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Morley wrote to Bell’s Life, a popular newspaper, suggesting that football should have a set of rules in the same way that the MCC had them for cricket.

Civil Service FC are also celebrating their 150th anniversary in 2013.

**This club has no connection with the present Championship club. (There was an annual subscription of a guinea and alterations to rules or laws were to be advertised in sporting papers.) A useful discussion on drafting the laws took place at the third.

Its membership was small and its authority and laws were often challenged and sometimes ignored.

But its motives and ambitions were so honourably based that, like growing ripples on a still pond, its standing grew perceptibly.

‘England’ won this unofficial international 1-0 and all the players, English and Scottish, lived in London.

The Scottish FA hadn’t yet been formed but the Queen’s Park club agreed to organise the first official international between England and Scotland.A 4,000 crowd, including a good number of ladies, was present for a 0-0 draw that Bell’s Life saw as “one of the jolliest, one of the most spirited and most pleasant matches that have ever been played according to Association rules”.County and District Associations, charged with fostering the game and organising clubs in their own areas, sprang into life all over the country between 18.The clubs represented were: Barnes, War Office*, Crusaders, Forest (Leytonstone), No Names (Kilburn), Crystal Palace**, Blackheath, Kensington School, Perceval House (Blackheath), Surbiton, Blackheath Proprietory School and Charterhouse.*Civil Service FC, who now play in the Southern Amateur League’s Senior Division One, are the only surviving club of the eleven who signed up to be FA members at that first meeting in 1863, when they were listed as the War Office.The sticking point was ‘hacking’, or kicking an opponent on the leg, which Blackheath FC wanted to keep.

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