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 to give you the chance to vote on the most memorable...
When the Bolton Wanderers and former England Under-21s captain Fabrice Muamba suffered a cardiac arrest during a game at White Hart Lane, the Tottenham Hotspur supporters soon appreciated the gravity of the situation.
It was 17 March 2012 and The FA Cup Sixth Round tie was 41 minutes old when the Congo-born midfielder collapsed on the pitch.
The medical teams of both clubs, as well as the paramedics, were swift to react, which played a major part in saving the player's life.
Both on the night and in the subsequent meetings between the two clubs, the Spurs fans offered Muamba and those treating him considerable sympathy and support.
This generosity of spirit was replicated by other fans up and down the country laying aside club rivalries to express support for, and then celebrate the recovery of, a young man who at just 24 years old was forced to retire from the game.
"All I can say is thanks to the Tottenham fans the way they reacted," said Muamba on his return to White Hart Lane in November last year.
"There are people out there who prayed for me. I want to thank the chairman, and to all the Spurs fans. I am grateful to them. They are awesome fans."
In this anniversary 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...