Referees use yellow cards and red cards to regulate football matches. Premier League officials use yellow cards very often in matches while red cards are a little scarce.

In Professional football, Yellow cards are used to caution football players while red cards indicate a sending off and most times, match suspension. In the Premier League, accumulating yellow cards can also lead to suspension for a player.

Football fans will know the rules surrounding the use of Yellow Cards and Red Cards. However, have you ever wondered how much footballers pay when they rack up yellow cards and red cards?

Accumulation of 5 yellow card leads to one match suspension. Accumulation of 10 and 15 yellow cards will also result in one match suspension, but a player who accumulates 20 yellow cards will meet with the F.A disciplinary board and likely receive a five match ban.

Do Footballers And Football Clubs Pay Fines For Yellow Cards And Red Cards?

Yes. Football clubs do pay fines for yellow cards and red cards, and those fees/fines are Administrative fees.

Although, clubs pay these fines, It is also possible for a club to fine their own player for receiving a suspension.

How Much Do Clubs And Players Pay For Yellow Cards And Red Cards?

In England, footballers in the Premier League receive a fine of £10- £15 per red card and £15 additionally for every 5 yellow cards received. These fines are imposed and received by the English FA.

It is also very important to know that the FA can fine a club if 6 or more of their players receive yellow cards in the same match. The fine could be up to £25,000.

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