The FA have set a date for the start of their hearing over John Terry’s alleged racist comments against Anton Ferdinand, according to The Daily Mail.
The Chelsea and England defender was accused by the QPR man of using inflammatory and racist language in a Premier League fixture at Loftus Road last season.
The police took action against the Stamford Bridge skipper, but Terry was acquitted of all charges in July after a court case.
Despite this, the governing body of the game in England is set to look into the incident in further detail to determine if Terry should face disciplinary action.
The Mail stated that the proceedings against Terry will commence on September 24.