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Just one red card.
A red card, or ejection
A yellow card is a warning, and two yellow cards equal a red card, which is where the player is sent off. A player may receive a straight red card.
It means a player has been ejected from the field of play.
A red card in soccer (football) means the player or players who receive it will be 'sent off' the pitch and will receive a temporary ban from playing football, on average 1 - 3 games depending on the soccer/football league's rules. The player can not be replaced for the remainder of the game. To receive a red card in soccer you either have to get two yellow cards, or a straight red depending on the incident. A scenario for a instant red card: If a player is 1-on-1 with a goalkeeper and suddenly a defender does a poor tackle on the player that is a red card (depending on the referee.)
A send off should be signaled by showing a red card to the player.
A player can get 2 yellow cards which = a red card and also get a straight red card. Also a player can get a yellow card but then without getting a 2nd yellow card the player can recieve a straight rad card