Chatrooms for football are getting a new rule that will limit their use in online competitions.
This comes into effect from Friday, but is only available to registered clubs.
The changes mean clubs that have a registered member on their football team must also have at least one member who is on their chatroom.
There will also be a limit on the number of members a team can have on the chatroom at any one time.
This will mean that no one can be part of more than two teams at the same time.
There are currently 15 registered teams in the Premier League, with 10 of them having more than 10 members on the site.
This rule change means that if you join one of those 15 teams you will be able to access chatrooms for the other 15.
This is in addition to the rules in place for online matches.
There are no longer any restrictions on who can join your team or chatroom, so you can now play in your favourite games as many times as you like.
So far, the changes mean that, on average, the chatrooms used by players on Premier League teams have been used in the competition a little more than 3,000 times.
The rules also mean that you will have to wait for the team to reach their peak in the league, which can be as much as five weeks.
A new rule for matches has also been introduced.
There is no longer a minimum time limit for each match and each match is allowed to last as long as the number in the current top 10.
There was a limit of 20 minutes for a Premier League game and a maximum of 30 minutes for the FA Cup.
There also was a 15-minute maximum in the League Cup and League Cup semi-finals.
It is worth remembering that the FA have set up a new website where players can upload their videos to the site to help explain the rules.
For more on the new rules, read this.