5 yellow cards is a one game suspension
5 yellows = red-suspension
2 yellows=1 red and that means you get out
After 5 yellow cards player will be suspended for one game, after next five yellow cards (10) player will be suspended for 2 games and so on
2 yellow cards
The general rule is that if you get two yellow cards in the same match or in two different matches it is a one match suspension. Players are also suspended for a single red card for one match, but if UEFA thinks the offense was severe they can extend that suspension.
1= nothing; 2=suspension for the next match; red=suspension from the rest of the current match
2 yellow cards=1 red card=1 match ban
For Disciplinary reasons. Examples: Bad Tackles, Abusive Language, Dissent, Time Wasting, Excessive Celebration, and Fighting. Yellow Card: Warning, for mild behaviors. Red Card: Extreme behavior, Fighting. 2 Yellows (in a single game) = Red Red = Expulsion from game and suspension for next game. Yellow = Depending on how many yellows you've had before, you can also get suspended for next game. - EXAMPLE: In Spanish Football, 5 yellow cards = Suspension. In The Champions League, 3 yellows = Suspension. Every other odd number yellow card after that (5,7,9,etc.) will also result in suspension. Source: UEFA Champions League Rules and Regulations Handbook.
it depends i think you would need 10 yellow card in order to get a 4 game match ban
Yellow and red cards are shown as a signal when a player or substitute commits misconduct before, during, or after a match.