Scottish Labour MSP Graeme Pearson said the SFA submission was "patronising and evasive" and asked how the SFA should take control of the problems.
Mr Broadfoot replied that a set of "unacceptable behaviours" should be agreed upon by everybody and a "single code of conduct" created.
Justice Committee convener Christine Grahame said the committee should write a "strongly worded letter" requesting the Lord Advocate's office provide the guidelines for what is construed as offensive behaviour as quickly as possible and the committee agreed to this.
However, the guidelines were later delivered by the Lord Advocate's office before the end of the committee.
The bill, due to go before the Scottish Parliament, proposes jail terms of up to five years for those convicted of carrying out offensive behaviour in and around football grounds or making threatening communications.
Football banning orders will also be assessed.
The timetable for the new bill was delayed by six months amid concerns that it was being rushed through parliament.
The committee also took evidence from Andy Niven from the SFA; Ch Supt David O'Connor from the Association of Scottish Police Superintendents and temporary Supt David Marshall from British Transport Police.
In the second part of the committee, a leading historian Professor Tom Devine, representatives from the Catholic Church and the Church of Scotland, as well as SACRO and Children in Scotland and Professor Kay Goodall from Stirling University gave evidence and you can watch that below.
Justice Committee part 2: Professor Tom Devine gives evidence
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