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1994 FIFA World Cup disciplinary record

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In the 1994 FIFA World Cup the main disciplinary action taken against players came in the form of red and yellow cards. Any player picking up a red card is automatically banned for his country's next game (if it is a serious offense FIFA may extend this ban to a number of games). Players also receive a one-game ban if they pick up two yellow cards within the group stage or within the knockout stage.

Disciplinary statistics[edit]

  • Total number of yellow cards: 235
  • Average yellow cards per match: 4.52
  • Total number of red cards: 15
  • Average red cards per match: 0.29
  • First yellow card of the tournament: Jürgen Kohler – Germany against Bolivia
  • First red card of the tournament: Marco Etcheverry – Bolivia against Germany
  • Fastest yellow card from kick off: 1 minute – Sergei Gorlukovich – Russia against Sweden
  • Fastest yellow card after coming on as substitute: 2 minutes – Daniel Borimirov – Bulgaria against Greece (introduced in the 82nd minute)
  • Latest yellow card in a match without extra time: 90 minutes – José Luis Caminero – Spain against Bolivia, Yuri Nikiforov – Russia against Cameroon, Mohamed Al-Deayea – Saudi Arabia against Morocco
  • Latest yellow card in a match with extra time: 108 minutes – Basarab Panduru – Romania against Sweden
  • Fastest dismissal from kick off: 21 minutes – Gianluca Pagliuca – Italy against Norway
  • Fastest dismissal of a substitute: 3 minutes – Ion Vlădoiu – Romania against Switzerland (introduced in the 80th minute)
  • Latest dismissal in a match without extra time: 89 minutes – Gustavo Quinteros – Bolivia against Germany
  • Latest dismissal in a match with extra time: 101 minutes – Stefan Schwarz – Sweden against Romania
  • Least time difference between two yellow cards given to the same player: 21 minutes – Fernando Clavijo – United States against Brazil (booked in the 64th minute and again in the 85th minute)
  • Most yellow cards (team): 23 – Bulgaria
  • Most red cards (team): 2 – Bolivia, Bulgaria, Italy, Sweden
  • Fewest yellow cards (team): 5 – Cameroon
  • Most yellow cards (player): 4 – Zlatko Yankov
  • Most red cards (player): 1 – Fernando Clavijo, Luis Cristaldo, Marco Etcheverry, Luis García, Sergei Gorlukovich, Emil Kremenliev, Leonardo, Miguel Ángel Nadal, Gianluca Pagliuca, Stefan Schwarz, Rigobert Song, Jonas Thern, Tsanko Tsvetanov, Ion Vlădoiu, Gianfranco Zola
  • Most yellow cards (match): 10 – Mexico vs Bulgaria
  • Most red cards (match): 2 – Mexico vs Bulgaria
  • Fewest yellow cards (match): 1 – Netherlands vs Republic of Ireland
  • Most cards in one match: 10 yellow cards and 2 red cards – Mexico vs Bulgaria

Sanctions[edit]

By referee[edit]

Referee Matches Red card.svg Red Yellow card.svg Yellow Red Cards
France Joël Quiniou 4 3 22 1 straight red
2 second yellows
Colombia José Torres Cadena 4 1 21 1 straight red
Hungary Sándor Puhl 4 0 11
Mexico Arturo Brizio Carter 3 3 18 3 straight reds
Syria Jamal Al Sharif 3 2 19 2 second yellows
Denmark Peter Mikkelsen 3 1 10 1 straight red
Netherlands Mario van der Ende 3 0 15
Costa Rica Rodrigo Badilla 3 0 7
Tunisia Neji Jouini 2 2 12 1 straight red
1 second yellow
England Philip Don 2 1 12 1 second yellow
Scotland Leslie Mottram 2 1 11 1 second yellow
Germany Hellmut Krug 2 1 7 1 straight red
United Arab Emirates Ali Bujsaim 2 0 10
Brazil Renato Marsiglia 2 0 10
Peru Alberto Tejada 2 0 9
Argentina Francisco Oscar Lamolina 2 0 7
Switzerland Kurt Röthlisberger 2 0 7
Italy Pierluigi Pairetto 1 0 7
Spain Manuel Díaz Vega 1 0 5
Uruguay Filippi Cavani 1 0 4
United States Arturo Angeles 1 0 3
Sweden Bo Karlsson 1 0 3
Mauritius Lim Kee Chong 1 0 3
Italy Fabio Baldas 1 0 2
Total 52 15 235 8 straight reds
7 second yellows

By team[edit]

Team Yellow card.svg Yellow Red card.svg Red Red Cards Suspensions
 Argentina 9 0
 Belgium 6 0
 Bolivia 8 2 M. Etcheverry vs Germany
straight red card
Luis Cristaldo vs South Korea
second yellow card
M. Etcheverry vs South Korea
L. Cristaldo vs Spain
 Brazil 8 1 Leonardo vs United States
straight red card
Leonardo vs Netherlands
 Bulgaria 23 2 T. Tsvetanov vs Argentina
second yellow card
E. Kremenliev vs Mexico
second yellow card
T. Tsvetanov vs Mexico (Round of 16)
Z. Yankov vs Mexico (Round of 16)
E. Kremenliev vs Germany (quarter-final)
 Cameroon 5 1 R. Song vs Brazil
straight red card
R. Song vs Russia
 Colombia 7 0
 Germany 13 0
 Greece 8 0
 Italy 11 2 G. Pagliuca vs Norway
straight red card
G. Zola vs Nigeria
straight red card
G. Pagliuca vs Mexico
G. Zola vs Spain
A. Costacurta vs Brazil (final)
 Mexico 11 1 Luis García vs Bulgaria
second yellow card
Claudio Suárez vs Bulgaria
J. Del Olmo vs Bulgaria (Round of 16)
 Morocco 10 0 N. Naybet vs Saudi Arabia
 Netherlands 12 0 J. Wouters vs Republic of Ireland
 Nigeria 9 0
 Norway 6 0 A. Håland vs Republic of Ireland
 Republic of Ireland 8 0 D. Irwin vs Norway
T. Phelan vs Norway
 Romania 12 1 I. Vlădoiu vs Switzerland
straight red card
I. Vlădoiu vs United States
F. Răducioiu vs Argentina (Round of 16)
 Russia 9 1 S. Gorlukovich vs Sweden
second yellow card
S. Gorlukvich vs Cameroon
 Saudi Arabia 10 0
 South Korea 6 0
 Spain 13 1 M. Nadal vs South Korea
straight red card
M. Nadal vs Germany
 Sweden 14 2 S. Schwarz vs Romania
second yellow card
J. Thern vs Brazil
straight red card
S. Schwarz vs Brazil
J. Thern vs Bulgaria (third-place match)
  Switzerland 8 0
 United States 9 1 F. Clavijo vs Brazil
second yellow card
J. Harkes vs Brazil
Total 235 15

By individual[edit]

1 red card
  • Bolivia Luis Cristaldo
  • Bolivia Marco Etcheverry
  • Brazil Leonardo
  • Bulgaria Emil Kremenliev
  • Bulgaria Tsanko Tsvetanov
  • Cameroon Rigobert Song
  • Italy Gianluca Pagliuca
  • Italy Gianfranco Zola
  • Mexico Luis García
  • Romania Ion Vlădoiu
  • Russia Sergei Gorlukovich
  • Spain Miguel Ángel Nadal
  • Sweden Stefan Schwarz
  • Sweden Jonas Thern
  • United States Fernando Clavijo
4 yellow cards
  • Bulgaria Zlatko Yankov
3 yellow cards
  • Bulgaria Trifon Ivanov
  • Italy Demetrio Albertini
  • Mexico Luis García
  • Netherlands Jan Wouters
  • Spain José Luis Caminero
  • Sweden Stefan Schwarz
  • United States Fernando Clavijo
2 yellow cards
  • Argentina Fernando Cáceres
  • Argentina Oscar Ruggeri
  • Bolivia Julio César Baldivieso
  • Bolivia Luis Cristaldo
  • Brazil Mazinho
  • Bulgaria Emil Kremenliev
  • Bulgaria Yordan Letchkov
  • Bulgaria Hristo Stoichkov
  • Bulgaria Tsanko Tsvetanov
  • Colombia Leonel Álvarez
  • Colombia Carlos Valderrama
  • Germany Stefan Effenberg
  • Germany Thomas Helmer
  • Germany Jürgen Klinsmann
  • Germany Martin Wagner
  • Greece Tasos Mitropoulos
  • Italy Alessandro Costacurta
  • Morocco Noureddine Naybet
  • Mexico Joaquín del Olmo
  • Mexico Alberto García Aspe
  • Mexico Claudio Suárez
  • Nigeria Michael Emenalo
  • Nigeria Sunday Oliseh
  • Norway Alf-Inge Håland
  • Republic of Ireland Denis Irwin
  • Republic of Ireland Terry Phelan
  • Romania Gheorghe Popescu
  • Romania Florin Răducioiu
  • Romania Tibor Selymes
  • Russia Sergei Gorlukovich
  • Russia Dmitri Khlestov
  • Russia Yuri Nikiforov
  • Saudi Arabia Khalid Al-Muwallid
  • Saudi Arabia Fuad Amin
  • South Korea Choi Young-Il
  • Spain Abelardo
  • Spain Albert Ferrer
  • Sweden Kennet Andersson
  • Sweden Martin Dahlin
  • Sweden Roger Ljung
  • Switzerland Nestor Subiat
  • United States John Harkes
1 yellow card
  • Argentina Gabriel Batistuta
  • Argentina Claudio Caniggia
  • Argentina José Chamot
  • Argentina Leonardo Rodríguez
  • Argentina Fernando Redondo
  • Belgium Philippe Albert
  • Belgium Vital Borkelmans
  • Belgium Georges Grün
  • Belgium Enzo Scifo
  • Belgium Rudi Smidts
  • Belgium Josip Weber
  • Bolivia Carlos Borja
  • Bolivia Gustavo Quinteros
  • Bolivia Miguel Rimba
  • Bolivia Vladimir Soria
  • Brazil Aldair
  • Brazil Cafu
  • Brazil Dunga
  • Brazil Jorginho
  • Brazil Mauro Silva
  • Brazil Zinho
  • Bulgaria Krassimir Balakov
  • Bulgaria Daniel Borimirov
  • Bulgaria Petar Houbchev
  • Bulgaria Ilian Kiriakov
  • Bulgaria Emil Kostadinov
  • Bulgaria Borislav Mikhailov
  • Bulgaria Nasko Sirakov
  • Bulgaria Ivaylo Yordanov
  • Cameroon André Kana-Biyik
  • Cameroon Raymond Kalla
  • Cameroon Emile Mbouh
  • Cameroon Jacques Songo'o
  • Cameroon Stephen Tataw
  • Colombia Antony de Ávila
  • Colombia Hernán Gaviria
  • Colombia Luis Fernando Herrera
  • Germany Andreas Brehme
  • Germany Thomas Häßler
  • Germany Jürgen Kohler
  • Germany Andreas Möller
  • Germany Rudi Völler
  • Greece Alexis Alexoudis
  • Greece Minas Hantzidis
  • Greece Ioannis Kalitzakis
  • Greece Vaios Karagiannis
  • Greece Stelios Manolas
  • Greece Giotis Tsalouchidis
  • Italy Luigi Apolloni
  • Italy Dino Baggio
  • Italy Pierluigi Casiraghi
  • Italy Paolo Maldini
  • Italy Daniele Massaro
  • Italy Giuseppe Signori
  • Morocco Rachid Azzouzi
  • Morocco Abdelmajid Bouyboud
  • Morocco Rachid Daoudi
  • Morocco Abdelkirim El Hadrioui
  • Morocco Tahar El Khalej
  • Morocco El Arbi Hababi
  • Morocco Hassan Nader
  • Morocco Mohammed Samadi
  • Mexico Jorge Campos
  • Mexico Ramón Ramírez
  • Netherlands Frank de Boer
  • Netherlands Dennis Bergkamp
  • Netherlands Wim Jonk
  • Netherlands Ronald Koeman
  • Netherlands Frank Rijkaard
  • Netherlands Stan Valckx
  • Netherlands Ulrich van Gobbel
  • Netherlands Aron Winter
  • Netherlands Rob Witschge
  • Nigeria Mutiu Adepoju
  • Nigeria Emmanuel Amuneke
  • Nigeria Augustine Eguavoen
  • Nigeria Stephen Keshi
  • Nigeria Chidi Nwanu
  • Norway Stig Inge Bjørnebye
  • Norway Erland Johnsen
  • Norway Øyvind Leonhardsen
  • Norway Gøran Sørloth
  • Republic of Ireland Tommy Coyne
  • Republic of Ireland Ray Houghton
  • Republic of Ireland Roy Keane
  • Republic of Ireland Gary Kelly
  • Romania Miodrag Belodedici
  • Romania Ilie Dumitrescu
  • Romania Ioan Lupescu
  • Romania Gheorghe Mihali
  • Romania Basarab Panduru
  • Romania Dan Petrescu
  • Russia Valeri Karpin
  • Russia Dmitri Kharine
  • Russia Dmitri Kuznetsov
  • Saudi Arabia Mohamed Al-Deayea
  • Saudi Arabia Abdullah Al-Dosari
  • Saudi Arabia Mohamed Al-Jawad
  • Saudi Arabia Hamzah Idris
  • Saudi Arabia Talal Jebreen
  • Saudi Arabia Ahmad Jamil Madani
  • South Korea Kim Joo-sung
  • South Korea Ko Jeong-woon
  • South Korea Park Jung-bae
  • South Korea Shin Hong-gi
  • Spain Paco Camarasa
  • Spain Luis Enrique
  • Spain Ion Andoni Goikoetxea
  • Spain Fernando Hierro
  • Spain Jorge Otero
  • Spain Julio Salinas
  • Sweden Tomas Brolin
  • Sweden Klas Ingesson
  • Sweden Håkan Mild
  • Sweden Roland Nilsson
  • Sweden Jonas Thern
  • Switzerland Georges Bregy
  • Switzerland Dominique Herr
  • Switzerland Marc Hottiger
  • Switzerland Adrian Knup
  • Switzerland Marco Pascolo
  • Switzerland Jürg Studer
  • United States Paul Caligiuri
  • United States Thomas Dooley
  • United States Alexi Lalas
  • United States Tab Ramos

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