A normal squad has eleven field players including the goalkeeper. During a game, the team may nominate up to seven substitutes (though only three may be used during the game), bringing the total to eighteen. The team may have more than this, including reserve players, practice squads, trainers, coaches, doctors, public relations officers, and so on, each of which are part of the team even if they aren't actual players.
11 players on the field at a time. Usually there are many more players off the field (team has a limit of 53 players on its roster, 46 of whom can be dressed for a game).
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