Top 50 teams ranked by most red cards in European football leagues (Season 2019/20) – 23.09.2020

Top 50 teams ranked by most red cards

in European football leagues (Season 2019/20)

 

  • Date: 23.09.2020
  • Euro Football Rumours
  • Top 50 teams ranked by most red cards in European football leagues (Season 2019/20)

 

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Which team finished the season as the top ranked by most red cards in European football leagues?

 

It’s easy to count red cards, but which teams are really the worst in this category?

There are thousands of relevant statistics that we could take away from the season, and some would argue that the most important statistic is the one that tells us who’s at the top of the league.

But today we are looking at the top 50 teams ranked by most red cards in European football leagues. Which team have made the most red cards? And how many? Let’s see.

 

Team RC
1. Monaco 10
2. Genoa 10
3. Real Betis 9
4. Espanyol 9
5. Valencia 8
6. Deportivo Alaves 7
7. Bologna 7
8. Torino 7
9. Inter 7
10. Verona 7
11. Roma 7
12. Sampdoria 7
13. Nice 7
14. Getafe 7
15. Bayer Leverkusen 6
16. Celta Vigo 6
17. Barcelona 6
18. Fiorentina 6
19. Cagliari 6
20. AC Milan 6
21. Osasuna 6
22. Brescia 6
23. Nimes 6
24. Arsenal 5
25. Mallorca 5
26. Lecce 5
27. Toulouse 5
28. Montpellier 5
29. Union Berlin 5
30. Levante 5
31. Reims 5
32. Southampton 4
33. Wolfsburg 4
34. Werder Bremen 4
35. Eintracht Frankfurt 4
36. Hertha Berlin 4
37. Real Madrid 4
38. Amiens 4
39. Manchester City 4
40. Lyon 4
41. FC Koln 4
42. Metz 4
43. Leganes 4
44. SPAL 2013 4
45. Leicester 3
46. Newcastle United 3
47. Watford 3
48. Tottenham 3
49. Everton 3
50. Bayern Munich 3

 

RC = Red Cards

* A list of the top 50 teams ranked by most red cards in European football leagues (Season 2019/20).

 

TOP FOOTBALL TRANSFERS 2018-2019

 

Credits (SL Bilten 21/20, p.13)

 
 

Site expert for statistical analysis and avid fan of all European football. Nikola Horvat has written for various Italian football portals and now he writes for Euro Football Rumours. He is a sports and travel aficionado and has lived in three continents – North America, South America and Europe. The languages that Nikola knows are Croatian, Serbian, Slovenian, Italian, English, and Spanish.

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