Cards will be issued in the FA Cup, Football League, EFL Cup, EFL Trophy and National League.
Managers in English football will be shown yellow and red cards for misconduct in the technical area during competitive fixtures in the upcoming season, the Football Association (FA) announced on Tuesday.
In the English Premier League, however, the managers will receive verbal warnings, not cards, for misconduct. A three-match ban will be handed out for 12 warnings, and 16 warnings will prompt an FA disciplinary hearing.
The FA Cup final is exempt from automatic suspensions.
EFL chief executive Shaun Harvey said: 'There has always been a disciplinary procedure in place to deal with behaviour on benches but unless you are the manager who has been spoken to by the referee or the referee, it has never been clear what was going on.
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"If the behaviour continues in a manner that he doesn't feel appropriate - effectively like a totting up of a number of fouls - then there's the opportunity for a second yellow card to be issued at which stage the manager leaves the bench area".
Previously, match officials only had the power to warn officials before sending them to the stands for more serious incidents.
"We thought it should add to the clarity and hopefully better behaviour in the technical areas", said Harvey.
In addition, the 2018-19 season will see the introduction of competition specific player suspensions for yellow cards.
"This is not about creating a drama". Harvey believes making managers responsible for the behaviour of their staff will stop pre-planned attempts to harangue officials.
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