Soccer is one such sport.
I think it would be football (or soccer), based on the description you gave. The 45 minutes is half-time and the yellow card is a penalty (two cards and you're out if the game), while the red card is a ticket out if the game.
It is the sport of Association football (soccer).
There are two periods played in a whole game of college basketball. Both periods are 20 minutes long. But with timeouts and fouls called during the game, the game goes on longer.
Four quarters of 12 minutes each in professional basketball for 48 minutes College is 10 minute quarters for 40 minutes.
In the US it is called soccer, in much of the world called football.
The game is played in 2 halves of 45 minutes which can be longer depending on stoppage time which is 5 minutes maximum
In regular season play, if the score is tied after the third period, they play a 4 on 4 sudden death overtime for 5 minutes. If nobody scores they then go to a shootout, with the highest amount of goals scored determining the winner. During the playoffs, the overtime periods are 20 minutes in length and are unlimited in number as to periods to be played.
In the NHL, there is one (1) five (5) minute 'sudden death' overtime period during the regular season, followed by a shoot-out if necessary. There is an unlimited amount of twenty (20) minute 'sudden death' periods during the playoffs.
Minutes played during the game.
The sport of ice hockey is played in three periods.
America and Germany played in the World cup 2014 during the group stage. The game ended Germany 2-1 USA, and the game lasted 90 minutes (no extra periods).
The sport of American football is played over 4 quarters, each consisting of 15 minutes.
He only played during the 2003-2004 season, and for a few minutes.
First and foremost, hockey does not have "quarters". It is played in three sections known as "periods". Secondly, the length of each period is unique to the level of hockey that is being played. For a game of professional hockey (i.e. NHL, ECHL, AHL, the Olympics) the periods have a clock time of twenty minutes. Of course this varies with the amount of stopages in the game for penalties, fights, and the rare time out. In hockey that is played for fun by children the periods are often shortened to last from fourteen to twelve minutes.