Ussually in a league game there are 6 or 7 substitute players but only 3 of them may enter the pitch during a league game.
In a friendly there can be a maximum of 12 substitute players and the number of substitues a coach can make is unlimited.
The maximum number of subs allowed in most competitive matches, including domestic leagues/cups and internationals is three.
Friendly matches and other competitions can vary the number.
5 players are on the bench but only3 subs can be made
Seven. How many you can use depends on the type of competition. Unlimited for friendlies, 3 for competitive matches.
not so sure leh
You are allowed to use 3 substitutes.
I guess it may depend on what level the teams are playing. I'm not sure about college, high school or younger kids.Professional soccer teams can have ''no more than'' 11 players on the pitch at any given time; but a team ''can'' play with fewer men on the field if necessary and if the referee/official decides to allow play to continue.I'm sure someone will correct me if I'm wrong, but I think 8 men on the field is the minimum a team can have...again, at the official's discretion.Answerfor out door most highschool games and up it is 11v11 but u can hace at least 7.. I'm not quite sure. for indoor it's normally 6v6 or 5v5 plus the goalies. Their are also 3v3 tournaments, etc.
Each team starts with 11 players and are allowed to use a maximum of 3 substitutes, therefore the maximum total number of players in one game is 24.
There are 16 players in a field hockey team - 11 on the field and 5 substitutes. There is no limit on the number of substitutions allowed during the game, and they can happen at any time except during a penalty corner.