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.
A player shown a yellow card is receiving a caution. A formal warning to stop doing something.
The team doesn't get a yellow card, a player does. After being given a yellow card, the player has been warned. If he gets a second yellow card, he gets an automatic red card and must leave the playing ground (cannot sit in the substitute bench). He may also receive a red card if the offense is severe enough. A lot of leagues have limits on how many yellows a player can receive, after which the player is banned for one match.
Yes you can play, but if you do get a another yellow in the next game , then you will miss one game.
you get a penalty foul and potential yellow card
It is a warning
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.
Depending on the level of the foul or bad behavior (taking someone out by purposely harming them), a player may receive a yellow or a red card. The red card is more serious.
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the 2nd yellow card is a red card, there are no back-to-back yellow's.
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.