Administrating a yellow card or red card is a huge decision in a game. The referee decides to use the cards to show the player, the substitute, or the team officials that broke the Law. It is an important decision as the impact is usually significant and could be costly. There are three sections to this guide: A description of each yellow card code
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U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Report Codes for Cautionable and Sending-Off Offenses 7 Cautionable Offenses Cautionable offenses require that a player, substitute or substituted player be shown a yellow card. A player is cautioned for committing any of the following seven offenses: 1. Unsporting behavior (UB) a.
Y6 enters or re-enters the field of play without the Referee’s permission Y7 deliberately leaves the field of play without the Referee’s permission Y1, Y2 & Y4 offences shall also relate to a substitute or substituted player who is cautioned and shown the yellow card. Serious Infringements –Red Card (Expulsion) Codes
U.S. Soccer Federation Referee Program Report Codes for Cautionable and Sending-Off Offenses Based on IFAB's 2018-19 Laws of the Game (LOTG) Cautionable Offenses A player is cautioned and shown a yellow card for committing any of the following cautionable offenses: 1. Unsporting behavior (UB) a.
When a soccer player is shown a yellow card, it signifies that they have been cautioned by the referee in relation to an offense they have committed during the game. A yellow card is used to signal to the player and the fans that a player has been disciplined for an offense and is now one warning away from being sent off of the field .
Red & Yellow Cards: Offence Codes, Fines, Suspensions and Penalty Points ... C6 Enters or re-enters the field of play without the referee’s permission £10 N/A 1
We'll start by telling you when the referee shows a yellow card to a player in a soccer match, it means that a player has been cautioned. Another expression that is often used to describe this is that the player has been ‘booked'.
Yellow cards to non-players often result in a franchise being fined and the team representative receiving some form of disciplinary action, such as a touchline ban. Origin of Red and Yellow Cards In Soccer. Referees have been cautioning and sending off players for over 100 years.
In every soccer match that involves a referee, there are 2 colors of "cards" which the referee will hold up to indicate serious fouls or behavior which won't be tolerated. The referee carries these cards in his shirt pocket, so if he reaches for his pocket it's a bad sign for the soccer player who committed the foul. These cards are about the size of a playing card and one is yellow and the other is red.