The goalkeeper has to leave and the team is reduced by one player. The team needs to have a goalkeeper, so then what happens is that another player goes into goal to be the goalkeeper. It could be an outfield player, but the normal thing is to substitute an outfield player with the substitute goalkeeper.
eleven including the goalie...unless a player gets red carded. In which case, the player is removed and the team is unable to substitute him.
there would subsitute another goalie
yes you can. you can be red carded which means you are sent off of the pitch for the remainder of the match.
You can easily get yourself yellow or even red carded.
Well, what usually happens is that they warn them and give the other team a free kick, but if it is blocking a shot or intentionally doing it to stop or do something, they could could red or yellow carded.
It depends on what you got carded for. If it is serious then you have to attend to a meeting with the referee plus the soccer association and tell what happened for you to have been red carded. Depending on the situation you/your team could get fined minimum of a $100 fine. I hope this helped everyone who has been wondering this sort of question :D :)
Yes plenty of them get it , mainly for bringing down players in the box.
Players do not get a medal when they are red-carded. They are removed from the game. In many leagues now, the coach and/or player are fined.
If the red carded player is a key role. That is either side prop or hooker then the team must forfeit another player (normally a back row) who will leave the field and be replaced by a player who normally plays in the red carded position.
No. After subbing, a player is "burned", but may still sit in the bench. If he's red carded, he must leave the playing ground completely.