After it invention in the year 1970 FIFA World Cup in Mexico and since then it has become an integral part of footballing activities till today.
Ken Aston was the man behind the Introductions of the red cards but passed on 23rd of October, 2001 at the ahead 86. The red cards main usefulness was to serve a punishment for any unlawful football act done in the football game which require the player to exit the match field and serve a straight 3 matches ban.
The English Premier League indulged the use of red cards and yellow cards into the footballing system In the year 1992 and since then many club have and players have receive there matching order on several occasions which has home down in history.
After the introduction of red cards into English Football, David Wagstaffe of Blackburn Rovers was the first player to be apprehend and receive his matching order for a deadly foul and argument with the referee after 36min of the game.
Over 100 of clubs in the history of the Premier League have been rewarded a red card for a rough act which go against the football standards on the field where 10 clubs stays top of the ranking with the most red card in the Premier League history.
Arsenal lead the ranking with 100 red card received in the English top flight for committing unnecessary fouls after being known for playing the softest football in the Premier League.
The gunners reach the milestone in a latest match against Manchester City, when Gabriel Magaihaes was shown a second yellow card leading to a red card for a foul against Gabriel Jesus, while the match ended in a 2-1 loss for the Arsenal team.
Everton FC followed the Arsenal team on a 99 red cards receive in the premier league history. They are the club with the second largest red card receive in the PL history of football.
Newcastle United followed Everton as the third club in the premier league history with 90 red card receive, likewise Chelsea holds the forth position with 82 red cards in the PL history with there latest red card coming from the match against Liverpool which ended in a 1-1 draw as Reece James was shown his matching order for a handball at the inside the box.
We have the likes of West Ham with 77 red cards, Blackburn Rovers with 76, Manchester City with 72, Tottenham with 69, Manchester United with 68 and lastly Southampton with 63 red cards.
Southampton round up the top 10 most English club with the highest red card in Premier League history. While we have many others club in the top 100 of the club with the most red card in football history.