The player must leave the playing ground (he cannot sit on the bench, he must go to the dressing room). He cannot be substituted, the team now plays with one man less.
After the match, an automatic one match ban is applied to the player (he may not participate in the team's next match). The governing body may review the incident and decide to add more matches to the ban.
Its is usually one game but it also depends on what you do to get the red card.
means your out !
be sent off......(red card)
chaeg at the player
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.
No only yellow and red cards are there in soccer.
Just one red card.
When you get a red card in soccer, you have to leave the field and you are ejected for the rest of the game. Often, depending on the league, you will be suspended for the next game (or a few games) also.
about the size of a playing card in a original deck.
No there are only red cards and yellow cards
A red card, or ejection
Basically a yellow card is a caution. A red is punishment, if you receive two yellows in one game you will get a red card. A red card punishment is when you are 'sent off' the pitch and the player is no longer allowed to play and receives a temporary ban usually 1 - 3 games depending on the rules of the Soccer/Football league.
A yellow card is a warning, and two yellow cards equal a red card, which is where the player is sent off. A player may receive a straight red card.
In soccer a yellow card is used for a minor foul. If you get two yellow cards in one game, you are given a red card. If a red card is given the player has to leave the game and a substitute has to enter the playing field.
It means a player has been ejected from the field of play.
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.
A red card in soccer (football) means the player or players who receive it will be 'sent off' the pitch and will receive a temporary ban from playing football, on average 1 - 3 games depending on the soccer/football league's rules. The player can not be replaced for the remainder of the game. To receive a red card in soccer you either have to get two yellow cards, or a straight red depending on the incident. A scenario for a instant red card: If a player is 1-on-1 with a goalkeeper and suddenly a defender does a poor tackle on the player that is a red card (depending on the referee.)
Yellow and Red, hence player's being booked with a "Yellow Card" for a warning and a "Red Card" for a sending off.
A caution, by showing a yellow card, or a send off, by showing a red card.