Corner kick, free kick, penalty kick — how can I call those kicks? "Deadplay kicks", "fixed kicks"?
Is there any special naming for this type of kicks?
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How about set piece?
The term set piece or set play is used in association football and rugby to refer to a situation when the ball is returned to open play following a stoppage, particularly in a forward area of the pitch. Most often, the term is used to refer to free kicks and corners, but sometimes throw-ins.
Seeing that a penalty is a type of free kick, that should cover all your cases.
Wiktionary has this usage example:
Roberto Carlos is deadly from set pieces.