The cards used in soccer (2) were the yellow card (warning) or red (sent off).
In indoor soccer, a player may be sent to a penalty box (like one used in ice hockey) for a yellow card offense. In indoor soccer, yellow cards are actually blue.
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.
The first time a red and yellow card were used was in the 1970 world cup in Mexico.
1970 FIFA World Cup.
No, black cards are not used in soccer. They are, however, used in some other sports, including other non-soccer forms of football.
A yellow card is used to warn a player, a red card sends a player off the pitch for the rest of the match. Two yellow cards equal a red card
The soccer game lasts 90 minutes. Of 45 minutes each.But time will be added according to the injuries and substitutes being used. For every yellow or red cards 15 seconds are added.
A yellow card is used as a warning. There is no direct punishment for this (other than a fine). However, a red card means an immediate dismissal from the field of play. A red card can be gained by the issuing of a second yellow card.
Soccer has two types of cards, yellow and red. Yellow cards are used to caution a player for a major breach of the rules, called "misconduct". A second yellow card, as well as several egregious forms of misconduct, warrant a red card, which indicates that the player is sent off and can no longer play in that game or remain in the vicinity of the pitch. Some similar games (which do not follow the IFAB Laws of the Game) can employ blue, green, black, white, or even so-called "soft red" cards to mean various things, but they aren't part of the soccer / football that most of the world plays.
The first soccer ball used was the head of a captured prisoner