Definition of corner kick in English:

corner kick


(also corner)
  • A place kick taken by the attacking side from a corner of the field after the ball has been sent over the end line outside the goal by a defender.

    ‘Kavanagh lofted a corner kick’
    • ‘Before the corner kick, Solomartin picks up a yellow card for shirt-tugging.’
    • ‘Two goals in five minutes put Windermere ahead when Liam Salisbury headed in from a corner kick and a long ball found Matt Parkinson, who beat two men and the keeper.’
    • ‘Parkville upped it another gear and Colin Coady got on the end of a corner kick to poke the ball home and secure all three points for Parkville.’
    • ‘The referee didn't call a goal kick for the Stingrays, but instead called a corner kick in favor of Riverside.’
    • ‘Ten minutes later, Villa doubled their advantage when their young gun, Joe Dowd scored directly from a corner kick a goal of beauty.’


corner kick

/ˈkôrnər kik/ /ˈkɔrnər kɪk/