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The Football Association: Governing body of association football in England
The Football Association is the governing body of association football in England and the Crown Dependencies of Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man. Formed in 1863, it is the oldest football association in the world and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the amateur and professional game in its territory.

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FA rejects Chelsea appeal against James ban

Chelsea have their attempts to overturn Reece James’s three-match ban rejected by the Football Association.
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Nottingham Forest charged by FA over fan behaviour

Nottingham Forest are charged by the Football Association for failing to control their fans during their controversial 1-0 Premier League defeat at home to Liverpool in March.
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Burnley consultant warned over social media conduct

A player care consultant at Burnley has received a formal warning from the Football Association about her conduct on social media.
BBC Sport - Published

Ex-Premier League referee banned over racist comment

A former Premier League referee is banned by the FA for five months after making a racist remark to a black assistant referee coach.
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Paqueta accused of betting market yellow cards

West Ham midfielder Lucas Paqueta is charged by the FA for allegedly getting booked "for the improper purpose of affecting the betting market".
BBC Sport - Published

Paqueta accused of getting booked deliberately

West Ham midfielder Lucas Paqueta is charged by the FA for allegedly getting booked "for the improper purpose of affecting the betting market".
BBC Sport - Published

Paqueta charged by FA over betting breaches

West Ham midfielder Lucas Paqueta is charged by the FA for allegedly getting booked "for the improper purpose of affecting the betting market".
BBC Sport - Published

Premier League star accused of trying to 'affect betting market' by intentionally getting carded

A Premier League star has been charged by the FA for allegedly trying to affect the betting market by intentionally getting carded by referees in several fixtures.
Sky News - Published

FA to phase out heading in grassroots youth games

The Football Association will introduce a new rule to phase out deliberate heading in grassroots youth matches in England.
BBC Sport - Published

Forest charged by FA as Clattenburg leaves club

Nottingham Forest and manager Nuno Espirito Santo are charged with misconduct by the FA as Mark Clattenburg leaves the club.
BBC Sport - Published

'Right decision' for FA to suspend Tonali ban - Howe

Newcastle manager Eddie Howe says he welcomes the Football Association's decision to suspend Sandro Tonaili's two-month ban.
BBC Sport - Published

Tonali given suspended FA ban for betting breaches

Newcastle midfielder Sandro Tonali is given a suspended two-month ban by the Football Association after admitting breaches of betting rules.
BBC Sport - Published

Newcastle midfielder hit with new FA betting ban but decision paves way for return

Newcastle United midfielder Sandro Tonali has been fined £20,000 and handed a suspended two-month ban for breaching the Football Association's (FA) betting rules.
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Day named FA director of women's football

The Football Association (FA) appoint Sue Day as its new director of women’s football, replacing the outgoing Sue Campbell in December 2024.
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'All parties accepted' FA Cup replays should stop

The Football Association defends its decision to scrap FA Cup replays from 2024-25 and says "all parties accepted" they could not continue.
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FA Cup replay changes show 'total lack of respect'

The FA and Premier League are accused of "a total lack of respect for the football pyramid" over changes to FA Cup replays.
BBC Sport - Published

'Hapless' FA criticised by lower-league clubs for scrapping FA Cup replays

Lower-league football clubs have hit out at the FA over its decision to scrap replays in its flagship men's competition.
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O'Neil charged over behaviour towards officials

Wolves manager Gary O'Neil is charged by the Football Association over "improper or threatening" behaviour following the defeat by West Ham.
BBC Sport - Published

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