Falla Ndoye started refereeing in 1990 and earned his FIFA badge in 1995.
In his record of achievements Falla Ndoye has three Junior African Cups (1997, 1999 and 2001), five finals in the African Champions' League, two finals of the African Cup Winners' Cup, 2 Super Cups, 1 final of the Asian Cup and the final of the 2004 Africa Cup of Nations.
He has been active at 4 Africa Cups: Burkina Faso (1998), Ghana/Nigeria (2000), Mali (2002), Tunesia (2004).
Also Ndoye officiated at the African games in Zimbabwe, the Olympic Games in Sydney (2002) and at Confederations Cups in Brazil and in Malaysia (1999).
N'Doyes highest performance must have been his game at the World Cup 2002 in Korea/Japan. He then was the first Senegalese to officiate a World Cup match in 24 years (after Youssou Ndiaye in 1974 and 1978).
Ndoye was actually suspended for a while for "running foul of the rules" and taken off the list for the World Cup by CAF, but he managed to clear himself.