Euro 2020 finally gets up and running on Friday night.
Turkey vx Italy will get the tournament under way before Wales and England get their campaigns going over the first weekend.
The group stage will run from Friday, June 11 to Wednesday, June 23 with the knockout matches starting the following Saturday.
With games coming thick and fast, players will have to be careful when picking up yellow cards as they could find themselves suspended for the next game if they pick up too many.
The 24 qualified teams will all play three group stage games with the top two progressing while the four best third placed teams will also make it through.
Luckily, yellow cards do reset for the teams who do make it towards the latter stages of the tournament – but how many yellow cards result in a suspension and when do they get whipped out?
How many yellow cards result in a suspension?
According to UEFA’s Article 52, a player is suspended for the next match after picking up two yellow cards in two different matches.
A player will also be suspended if they pick up a fourth caution in four different matches.
A red card results in an automatic one-match suspension at any time throughout the tournament.
When do yellow cards reset?
Single cautions in Euro 2020 will reset on completion of the quarter-finals of the tournament.
The yellow cards will not be carried forward into the semi-finals.
All cautions and pending yellow-card suspensions in Euro 2020 will expire once the tournament is complete.