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Fair Play or Fairplay usually refers to Sportsmanship.
It may also refer to:
- Fair and unfair play, in cricket
- The Fair Play for Cuba Committee, an activist group in the United States early in 1960
- Fairplay Index, a ranking system used by the Super League and Rugby League Championship rugby league competitions to determine the fairest team
- Fair Play Men, squatters who established their own system of self-rule from 1773 to 1785 in what became Pennsylvania
- FIFA Fair Play Trophy, the award given to the team with the cleanest disciplinary record during the finals of the FIFA World Cup
- FIFA Fair Play Award - not to be confused with the above, a formal recognition of good sportsmanship in football (soccer) in general
- FIFA Fair Play campaign, a campaign which aims to increase sportsmanship as well as prevent discrimination in the game of football.
- UEFA Fair Play ranking, a ranking system used by Union of European Football Associations
- Place names
In the United States:
- Fair Play, California
- Fair Play AVA, California wine region in El Dorado County
- Fair Play, Missouri
- Fair Play, South Carolina
- Fair Play, Wisconsin
- Fairplay, Colorado
- Fairplay, Kentucky
- Fairplay, Maryland
- Fair Play (film), a French film by Lionel Bailliu released in 2005
- Fairplay (magazine), a weekly shipping news magazine
- Fair Play (novel), English title of Finnish author Tove Jansson's novel Rent spel
- Other uses
- FairPlay, a Digital Rights Management (DRM) system from Apple Inc.
- Fair Play (horse), American Hall of Fame Thoroughbred racehorse
- Fair Play Scoreboards, a scoreboard company that manufactures electronic displays, video boards, and scoreboards
- Jon Dalton, also known as Jonny Fairplay, a participant on the reality TV show Survivor: Pearl Islands
- Chwarae Teg, Welsh for Fair Play and a charity organisation in Wales
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