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The Football Association: Governing body of association football in England
The Football Association (FA) 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 launches diversity code to increase BAME and female representation

Football clubs will be required to meet a recruitment diversity target of 15% in new executive jobs and 25% in coaching roles under a voluntary code devised by the Football Association.
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England Women set target of winning major tournament by 2024

The Football Association wants England to win a major tournament within the next four years as part of its growth strategy for women's and girl's football.
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English football needs independent regulator - former FA chairman David Bernstein

English football needs an independent regulator to solve its "crisis", says a group of key figures led by ex-FA chairman David Bernstein.
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Breakaway league was suggested as 'threat' by Project Big Picture, says FA chairman

A breakaway league was suggested "as a threat" by the organisers of Project Big Picture, says Football Association chairman Greg Clarke.
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Abraham, Chilwell & Sancho told to delay England arrival after Chelsea striker's party

Tammy Abraham, Ben Chilwell and Jadon Sancho are told to delay their arrival at England's training camp by the Football Association.
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Review of FA board diversity to take place over next nine months - Paul Elliott

A review of the make-up of the Football Association board will take place over the next nine months, says the chair of the body's inclusion advisory board Paul Elliott.
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FA charges West Brom boss Bilic with 'improper conduct' after red card

West Brom manager Slaven Bilic is charged with "improper conduct" during Saturday's defeat against Everton by the Football Association.
BBC News - Published

Women's FA Cup: Investment shows 'power' of women's football

A new three-year partnership with Vitality for the Women's FA Cup "demonstrates the power of women's football", says the Football Association's Kelly Simmons.
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England: Phil Foden & Mason Greenwood quarantine breach claims investigated by FA

Allegations England's Phil Foden and Mason Greenwood broke quarantine rules in Iceland are being investigated by the FA.
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Harry Maguire Avoids Jail After Guilty Verdict In Greek Court

harry maguire avoids jail after guilty verdict in greek court
England and Manchester United footballer Harry Maguire has been found guilty of aggravated assault, resisting arrest, and attempts of bribery in Greece. Maguire has said in a statement he will launch..
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England women: Netherlands boss Sarina Wiegman is preferred choice to succeed Phil Neville

Netherlands women's manager Sarina Wiegman is the FA's preferred choice to succeed Phil Neville as England's head coach.
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Wiegman preferred choice to replace Neville as England women's boss

Netherlands women's manager Sarina Wiegman is the FA's preferred choice to succeed Phil Neville as England's head coach.
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England women: Phil Neville successor could be appointed next week

Phil Neville's replacement as England women's manager could be announced by the Football Association next week.
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Red cards can now be shown for deliberate coughing in football

Players who cough in the face of other players or match officials can be red-carded, say football's rule-makers and the Football Association.
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Football Association board diversity plans blocked by professional game - Greg Clarke

Football Association chairman Greg Clarke says he is "disappointed" after claiming the professional game representatives on the FA board blocked a move to try to improve the diversity of its members.
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FA board diversity plans blocked by Premier League and EFL - Clarke

FA chairman Greg Clarke says he is "disappointed" after claiming the professional game representatives on the FA board blocked a move to try to improve the diversity of its members.
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England: 142 applications to replace Phil Neville as women's boss

A total of 142 people have applied for the England head coach's job, with more than half meeting the criteria, says Baroness Campbell, the FA's head of women's football.
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FA to make 124 jobs redundant because of coronavirus impact

The Football Association is to make 124 positions redundant because of the impact of the coronavirus pandemic.
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'Disrespectful': FFA boss slams England for voting against Australian World Cup bid

FFA chief executive James Johnson says a decision by the English FA to vote against the trans-Tasman Women's World Cup bid is a sign of disrespect.
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England's vote against Australian World Cup bid slammed by FFA

FFA chief executive James Johnson says a decision by the English FA to vote against the trans-Tasman Women's World Cup bid is a sign of disrespect.
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Guendouzi will not face FA action over Maupay clash

Arsenal's Matteo Guendouzi will face no action from the FA over a clash with Brighton's Neal Maupay after the Gunners' defeat on Saturday.
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Dele Alli banned for Manchester United clash after mocking coronavirus

dele alli banned for manchester united clash after mocking coronavirus
Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Dele Alli will miss the first game against Manchester United following the coronavirus-enforced break after being banned by the Football Association (FA) for a video posted..
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Dele Alli: Tottenham midfielder banned for one match over coronavirus post

Tottenham midfielder Dele Alli has been suspended for one match by the Football Association over a post on social media about coronavirus.
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FA and Premier League clubs must outline 'intentions' for women's football, says shadow sports minister

Shadow sports minister Alison McGovern criticises the decision to abandon the Women's Super League and Women's Championship seasons.
BBC News - Published

Coronavirus: Football Association still aiming to finish Youth Cup

The Football Association are still aiming to complete this season's FA Youth Cup even though the Premier League Under-18 league was called off at the beginning of May.
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FA 'continuing to consult' with WSL clubs over ending season

The Football Association says it is "continuing to consult" with clubs on the "possibility of terminating" the WSL season.
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Ellis should be Neville successor and paid same as Southgate - Aluko

Jill Ellis should be England's prime target to replace Phil Neville but the FA must be prepared to give equal pay, says Eniola Aluko.
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Jill Ellis should be England's main target, says Eniola Aluko

Jill Ellis should be England's prime target to replace Phil Neville but the FA must be prepared to give equal pay, says Eniola Aluko.
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Hard to see fans returning to football matches any time soon - FA chairman

Football Association chairman Greg Clarke has said it is hard to see fans returning to matches "any time soon".
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Dier charged by FA after climbing over seats to confront fan

Tottenham midfielder Eric Dier is charged by the Football Association after he climbed over seats to confront a fan in March.
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FA launches ACL injuries audit in women's football

The FA launches an audit and forms an advisory group to study anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries, to address why the problem is more common in female footballers.
BBC News - Published

Premier League 'could lose £1bn'; while football's 'clubs and leagues in danger'

The Premier League warns of a potential £1bn loss - while FA chairman says the wider English game faces "the danger of losing clubs and leagues".
BBC News - Published

FA chairman Greg Clarke: English football could 'lose clubs and leagues'

English football faces "the danger of losing clubs and leagues" amid economic challenges "beyond the wildest imagination", says FA chairman Greg Clarke.
BBC News - Published

England managers Gareth Southgate and Phil Neville to take 30% pay cut

England men's manager Gareth Southgate and women's boss Phil Neville are to take a 30% pay cut to their salaries as two of the FA's highest earning employees.
BBC News - Published

England boss Southgate to take 30% pay cut

England manager Gareth Southgate will take a 30% pay cut as one of the Football Association's highest earning employees.
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Why Premier League clubs are facing major financial concerns amid the coronavirus crisis

why premier league clubs are facing major financial concerns amid the coronavirus crisis
The financial hit that Premier League clubs and the FA could take during the coronavirus crisis are raising fears with fixtures remaining suspended. SEE MORE:�‘Absolute class’ and ‘what a..
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Sixty-six non-league clubs send open letter to FA over expunging season

Sixty-six non-league clubs send an open letter to the Football Association, "urgently" calling for it to reconsider expunging their seasons.
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Coronavirus: FA wants Women's Super League season completed by August

The Football Association remains determined to complete the Women's Super League season - but wants it completed by early August.
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Coronavirus: FA contacts England women over virus scare

The Football Association contacts the England women's team and management after two members of staff went into self-isolation.
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SheBelieves Cup: England v Spain - I'll know when it's right to go, says Phil Neville

England manager Phil Neville says he "will know if it is the time to go" but insists he has the backing of the Football Association.
BBC News - Published

Ancelotti escapes FA ban after angry confrontation with referee

ancelotti escapes fa ban after angry confrontation with referee
Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has avoided a touchline ban from the Football Association (FA) for angrily remonstrating with a referee on the pitch following the 1-1 draw with Manchester United. Chris..
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Eric Dier to be investigated by FA after altercation with Tottenham fans in stands

eric dier to be investigated by fa after altercation with tottenham fans in stands
Eric Dier’s altercation with a supporter following Tottenham Hotspur’s FA Cup defeat to Norwich is being investigated by the Football Association. It is understood the England midfielder’s..
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Carlo Ancelotti: Everton manager charged with misconduct by the FA

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti has been charged with misconduct by the FA after being sent off following the draw with Manchester United.
BBC News - Published

Joey Barton: Fleetwood Town boss charged by FA over alleged improper language

Fleetwood Town boss Joey Barton is charged by the FA for allegedly using improper language towards a match official.
BBC News - Published

Man Utd charged by FA for confronting referee at Liverpool

Manchester United are charged by the FA for failing "to ensure its players conducted themselves in an orderly fashion" during Sunday's defeat at Liverpool.
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Racism in football: Government must work with us on problem, says FA's Paul Elliott

The Football Association's Paul Elliott calls for the government to work alongside the sport's governing bodies to combat racism.
BBC News - Published

Tom Pope: FA investigates tweet sent by Port Vale forward

The FA is investigating a tweet sent by Port Vale striker Tom Pope in the early hours of Sunday morning.
BBC News - Published

Andros Townsend on gambling addiction and losing £46,000 in one night

Andros Townsend says he lost £46,000 in one night but being charged by the FA for betting "probably saved me as a human being".
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Kick It Out asks FA to investigate alleged homophobic chanting by West Ham fans

Kick It Out calls on the Football Association to investigate alleged homophobic chanting by West Ham fans at Chelsea on Saturday.
BBC News - Published

Women's Super League salary cap: FA open to changes to 'attract world-class talent'

The FA will consider raising the Women's Super League's salary cap if it is restricting clubs.
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