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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.

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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.

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