In soccer a yellow card is issued as a warning for committing a foul that is not so serious. A red card on the other hand is issued for serious offences or for someone who had received a yellow card earlier.
you get a penalty foul and potential yellow card
In soccer, a "soft" red card is a term used to describe a red card that was received for an offense that the speaker did not believe merited it. It has another, very specific meaning in U.S. High School soccer. In the modified rule set of high school soccer a red/yellow combination may be shown to a player to indicate that the player is being disqualified but may be replaced.
Foul, abusive, or threatening language is an automatic send off (red card). If it is a player, then that player may not be replaced.
A player who is sent off may not be replaced. That player's team must play short for the rest of the match.
Goalkeeper should not come out to kick a soccer ball. And all players have to play carefully. If you tackle someone or make somebody hurt, you might get the yellow card for warning or red card. And there are more rules!!!
A player shown a red card has been sent off. This player must leave the vicinity of the field, may not return to the match, and may not be replaced.
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means your out !
there is no green card used in soccer. However in field hockey a green triangle represents a warning.
Green card in soccer means that when a player respects the referees' decision and be a sportsmanship person
Its is usually one game but it also depends on what you do to get the red card.