This is a research to further analyze the teams that made the round of 16 during the 2006 FIFA World Cup. The objective is to comprehend the special techniques of corner kicks made during the offensive tactics, the frequency of its occurrences, the analysis of corner kicks served (being sent out) on the specified region of the field, the related time and sequence, the immediate contact among the team members after the corner kick, and the success of scoring. For the purpose of this research, a chart will serve as an implement to demonstrate the motion of the corner kicks, and to further analyze the obtained statistics. The conclusions are as follows: First, the different methods of corner kicks include in-swing, out-swing, straight pass and short pass. Second, there is no evident variation between the frequency of the occurrences of corner kicks and its related time and sequence. Third, the statistics of corner kicks served on the specified region of the field. We have also come to conclude that corner kicks are being placed the most on specified regions, which adds up to 119 shots in total. Fourth, a noticeable difference is shown by both the offense and defense on their success of scoring.