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Fekir only had to be presented with a yellow card, but overseas criticisms such as "should be red" and "what a stupid play" have been received.

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yellow card

yellow card (yellow card) is for athletes who have performed non-gentlemanly acts in some sports.RefereePresent when proclaiming a warning黄色 OfcardIs that[1].. simplyyellowIt may also be expressed as.

mainlyサ ッ カ ーSeen in, but in otherSportsBut also "caveatMay be used to mean. In addition, the word "yellow card" itself is generalized and is often used with the nuance that "if you do the same thing next time, you will take some measures."

In the past, similar warnings and dismissals were given orally by the referee, but in soccer, where there are many international games, the language is not understood, and despite the dismissal, the intention is not understood and play continues. There was a situation where there was a player. In addition, since it is desirable for spectators and TV viewers to be able to grasp the fact that the warning was presented, a card presentation system was introduced that can be immediately understood by all the people around, not to mention the athlete himself.

In many sports, the yellow card is used in stages along with the red red card according to various warning actions. However, the methods of warning and alerting are not always uniform, for example.RacewalkThen, the red card is used to judge the foul, but the yellow paddle is used instead of the yellow card to correct the step type.[2].

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The rule of presenting a yellow card to a warning person is a rule of soccerLaws of the Game(Japan Football AssociationThen "Soccer law”) Article 12,Fouls and cheating(Fouls and Misconduct).Foul (soccer)See also.

The yellow card is a yellow plate made of synthetic resin, etc., and the back side is divided into two teams to play against each other, each of which has a uniform number, time, and reason entry fields.

In a typical match, a player who has been awarded two yellow cards in total will be suspended for the most recent match in the same tournament. League match in the J League (J1,J2,J3In all of), the cumulative total of 4 cards will be suspended for the next game.

Foul presented with a yellow card

It stipulates that if a competitor violates the following seven items, a warning will be given and a yellow card will be shown.

  1. Commit anti-sports behavior
  2. Disagree with words or actions
  3. Violate the rules of competition repeatedly
  4. Delay the resumption of play
  5. Do not keep the specified distance when resuming play with a corner kick or free kick
  6. Enter or return to the field without the referee's approval
  7. Intentionally leave the field without the approval of the referee

Warning and yellow card

As mentioned above, the yellow card is a tangible object that is shown when the referee gives a warning, not the warning itself. The player and other players, managers, coaches, assistant referees, spectators, etc. will know that the player has been clearly warned.

However, the word "yellow card" in the topic of soccer is often treated as synonymous with "warning". For example, in a tournament consisting of multiple games such as a league game, the number of warnings received in each game is usually accumulated and counted, and when a certain number (depending on the tournament) is reached, participation is suspended. What is counted is the "number of warnings", and although "the number of yellow cards" is not a correct expression according to the rules, in general conversations and TV commentary, "○○ player is the number of yellow cards. It is said that "the next section will be suspended".

In addition, he was sent off when he was told that he would receive a second warning in the same match.Red cardIs shown "(Article 12 of the competition rules), but this is also often referred to as" the second yellow ". In this case, the referee shows the yellow card with one hand and then raises the red card with the other hand to indicate that he is sent off by the second warning.

Other sports


rugbyThen, a yellow card will be presented to players who have repeated malicious fouls or the same fouls. Unlike soccer, I was ordered to leave for 10 minutes,Penalty boxCalled (Sin Bin. Sin = Violation + Bin = Place). Repeating twice in the same match or three times within the regulation will result in a red card (exit).

Incidentally,Zebra cardAfter the establishment of, it is considered that all the players of the team on the side where the zebra card was presented received the card presentation.


In an official match, if a competitor or bench staff (manager, coach, etc.) commits an illegal act (abusive behavior such as ranting to the referee or delaying the progress of the match), the referee will tell the team. A verbal warning is given. If a member of the team who receives the oral warning repeats an illegal act, the referee will present a yellow card and give a warning. After that, if the same action is repeated, a red card will be posted, 1 point will be added to the opponent team, and it will also move to the opponent. Also, if you have both a yellow card and a red card in one hand and they are posted at the same time, only that set will be sent off and you will be isolated in the penalty area. If you hold a yellow card and a red card in both hands and are presented, the match will be suspended and you will be ordered to leave the match venue. Also, in the case of delayed acts, it is shown by putting a yellow card or red card on the arm[3].

Beach volleyball

A sport similar to volleyballBeach volleyballHowever, yellow cards are used for anti-sports activities. However, the yellow card is presented only as a warning and there is no penalty.


Field hockeyHowever, if there is a dangerous/unjust act or intentional offense, a yellow card may be presented depending on the degree of the offense. A yellow card means a temporary exit for at least 5 minutes (time specified by the referee) (show other warnings)Green card, Red cards are used to indicate permanent exit).


badmintonIn, official behavior rules define "behavior." If this is first violated, a warning will be given and the referee will present a yellow card. There are no penalties. Depending on the degree of misbehavior, red cards (faults) andBlack card(Disqualification) is also used.

Table tennis

Table tennisIf a coach or a substitute player gives advice to a player playing on the court outside the set time, the referee will present a yellow card to warn him. Red cards (exit) are also used.


handballIs presented when giving a warning out of three types of penalties (warning, leaving for 3 minutes, disqualification).

Individuals may be given up to 1 time and teams may be given up to 3 times for dangerous offenses or actions against sportsmanship (2 minutes after exit).

It is not intended to postpone the exit for 2 minutes until the prescribed number of times, but it is supposed to be used to clarify the judgment criteria of the referee in charge and encourage self-control of the violation. Therefore, for obvious violations and violations after the second half, you will be given 2 minutes to leave regardless of the number of warnings until then.[4].

Futsal and beach soccer

It is a sport similar to soccerFutsalandBeach soccerBut the rules for yellow cards are defined as well. The operation method is almost the same as soccer.


K-1The rules for yellow cards are also defined in.

Initially, a red card was presented if two cards were received in one game, indicating a warning disposition, and points were deducted, but after the rule revision in 1, three cards were deducted and three red cards were presented, resulting in disqualification.

Soft tennis

Soft tennisThere is a warning statement in Article 41 of the Racing Rules. Unlike soccer, the operation of warnings in soft tennis does not distinguish between yellow cards and red cards, and both are treated as the same "warning". The first and second warnings are presented by the yellow card from the umpire, and the third warning is presented by the red card (in consultation with the referee) and the game ends (referee stop game set). There is no end to the game with a single warning that is said to be "one shot red" like soccer.


judoIn, the cumulative instruction is displayed as a yellow card.


Japan Women's Professional Golf Association(LPGA) has introduced a warning from a conventional yellow card for delay behavior (slow play) from 2012 on a trial basis.[5].

Ice hockey

In ice hockey, there are 6 major penalties when rough play occurs.[6].. Of these, there are four types of timely exits equivalent to yellow cards (while waiting in the "penalty box").

  1. Minor penalty (2 minutes in principle) The player of the party who committed the offense is sent off.
  2. Bench Minor Penalty (2 minutes in principle) A player designated by the team is sent off.
    For the above, the penalty will be terminated if the team with few players on the link allows the goal to be dismissed, and the retired player can return to the competition.
  3. Major Penalty (5 minutes) A ​​player from a party who is said to have played maliciously, such as injuring another player, is sent off.
  4. Miss Contact Penalty (10 minutes) Participants who have committed a serious offense or who participated in a brawl (possibly multiple people) are sent off.

Other cautionary documents

Not only for sports, yellow caution documents are sometimes called yellow cards, and for example, some police stations hand out caution documents called "yellow cards" for monitoring and instruction of traffic etiquette for bicycles.[7].


  1. ^ "A must-see/sports dictionary to understand immediately" published on January 1998, 1, publisher Shunsuke Nakayama, page 20.
  2. ^ Racewalking Japan Athletics Federation
  3. ^ 2014 volleyball 6-player competition rules (issued by the Japan Volleyball Association)
  4. ^ "Competition/Referee Handbook”. Japan Handball Association. Pp. 137-138. Retrieved September 2019, 23.“ About the “modern handball” that IHF is looking for ”
  5. ^ Even without a yellow card... effective in shortening the round time -Sponichianex (March 2012, 3) *Retrieved November 3, 2015
  6. ^ Ice hockey foul (penalty)
  7. ^ Ube Daily. "Violation yellow card, bicycle monitoring instruction". 2014/6/26Browse.

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