A Quiet Word:
Lobbying, Crony Capitalism
and Broken Politics in Britain

The Football Association, also known simply as The FA, is the governing body of football in England, and the Crown dependencies of Jersey, Guernsey and the Isle of Man. Formed in 1863, it is the oldest football association in the world and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the amateur and professional game in its territory. [1]
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December 2012

  • Heather Rabbatts CBE, first female NonExecutive Director of the Football Association gave evidence related to Minutes of EvidenceHC 342 on 4 Dec. [11]

October 2011

March 2011

  • Ms Kelly Simmons, Head of national game, the Football Association gave evidence related to Football Governance on 29 Mar. [13]
  • Mr Roger Burden, Chairman, national game board, the Football Association gave evidence related to Football Governance on 29 Mar. [13]
  • Mr Alex Horne, General Secretary, the Football Association gave evidence related to Football Governance on 29 Mar. [13]
  • Mr David Bernstein, Chairman, the Football Association gave evidence related to Football Governance on 29 Mar. [13]

February 2011

  • Lord Triesman, former Chairman of the Football Association gave evidence related to Football Governance on 8 Feb. [14]
  • Graham Kelly, former Chief Executive of the Football Association gave evidence related to Football Governance on 8 Feb. [14]

Dec 2011 - Feb 2012

Jun 2011 - Aug 2011

Sep 2010 - Nov 2010

September 2011

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport

August 2011

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The FA met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, to discuss football governance and participation . [2]

June 2011

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • Football Association (FA) met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, to discuss Football Governance. [3]

March 2011

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The FA met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, to discuss football governance. [4]

February 2011

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The FA met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, to discuss the National Football Centre. [4]

January 2011

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The FA met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, for introductory meeting to Chair. [4]

December 2010

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The Football Association met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, for catch-up meeting. [5]

November 2010

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The Football Association met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, for catch-up meeting. [5]

July 2010

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The Football Association met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, to discuss 2018 England bid. [6]

May 2010

Dept. for Culture, Media and Sport
  • The Football Association met with Hugh Robertson, Minister for Sport and the Olympics, to discuss to catch-up on current football issues. [6]

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