Event Sanctioning

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Six-a-side and other contests of this nature are absolutly prohibited without the sanction of the County Association. Sanction must also be obtained for the playing of Benefit matches, making collections on grounds and presentation to players.

Tournaments

Sanction must be obtained for the playing of tournaments and there is a special sanctioning Form D for tournaments . A £22 sanctioning fee applies for the event, which needs to be submitted to Cornwall FA together with a completed Form D, two copies of the rules, and evidence that ALL participants are covered by Public Liability and Personal Accident Insurance. Particular care needs to be taken when participants are not members of affiliated clubs.

Benefit matches

Sanction must be obtained for the playing of Benefit matches, making collections on grounds and presentation to players. A £20 sanctioning fee applies for the event, which needs to be submitted to Cornwall FA together with a completed Form E two copies of the rules, and evidence that ALL participants are covered by Public Liability and Personal Accident Insurance. Particular care needs to be taken when participants are not members of affiliated clubs.

In the event of permission being granted, a balance sheet certified by a qualified accountant together with the vouchers must be sent to the Chief Executive within 14 days after playing such match.

If you need copies of the relevant sanctioning forms please contact a member of the Governance team on 01208 269010

Timing

No 11-a-side football can take place in the Close Season from 1st June until 30th June inclusive each year. This also applies for 11-a-side charity matches, tournaments and friendlies. 

 

The FA Discipline Handbook 2013-2014
 
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