1= nothing; 2=suspension for the next match; red=suspension from the rest of the current match
In a soccer match you can only have three,3, substitutes in a match.
There are no quarters in Association Football, a match is divided into two halves.
usa vs england 6 yellow cards
When you have two yellow cards you got a red card and you exit the match.
Yellow and red cards are shown as a signal when a player or substitute commits misconduct before, during, or after a match.
USA vs England joking
No you can't he gets a caution which is yellow but if he recives a red card (send off)or 2 yellow cards then he misses the next match. Source: Offical qualified referee
A player may receive two cautions in the same match, at which point they will be sent off.
That depends entirely on the rules of the competition. Usually in the league/domestic cup, 5 yellow cards equate to a ban, but in some shorter competitions, it could be three or even two yellow cards equating to a ban.
Do you mean a red card? When a Referee gives someone a red card in a soccer match, that player is sent of for that match AND the following match. If a player gets 2 yellow cards in THE SAME MATCH, it is the same as getting a red card, and the player hasto leave the field for the match and cannot play for the following match.
it turns into a red card and the player gets suspended 4 the rest of the game or longer
One per match.
2 yellow cards=1 red card=1 match ban
The only definite thing about a yellow card is that if you get a second one on the same game, you get sent off. Different leagues have different rules, for example, in the A-League (Australia), seven yellows mean you miss one match. I don't know anywhere that has fines for yellow cards.