the quarter-final and the golden goal in the semi-final against Portugal with a penalty.
  • Goal kicks and any free kick by the defending team may be taken from anywhere in this area.
  • However, the Lions bowed out in straight sets for the second time in three years after suffering losses to eventual premiers Melbourne and eventual runners-up Western Bulldogs in the finals, with the latter winning by a single point due to a contentious free kick paid to the Bulldogs in the final seconds of the game.
  • The defense, however, was able to hold the Giants to a three-and-out on the drive following the ensuing free kick.

  • Renowned for his bending shots, he was also an accurate free-kick taker, and penalty taker, although he often refrained from taking penalties, stating that he believed it to be a cowardly way to score.
  • Martin Peters put England in the lead in the 78th minute; England looked set to claim the title when the referee awarded a free kick to West Germany with one minute left.
  • If time expires while the ball is in play, the game continues until the ball is "dead", and only then will the referee blow the whistle to signal half-time or full-time; but if the referee awards a penalty or free-kick, the game continues.
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