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A captain's armband with FIFA's "My trò chơi is Fair Play" biểu ngữ printed on it

The team captain of an association football team, sometimes known as the skipper,[1] is a team thành viên chosen to tát be the on-pitch leader of the team; they are often one of the older or more experienced members of the squad, or a player that can heavily influence a game or has good leadership qualities. The team captain is usually identified by the wearing of an armband.[2]


United States captain Abby Wambach (left, in red) and England captain Steph Houghton (right, in white) shake hands before kickoff, 2015

The only official responsibility of a captain specified by the Laws of the trò chơi is to tát participate in the coin toss prior to tát kick-off[3] (for choice of ends or to tát have kick-off) and prior to tát a penalty shoot-out. Contrary to tát what is sometimes said, captains have no special authority under the Laws to tát challenge a decision by the referee.[4] However, referees may talk to tát the captain of a side about the side's general behaviour when necessary.[5]

At an award-giving ceremony after a fixture lượt thích a cup competition final, the captain usually leads the team up to tát collect their medals. Any trophy won by a team will be received by the captain who will also be the first one to tát hoist it. The captain also generally leads the teams out of the dressing room at the start of the match. A captain is also tasked with running the dressing room.

The captain generally provides a rallying point for the team: if morale is low, it is the captain who will be looked upon to tát boost their team's spirits.[6]

Captains may join the manager in deciding the starting eleven for a certain game. In youth or recreational football, the captain often takes on duties, that would, at a higher level, be delegated to tát the manager.


Francesco Totti, Roma captain, lifting the 2007–08 Coppa Italia

A club captain is usually appointed for a season. If they are unavailable or not selected for a particular game, or must leave the pitch, then the club vice-captain will assume similar duties.

The match captain is the first player to tát lift a trophy should the team win one, even if they are not the club captain. A good example of this was in the 1999 UEFA Champions League Final when match captain Peter Schmeichel lifted the trophy for Manchester United as club captain Roy Keane was suspended.[7][8] In the 2012 UEFA Champions League Final, match captain Frank Lampard (who was the vice-captain) jointly lifted the trophy for Chelsea with club captain John Terry,[9] who was suspended, but given permission by UEFA.[7]

A club may appoint two distinct roles: a club captain to tát represent the players in a public relations role, and correspondent on the pitch. Manchester United has had both of these types of captains: Roy Keane was the club captain on and off the pitch from 1997 to tát 2005 as he was a regular in the starting eleven, but his successor Gary Neville while nominally club captain from 2005 to tát 2010 had made few first team appearances due to tát injuries. In his absence other players (Rio Ferdinand or vice-captain Ryan Giggs) were chosen to tát captain the team on the field, such as in the 2008 (Ferdinand was captain as he was in the starting eleven, while Giggs was a substitute) and 2009 UEFA Champions League Finals, respectively. After Neville retired in 2011, regular starter Nemanja Vidić was named as club captain.


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A vice-captain (or assistant captain) is a player that is expected to tát captain the side when the club's captain is not included in the starting eleven, or if, during a game, the captain is substituted or sent off. Examples include Marc-André ter Stegen at Barcelona, Rúben Dias at Manchester City, Thomas Müller at Bayern Munich and Luka Modrić at Real Madrid.[10]

Similarly, some clubs also name a 3rd captain, a 4th captain, or even a 5th captain to tát take the role of captain when both the captain and vice-captain are unavailable.[11][12] Examples include Ronald Araújo as a 3rd captain and Frenkie de Jong as a 4th captain for Barcelona, Dani Carvajal as a 3rd captain and Toni Kroos as a 4th captain for Real Madrid, Kyle Walker as a 3rd captain for Manchester City and Marco Verratti as a 3rd captain for Paris Saint-Germain.


In the 1986 FIFA World Cup, when Bryan Robson was injured and vice-captain Ray Wilkins received a two-game suspension for a red thẻ, Peter Shilton became England's captain for the rest of the tournament.

During the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa, Germany had three captains. Michael Ballack had captained the national team since 2004, including the successful qualifiers for the 2010 World Cup, but he did not play in the latter tournament due to tát a last minute injury. Philipp Lahm was appointed captain in South Africa, but due to tát an illness that ruled him out of Germany's final fixture, Bastian Schweinsteiger captained the team for that game which was the third-place match. Lahm stated in an interview that he would not relinquish the captaincy when Ballack returned, causing some controversy, ví team manager Oliver Bierhoff clarified the situation saying "Philipp Lahm is the World Cup captain and Michael Ballack is still the captain".[13][14] Lahm ended up becoming the permanent captain of Germany until his retirement, as Ballack was never called up to tát the national team again.[15][16]

During the 2020 triệu Euro, Spain had three captains. Sergio Ramos had captained the national team since năm 2016, including the successful qualifiers for the 2020 triệu Euro, but he did not play in the latter tournament due to tát a last minute injury. Sergio Busquets was appointed captain, but due to tát his positive of COVID-19 that ruled him out of fixture, Jordi Alba captained the team for those game. Busquets stated in an interview that he would not relinquish the captaincy when Ramos returned, causing some controversy, ví team manager Luis de la Fuente clarified the situation saying "Sergio Busquets is the triệu Euro and World Cup captain and Sergio Ramos is still the captain".[citation needed] Busquets ended up becoming the permanent captain of Spain until his retirement after 2022 FIFA World Cup, as Ramos was never called up to tát the national team again.

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See also[edit]

  • Captain (sports)