Rules & Documents
Resources for Cups & Competitions
Whether you're a player, coach, manager or referee, you can find all of the resources you need to participate in Middlesex FA Cups & Competitions here.
Please note, this season all documents are shared online, no physical copy of these documents will be printed.
MIDDLESEX FA CUP COMPETITIONS
This refers to Adult, Youth and Girls Competitions for the season 2022/2023.
Middlesex FA have provided a Club Guidance of Rules which will assist clubs pre, during and post County Cup fixtures. These Guidance Notes should be read in conjunction with the relevant rule book (above) and have been prepared to help Clubs with their understanding of the rules.
CAPITAL WOMEN’S CUP
This refers to the Women’s Competitions jointly run by Middlesex FA, London FA, Amateur FA and Surrey FA.
County Cup Referees
Frequently asked questions about Cups and Competitions
Due to The FA’s guidance, no physical exchange of Team Sheets will occur. Therefore this has been taken online. Please complete the Editable PDF found above following the instructions listed on the form.
All completed Team Sheets post-match need to be immediately emailed to email@example.com, failure to do so may result in a fine.
Each Team Manager should receive a SMS from FullTime to report the results. Results must be text immediately after a game has finished. If you did not receive this, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
If you have not heard from the opposition within the time limit detailed in the Cup Rules, please email email@example.com.
Please confirm with the home team, and if showing incorrectly, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to update FullTime.
If the referee communicates directly to the club that he/she cannot fulfil the appointment, the club should communicate this to email@example.com as soon as possible who will work to ensure the official is replaced.
If your club cannot fulfil a fixture, please email firstname.lastname@example.org immediately. If you do not contact (and receive confirmation) from Middlesex FA about your inability to fulfil the fixture, a fine will normally be incurred (further details in the Rule Book).
The costs of the official(s) are shared between the two clubs (unless otherwise stated in the rules). Officials should be paid (in cash) before the game starts.