It's The FA's 150th Anniversary this year and over the coming weeks we'll be 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...
The Munich Air Disaster is one of English football’s saddest events, but prompted a response that demonstrated the game’s incredible ability to come together as one when times are bad.
It is 55 years ago since Manchester United suffered their greatest tragedy, as the plane taking the team home from a European Cup match crashed in Munich.
The 'Busby Babes', as they were known to fans of football everywhere, played their final game a day earlier defeating Red Star Belgrade 5-4 on aggregate on 5 February, to reach the last four.
Among the 23 who passed away were eight United players. England internationals Roger Byrne, Tommy Taylor and David Pegg along with Eddie Colman, Mark Jones, Bill Whelan and Geoff Bent died in the crash. Another England star, Duncan Edwards, died later in a German hospital.
United coach Bert Whalley, trainer Tom Curry and club secretary Walter Crickmer were also killed along with eight journalists, including former England and Manchester City ‘keeper Frank Swift.
But United, despite their devastating losses, completed their season amidst reports that they may fold. On 19 February they were back playing in an FA Cup Fifth Round game against Sheffield Wednesday.
Non-League club Bishop Auckland loaned three players to United, whilst rivals Liverpool offered the pick of any reserve players and other help in any way they could, insisting that they would offer to pay the wages of any loaned players.
Nottingham Forest also made it clear that they would supply players to help out. In addition, Real Madrid actually offered their European Cup that season to United, and when this offer was politely refused the Spanish side dedicated their victory to the men who fell that night.
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...