A player may receive two cautions in the same match, at which point they will be sent off.
there is a number of player with these yellow cards one player onece receved 17 yellow cards in 15 games the same happend in America a player there reseved 4 red cards due his yellow cards this resulted in him quiting saying the sport is umfair
Every player on both teams can be given a yellow card if the referee thinks they deserve it, but for one player only two can be given then they will be sent off.
It depends on how many get issued. Although, 2 yellow cards equal a red. So for instance, you receive 2 yellow cards in one game you are out for the rest of the game and the next game.
2 yellow cards=1 red card=1 match ban
You will have 66 baseball cards and 86 soccer cards.
Just one red card.
Soccer has two types of cards, yellow and red. Yellow cards are used to caution a player for a major breach of the rules, called "misconduct". A second yellow card, as well as several egregious forms of misconduct, warrant a red card, which indicates that the player is sent off and can no longer play in that game or remain in the vicinity of the pitch. Some similar games (which do not follow the IFAB Laws of the Game) can employ blue, green, black, white, or even so-called "soft red" cards to mean various things, but they aren't part of the soccer / football that most of the world plays.
20 yellow cards
2 yellow cards