"Teams" do not provide officials for games. In the NCAA, conferences are responsible for providing officials for games.
In Division I-FBS, all conferences field seven officials for each game with the exception of the Big 12. The Big 12 experimented with adding an eighth official during the 2013 season.
There are three officials during a match. The referee, who moves around the pitch, and his assistants who watch from the Right Hand touch line of either half of the pitch.
I am not sure but i think that many of them will not play college soccer for most just play at that age for something to entertain themselves with
there are 4 different officials in badminton
Yes, many college football games, MLB baseball games, and soccer games
The game has to end with a decision. If the officials call the game without declaring the winner, the bet holds over until the game is replayed or is refunded if the game cannot be repaid. There is no definitive number of minutes or quarters that have to be played before the coaches and officials can decide on calling/postponing/canceling the game.