The green card truly exists in football but it is not at all important like the main cards that we all know about.
The green card has two relatively well-known uses. It is used to promote fair play, correct approach to the game, and it will form part of the criteria used to determine which teams progress from local fun days to future cup events, no fouls or abusive languages used in the game, by either players or coach.
For a team to be awarded the green card, they fulfill each of the following criteria.
1. Line-up and shakehands before before each game with opposing team and officials.
2. No over aggressive play during the match.
3. No abusive language used during match by both coaches and players.
4. No fighting with opposing team or teammates.
5. If a foul is committed both players must shake hands and smile before game restart.
The first used of the green card in a soccer game is for disciplinary, the green card does not generally exists in football but it was used during the CONIFA World Cup For Countries that are not covered by FIFA.
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