Below is a short guide to Misconduct Chargers, with all the documents you need attached.

A misconduct charge will be issued where an incident is reported which does not fall under standard dismissal offences or is a serious offence. A discipline commission will convene to consider all Misconduct Cases, whether the response to the charge is accepted or denied.

A player can be charged with misconduct following being sent off from the field of play. For example, a player is sent off for violent conduct (will receive the standard three match ban), and before leaving the field of play used abusive/insulting comments towards a match official. The latter would be dealt with as misconduct and subsequently the player will have a second charge that they need to respond to, having the options to accept or deny the charge.

A club, league, or any participant in football can be charged with misconduct (for example, manager, coach, physio, club secretary, chairperson or spectator).

 *See attached documents for more information on Misconduct Chargers and the necessary forms*

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