Football Association votes for changes that will see boardroom roles reserved for women, following the introduction of a governance code for sport.
The UK's Football Association (FA) has agreed corporate governance reforms, which will ensure that three seats on its board are reserved for women.
Under the chairmanship of Greg Clarke, the FA's board will also be streamlined from 12 to ten members.
Term limits have also been set for board members.
The move comes after sports minister Tracey Crouch introduced a new governance code for sport. Any sport seeking public money for grassroots development must comply with the code.
The FA received £30m from Sport England between 2013 and 2017.
Crouch told the Press Association: “I’m absolutely delighted the FA has understood th
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