yellow card is sort of like a warning and if you get 2 yellow cards your suspended for like 1 or 2 upcoming games, its usually for minor things, like a small trip or so, red cards in the other hand usually suspend a player for usually 3 or more upcoming games no more than 5 i believe, and usually are gotten for using too much force in a tackle or basically being an idiot and hitting someone or fighting with the referee or stuff like that, hitting other players, cussing out the referee badly, etc.
You get a yellow card for a foul or diving or a minor handball. If you get two yellow cards then you get a red card and get sent off.
You get a straight red card for a bad foul or a goal saving handball or a goal saving foul.
In soccer a yellow card is used for a minor foul.
If you get two yellow cards in one game, you are given a red card.
If a red card is given the player has to leave the game and a substitute has to enter the playing field.
Cards are shown for misconduct. Misconduct may or may not be a foul.
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there is no green card used in soccer. However in field hockey a green triangle represents a warning.
No only yellow and red cards are there in soccer.
It is a warning
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In soccer, there is no such thing as a blue card. However, indoor soccer (A similar by distinct sport) uses the blue card to indicate a time penalty for certain fouls. If the goalkeeper receives a blue card, another player will serve that time in their place.
The cards used in soccer (2) were the yellow card (warning) or red (sent off).