Liverpool have won the Fair Play award for the 2016/17 Premier League season, but where did your side finish?
Liverpool picked up 54 bookings and went the entire season without receiving a red card, finishing above Swansea in the FA Fair Play table.
Bournemouth were next, picking up 52 bookings and three reds, ahead of Tottenham and Southampton.
Watford had the worst disciplinary record, with 84 yellows and five reds, followed by Sunderland, West Ham and Manchester United.
Liverpool have announced that season ticket holders aged between 17 and 21 will share a £20,000 prize fund for topping the Fair Play table.
It is thought the money will shave £75 off the season ticket price for around 260 of Liverpool's younger fans.
Previously, topping this table would earn the club a Europa League spot, but that particular ruling was scrapped in 2015, and prize money is now given to be spent on 'Fair Play or Respect-themed' projects.
Liverpool also won the award in 2015, and shared that prize money between 300 young fans by again offering them a discount on season tickets.
The FA's Fair Play table is calculated by a points system:
- Caution - 4 points
- Denial of a goalscoring opportunity or dismissal for two cautions - 10 points
- Violent conduct, serious foul play, spitting or offensive and abusive language - 12 points
Premier League Fair Play table
|9. Stoke City||70||2||302|
|10. Crystal Palace||77||0||308|
|13. Hull City||67||5||310|
|15. West Brom||80||0||320|
|16. Man City||71||4||332|
|17. Man Utd||78||2||334|
|18. West Ham||78||5||352|