Fairplay League 2014/15
Fairplay measures Player, Supporter and Team Official behaviour as perceived and marked by the opposition. 6,600 ratings were received by the League during the season and based on this data we are pleased to announce the season 2014/ 2015 age group leaders : -
The aim is to give young players, managers and parents/supporters a goal to aim for during the season. The ethos behind the scheme is to encourage fair play throughout the age groups. Encouraging young sports people to behave in a sportsman like manner and play fairly is a step towards these players growing in maturity and showing good sportsmanship in the future. The increased pressures of the professional game do not always set the best examples, and we need to show, through the Fairplay League, how the game should be played and what behaviour is expected.
At the end of the season after all results have been tabulated, the winners of each age group will receive a certificate honouring their achievement.
In 2015 we introduced a 30 day rolling period to submit fairplay scores. You'll be able to submit Fairplay scores for 2015 games up to 30 days after the match date. As the end of the season approached, in May 2015 this was reduced, and at noon on11th June 2015 the season's Fairplay tables were calculated. It has not possible to accept any late ratings to be submitted since..
Unreported games eventually lead to your club appearing low down the FairPlay tables so its important to make submissions within the time given. Submit 2014/15 Fairplay scores by clicking here.
To submit scores for your team you will need to register for an account if you don't have one already.
Club Secretaries can change the teams which club members' accounts are linked to for Fairplay reporting purposes.
Non-submission of Fairplay reports
Unreported games eventually lead to your club appearing low down the FairPlay tables. For a brief reminder of how your team and opponent is scored if you you have not submitted a fairplay report : -