It depends on how many get issued. Although, 2 yellow cards equal a red. So for instance, you receive 2 yellow cards in one game you are out for the rest of the game and the next game.
28 red cards.
No there are only red cards and yellow cards
260 yellow cards 17 red cards.
The cards used in soccer (2) were the yellow card (warning) or red (sent off).
Red & yellow cards were introduced in the 1970 world cup in mexico.
No only yellow and red cards are there in soccer.
The 2002/2003 season in the French league had the most number of red cards. A total of 131 red cards were issued.
Just one red card.
You cant get blue cards. You can get red and yellow cards though. 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. ____ There are blue cards in indoor soccer and beach soccer. Word Cup, European and English soccer don't use the blue card. I don't believe the MLS does either. The blue card is issued for minor violations and the player is generally sent off the field for a few minutes to serve a penalty.
One per match.