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You are allowed to use 3 substitutes.
There are eleven players on a soccer team - one goalkeeper, and ten outfield players. In most professional matches teams are allowed five substitutes in the squad, of which they can use three.
11 people, and you are allowed 7 substitutes on the bench, with three allowed to switch into play.
There are 12 substitutes allowed in indoor volleyball.
11 on the field The total no. of players including substitutes are 16.
The number varies because of the variety of soccer being played. Usually there are 2 teams of 11 players on the field. A coach on each side would be nice. And substitutes. There will be 2, or usually 3 (or, in "pro" or international soccer) 4 officials.
11 players on the field including the goal keeper. and a few substitutes.
For adult soccer there are 11 players on the field, plus a number of substitutes as allowed by the competition you are playing in. Unlike American football once a player has been substituted he/she is not allowed back on the field. 23 1/2