We need to be competitive in the league but we need to keep people on the field of play.
What does FOP stand for?
FOP stands for Field of Play
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We have 134 other meanings of FOP in our Acronym Attic
- Factors of Production
- Factory Order Processing
- Fairly Oddparents (cartoon)
- Feature Oriented Programming
- Federal Operating Permit (various locations)
- Fédération Française des Producteurs d'Oléagineux et de Protéagineux (French)
- Federation of Planets (Star Trek)
- Fibre Optic Patch
- Fibrodisplasia Osificante Progresiva (Spanish: Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva)
- Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva
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But it does kind of give anyone who can claim tourist status carte blanche to have fun hurling things on to the field of play - so excuse me while I book a flight to Paris for the next France home game (by the way do snails need individual tickets for the flight?
The groundsman responsible for the maintenance of the field of play must also be a registered member of the IOG.
The field of play has been laid with first-class A-1 certified tracks, new seats installed, all lights are in place, and the 160-metre long tunnel beneath the field of play is ready.
One law that exasperates everyone is the one that states players must leave the field of play when injured.
But the disciplinary committee is also investigating an allegation that the player re-entered the field of play and acted in an improper manner towards the official.
On the field of play Pat (Fenlon) may have the players who can do it but off the field of play most of the clubs that I'm aware of are not set up to deal with football at that level.
Why did Novo not get booked for leaving the field of play or for throwing the ball away?
The other offensive players must look to pass the ball quickly as the "shutoff" player (re)enters the field of play.