A player is "capped" for each international match played. Some "friendly" games also count. A player who has played in 50 international matches has fifty caps.
It stems from the old days when the players were issued commemorative "caps" for the game; the term has simply continued, although the actual caps are no longer provided to the players.
See related link, "International cap", for a photo of a cap.
A cap is how many times the player has appeared in a game.
They are mainly given for International matches. When a player plays for their country, they win a cap. Interestingly, the players actually receive a cap, i have attached a link of a cap, they still have this style today.
No because there is no salary cap.
any hand cap
Cap stands for Country APearences. It signifies how many times a certain player has played for their country in international competition.
The cap is a retro cap and it stands for Milwaukee
If you mean "What is soccer in French?", then it is "football"
Uruguay won the world cup in 1930.
A cap is a reference to [ or a nickname for ] an international game played. Therefore the number of caps is simply the number of international games played.
a cap / a baseball cap
What do you mean by "Who likes play soccer?"
there is no red flag in soccer!
In soccer tactical means to have strategy.
Not sure what you mean by compression in soccer. Compression of what?
If you mean "How do you SAY soccer in Japanese?", then the answer is "sakkā".
Depending on the context, cap can mean capsule or community-acquired pneumonia.
soccer? don't you mean football? soccer isn't played in the UK
the stem/ root ¨cap¨ means ¨to take¨
CAP is CAPITAL in bank statement.
it mean help
Soccer is football in U.S.A and Football in England..........
like what soccer license if you mean as referee then yes
what is soccer, do you mean football. thats the probem.
doesn't mean anything