You can substitute freely in Basketball. As many players as there are on the bench, that's how many substitutes there are. Players may be taken out of a game and then put back into a game. There is no limit to the amount of times a player can be taken out and put into a game. The only limitation to substituting is that you may not put a player in that has exceed the number of personal fouls allowed in the league. Once a player exceeds that number, they are disqualified and not allowed to play for the rest of the game.
you are allowed 400 substitutes
any but most of the time they have about 5 substitutes
No substitutes were allowed for any reason in the 1966 World Cup. Some previous finals had allowed substitutions for injury and from 1970 substitutes were allowed for tactical purposes.
you are allowed 12 substitutions in a volleyball
There are 12 substitutes allowed in indoor volleyball.
You are allowed to use 3 substitutes.
You are allowed 7 players on the bench, from which only 3 are allowed to be used within the match.
11 people, and you are allowed 7 substitutes on the bench, with three allowed to switch into play.
7 players are allowed on a high school basketball team
23 are allowed
Assuming you're talking about the game of soccer (as opposed to american football) - the maximum number of substitutes in a team is.... three.
there are five substitutes in which three are changeable players
In the NBA you are allowed to have 6 fouls, but usually you get five fouls in high school, middle school, and college basketball.