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...
It was Goodison Park, December 2000. A Premier League game between Everton and West Ham United was poised at 1-1 as the Hammers attacked, seeking the winner.
Toffees goalkeeper Paul Gerrard came sliding out of his box to avert danger, but he stayed on the ground, injured.
With him out of position, Hammers winger Trevor Sinclair swung in a cross bound for Paolo Di Canio on the edge of the 18 yard box.
But instead of gobbling up what would have been a glorious opportunity to clinch victory, he shunned the chance and caught the ball instead to allow Gerrard to receive treatment.
FIFA and the Premier League both awarded the Italian with a fair play honours for his sporting gesture.
Gerrard also presented Di Canio with a special framed photograph to say thank you for his unselfish act. A truly memorable moment of fair play in football.
“It was sportsmanship of the highest merit," said Hammers boss Harry Redknapp. "Paolo thought the goalkeeper might have a broken leg and refused to take advantage.”
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...