The correct answer is option C – corner kick for the attacking team.
In soccer, when the defending team last kick the ball and the ball is out of their goal line without scoring a goal being scored, it is called a corner kick for the attacking team. The kick is taken from the corner of the field closest to where it went out. This makes option A wrong.
A goal kick is awarded when a ball passes over the goal line either on the ground or by air and a goal is not scored last touching a player of the attacking team. This is not in line with the question asked. Therefore, option B and D are wrong.
When one team kicks the ball out of bounds, the opposing team brings the ball back into play. Balls kicked over the endline result in either a corner kick for the attacking team or a goal kick for the defending team.