How many red cards at Euro 2020 and what is the suspension?

How many red cards at Euro 2020 and what is the suspension?

EURO 2020 is underway with teams looking to make it to the last 16.

To do that, it will help if they can keep their discipline and avoid bookings and red cards.

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This was the case in Euro 2016 when only three players received a red card.

Former Sunderland centre-back Lorik Cana was sent off in the first half against Switzerland for Albania.

Aleksandar Dragovic was the next player to see red in Austria's 2-0 defeat to Hungary.

And Ireland's Shane Duffy was shown a straight red card in the Round of 16 defeat at the hands of France.

What suspension will the players who see red serve this summer? Well, SunSport has all the details you need to know.

How many red cards have there been at Euro 2020?

There has been one red card at Euro 2020 so far.

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What is the suspension?

Well, according to the Regulations of the Uefa European Football Championship article 52, a player who is sent off the pitch is suspended for the next game.

And red card suspensions that cannot be served during the competition can be carried forward to the FIFA World Cup.

But the UEFA Control, Ethics and Disciplinary Body is also permitted to increase the punishment, and that can be extended to other competitions.

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