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.
"Caps" is the number of International Matches a player has played in for their country.
She had 275 caps for USA
peter shilton 125 caps
Appearance. An international soccer match as opposed to a domestic game.
Peter Shilton - 125 Caps (I Think!!)
= Claudio Suárez , a Mexican defender with 178 caps. =
Steve Staunton had 102 caps
Fudge caps mean you are eating chocolate that is high in sugar. A high sugary snack.
England or Chelsea or Liverpool I think it is Kenny Dalglish.
The word is spelled caps, just as you spelled it, if you mean hats. If you want the word for which "caps" is the abbreviation, it is capitals as in capital letters.
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If you mean "What is soccer in French?", then it is "football"