It's The FA's 150th Anniversary this year and we're looking back at some moments of fair play and respect in the beautiful game and give you the chance to vote on the most memorable...
In August 1972 Crystal Palace hosted Nottingham Forest and, in a delicately poised match, the home side were awarded a goal by the referee when the ball appeared to enter the net.
As Palace's players and fans celebrated, there was confusion in and around the goal area. Forest’s men protested to the official, feeling that the ball had only hit the side-netting.
The referee, uncertain after seeing the ball bounce out of the goal, approached Steve Kember, the Crystal Palace captain that day, and asked him his opinion.
Kember, who would later go on to become manager of the Selhurst Park outfit, told the referee that, in his opinion, a goal had not been scored and that it should be chalked off. The game ended up 1-1.
Such a show of honesty and sportsmanship was appreciated by the opposition, officials and The FA.
In this annivesary year we mark The FA's fourth annual Respect and Fair Play Awards, which celebrate individuals, clubs, leagues and organisations at all levels of football that have committed themselves to seeing the game played in a fair, safe and enjoyable way.
This year's awards will be presented at The FA Cup with Budweiser Final at Wembley Stadium on Saturday 11 May.
To find out more about the Awards click here or vote for your gesture of Respect in the poll below...