Rules and Regulations
SINE DIE SUSPENSIONS
A player is placed under Sine Die suspension when they owe money to either the Hampshire FA or to a League or Club that has used the Debt Recovery Scheme.
Before signing a player it is essential that you check to ensure that they are not under any form of suspension. A player under Sine Die suspension is prevented from taking part in any form of football activity.
Any player under Sine Die suspension can have their suspension lifted immediately on payment of the outstanding debt.
club report form
If you witness misconduct at a football game in the county and would like to report it to the Hampshire FA, please contact the Discipline department at Hampshire FA who will provide you with the form to complete and return the Club Report Form. Please provide as much detail as you can in the report. This detail helps us to better investigate poor behaviour reported in Hampshire's football community.
FA PITCH & GOALPOST DIMENSIONS
We often receive questions about the pitch and goalpost sizes recommended for specific age groups in football. Download the handy FA guide below for information on the following formats:
- Mini Soccer (5v5 & 7v7)
- 9v9 Football
- Youth Football
- Adult Football
- Football Pyramid (Steps 1-7)
FIFA Regulations require National Associations to issue an International Registration Transfer Certificate for any player over the age of 12 who is moving from one National Association to another including across UK borders.
playing against foreign clubs
Every year Clubs go on tours across the World, experiencing different cultures and playing against new teams. Prior to going on such a tour a Club should gain permission from the FA to play against foreign opposition.download playing against foreign clubs application form