Since the Spanish top flight championship was established in 1929, the football player who has received the highest number of cards in the history of the competition is Sergio Ramos.
The Andalusian has been booked a record 191 times, playing 508 matches for both Sevilla and Real Madrid in a career that spanned 17 years between 2004 and 2021.
The 35-year-old has received 171 yellow cards and 20 red cards in La Liga, i.e. he is the most sent-off player in the league as well.
For Sevilla, the aggressive tackler received 8 yellow cards in 39 appearances, and with the Los Blancos, he amassed 163 yellow cards and 20 red cards in 469 appearances in his 16-year stay at the club.
The World Cup winner's La Liga record is higher than any other player's in the major leagues in Europe, as well as being the most booked player in all the major European top divisions.
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