Onside Kick Rule?

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Onside kick is also known as a free kick and is in favor of the team that is kicking to avoid giving away the ball. The rules for onside kick are that the ball should be made to be at least ten yards before someone from the receiving team can get a hold of it.The ball must also stay in bounds and the members getting it must all be still until the ball is kicked.
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Onside kick is a game move in which the ball is kicked in favour of the kicking team to avoid loosing the ball. This kick is regulated by a number of rules which include letting the ball travel at least 10 yards or be touch???? by a member of the opposite team before being recovered and when a team wants to try an onside kick, they first queue in the standard kick-off formation.
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The main rule is that the ball has to travel 10 yards downfield before it can be recovered by the kicking team prior to the opponents touching it. A kickoff is a free kick. Whoever
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A kickoff (Any kick, not just onsides) is a free ball once it travels 10 yards. It does not matter if the receiving team touches the ball or not, the kicking team can recover it.
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The ball does need to go ten yards. There is no 'too far' because an onside kick is simply defined as an intentionally short kick, but for the purpose of feasibility of recovering
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An onside kick in football has to travel forward the legally
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