A red card in soccer (football) means the player or players who receive it will be 'sent off' the pitch and will receive a temporary ban from playing football, on average 1 - 3 games depending on the soccer/football league's rules. The player can not be replaced for the remainder of the game.
To receive a red card in soccer you either have to get two yellow cards, or a straight red depending on the incident. A scenario for a instant red card: If a player is 1-on-1 with a goalkeeper and suddenly a defender does a poor tackle on the player that is a red card (depending on the referee.)
No there are only red cards and yellow cards
The cards used in soccer (2) were the yellow card (warning) or red (sent off).
No only yellow and red cards are there in soccer.
Red & yellow cards were introduced in the 1970 world cup in mexico.
Just one red card.
in the 1970's
One per match.
One per person, and the game is postponed if 12 people receive red cards