If a player 'handles the ball deliberately' the opposing team gets a free kick or a penalty (if the offense happened inside the penalty box). The rule does not apply to a goalkeeper* handling it inside his own area.
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.
Goalkeepers have the freedom to handle the ball inside their own penalty area. Outside the penalty box, the rules on handling the ball are applicable to the keepers just like any outfield player.
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Summary: The IFAB Laws of the Game defines handball as “the deliberate act of a player making contact with the ball with the hand or arm”. The goalkeeper is exempt from this rule inside their penalty area, but has the same restrictions as any other player outside their box. A ball off the shoulder is not handball.
Law 12 Fouls and Misconduct. Direct and indirect free kicks and penalty kicks can only be awarded for offences committed when the ball is in play. Direct free kick. A direct free kick is awarded if a player commits any of the following offences against an opponent in a manner considered by the referee to be careless, reckless or using excessive ...
Feb 2, 2020. #1. GK comes running off his line and wins a 50/50 with the striker. Ball sets up for the midfielder to shoot from about 25 yards. GK is running backwards towards his line. Midfielder hits it and completely ****s it and sends it flying towards the corner flag. The GK who has no idea ends up "saving" it outside the box.
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.
Even the top google search "Is a handball a yellow card?" gives a very similar answer. Ultimately, it seems there's been a lot of confusion over the years when it comes to describing a deliberate/non-deliberate handball. And that's made even harder when you start asking the correct questions according to the LOTG: "Did this Stop a Promising ...