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.
If someone gets a yellow card nothing happens the player just gets a warning.
it turns into a red card and the player gets suspended 4 the rest of the game or longer
He has been cautioned. The school district decides what further sanctions are in place.
If a football;/soccer player is given the red card he is sent off and is not allowed to play in the rest of the game. This usually happens when he has fouled - I'm not sure if fouled is a word- sorry. for instance if he trips a player up. the referee will show a yellow/ red card- yellow is just a warning. hope this helps
When a football player gets a red card or yellow or out of bounds.
it means a warning like in soccer if you get 3 it means that the opponet gets a point
gets the red card along with it
No you can't he gets a caution which is yellow but if he recives a red card (send off)or 2 yellow cards then he misses the next match. Source: Offical qualified referee
A yellow card can be for a player of for the coach. When it is for the player, it is because they have been very unsportsman like. They could have yelled at a player on the opposite side of the court, or they could have yelled at the referee. If the coach gets a yellow card, it is because they have yelled at the referee. When a player or a coach gets a yellow card, the other team gets points added to their score.
No they're not. A player gets a yellow card when they have done something bad, 2 yellow cards for the same player in one game, equals a red card, when a red card is shown the player must leave the pitch, they are not even allowed to go back to the sub bench with their team mates they must return to the locker room
It's a WarningA yellow card is a warning. Once a player has been booked, he has to be extra careful for the rest of the game; if he gets another yellow card, this will result in a red card - and he will be sent off the pitch and his team will be at a disadvantage (with one fewer player). In addition, a yellow card is added to your total tally of yellow cards for the season. If a player gets 5 yellow cards, he is suspended for a game.The most common reasons for getting a yellow card:Unsporting behavior of any type, e.g., a dangerous slide tackle.Dissent (disagreeing with the referee's or linesman's decision).Persistent infringement of rules, e.g. constantly tripping people.Entering or leaving the field without permission.Delaying the game, perhaps by refusing to stand the proper distance from a free kick, or not throwing in the ball for a long period of time.
Turns yellow and dies