During an official match there can be made only 3 substitutes and a substituted player cannot re-enter the match. During a friendly match you can make up to 10
3 substitutions are allowed per match.
any but most of the time they have about 5 substitutes
There are 15 players from each team on the field during a rugby union match.
In a soccer match you can only have three,3, substitutes in a match.
In a world cup match you can have only five substitutes per each game.
not so sure leh
They start out 11 versus 11 including a goalkeeper. Then maybe between 5-7 substitutes. Only 3 substitutes are allowed in a competitive match but during friendlies and preseason games there are unlimited.
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.
11 players start, 3 substitutes may be used during a match. A team may have a large squad of 25-40 players.
Each team may have up to 5 (five) substitutes per game, and each team member may be subbed on/off as many times as wanted during the game. A sub cannot be made during a penalty corner or penalty stroke, however.
Assuming you're talking about the game of soccer (as opposed to american football) - the maximum number of substitutes in a team is.... three.
If you mean how do players substitutes in volleyball, they do a motion with their arms/hands, then the down ref will let them go after they have touched hands. If you mean how many substitutes are there, there are twelve subs per a set in a volleyball match.
Yes there are substitutes in volleyball but a coach/team can only have so many subsitutions. There can only be 10 subsitutions per game and an overall 30 substitutions for a match of 2 out of 3 games or an overall of 50 substitutions for a match of 3 out of 5 games.
Substitutions are only allowed in a cricket match for very specific reasons. These include, injury, illness, or other wholly acceptable reasons.
There are 11 players on the pitch at a time, and five players as substitutes on the bench.
Six by each side
In a team of football there are eleven players each. And the coach can use only three substitutes each.
According to the NCAA guidelines for 2013-14 there is no limit to the number of substitutes a team can have. The substitutes can take the place of any of the players in any situated area following the right method of substitution during the game.
You are allowed 7 players on the bench, from which only 3 are allowed to be used within the match.