In this clip, we’re going to talk about a
little more severe infractions. A little bit more severe infractions of the rules beyond
just maybe a little bump or a hand ball, usually you get a blue card. Now, a blue card is an
automatic two minute penalty, in which your team has to go down a man and you, yourself,
the person who receives the card have to set out of the match. Another way you can get
a blue card is too many fouls throughout the game. The official keeps track of how many
fouls each team has and when you have reached six fouls, then the team is given a blue card.
It doesn’t necessarily have to be the person that committed that last foul that has to
set out, but somebody on your team has to set out for the two minute period. Now, a
player is allowed back on to the field before the two minutes only if the opposing team
scores while your team is a man down. If you get two blue cards in one game, as an individual
you then, that equals one red card. A red card will then take you out of the match for
the rest of the game and you will not be allowed to reenter the game at all.