Anti-doping

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Anti-Doping Regulations 2021

New FA Anti-Doping Regulations – effective date 1 January 2021

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The FA Anti-Doping Regulations

The FA has in place a set of Anti-Doping Regulations that all Players and other Participants must abide by

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Anti-Doping Rule Violations (ADRVs)

Breaching The FA Anti-Doping Regulations can result in a ban from all sport

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The Prohibited List

All banned substances and methods in football are outlined in the Prohibited List

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Checking Medications

Players must check to make sure medication doesn't contain any banned substances

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Applying for a Therapeutic Use Exemption (TUE)

Apply for a TUE to use a prohibited substance/method for legitimate medical conditions

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Taking Nutritional Supplements

Players should assess the need, risks and consequences before taking any supplement

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The Drug Testing Process

Tests can occur at any time or location - such as post match, after training, or at home

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Protect Your Sport

Speak out if you feel there's something wrong - no matter how small

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Social Drugs Regulations

Social drugs are banned at all times by The FA and breaches may result in suspension

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Further Information and Contacts

Please do not hesitate to ask any questions about Anti-Doping Rules

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