Q: How many subs are you limited to for a game of Football?

Write your answer...

Submit

Related questions

3 per team in a game

In a professional football game it starts with 11 people on each team (not including subs)

3

5 subs can be used during a match.

4 plays on the bench otherwise known as subs.

11 people form the playing side and there are 3 subs which can be replaced during the game.

they is 11 with 6 subs hi its jay bleasdale how many goalkeepers in a football team how many goal keepers in a football team

You can have as many as 15 substitutes, of which 5 can actually be used.

4

5 players are on the bench but only3 subs can be made

7 unless freindly then 10 i think

There are usually 11 on each side during a game of football, but there can be up to 22 players in the team, many of which are subs and don't play in every match. other varieties of football like 5-a-side football have an obviously different amount of players.

11 players...11 subs (allowed to use 3 subs) Thats the case at Football World Cup anyway

when were subs first used in English football

In the Union game there are 15 players perside and 5 subs and in the League code there are 13 players perside and 4 subs

if it is the defensive side yes.. but this can only happen if there are no subs coming in after the snap.

In AFL football, there are 18 people in a footy team with a few interchange/subs

There are 16 players on a team 11 play football and 5 of them are subs.

15 a side playing in union plus subs and 13 a side playing plus subs in league

Up to 7 on the bench, 3 can come on

In a union side there are 15 players plus subs on the bench per side. In the league code there are 13 players perside (thry do not use flankers) plus subs.

In a soccer match you can only have three,3, substitutes in a match.

Each side is allowed 12 substitutions per game.

The game is forfeited. Sometimes depending on how many players you have.

11 players start on the field, but u have subs as well, 11 players start on the field, but u have subs as well,