First principles based beyond Born-Oppenheimer theory has been implemented on the F + H2 system for constructing multistate global diabatic Potential Energy Surfaces (PESs) through the incorporation of Nonadiabatic Coupling Terms (NACTs) explicitly. The spin-orbit (SO) coupling effect on the collision process of the F + H2 reaction has been included as a perturbation to the non-relativistic electronic Hamiltonian. Adiabatic PESs and NACTs for the lowest three electronic states (12A′, 22A′, and 12A″) are determined in hyperspherical coordinates as functions of hyperangles for a grid of fixed values of the hyperradius. Jahn-Teller (JT) type conical intersections between the two A′ states translate along C2v and linear geometries in F + H2. In addition, A′ and A″ states undergo Renner-Teller (RT) interaction at collinear configurations of this system. Both JT and RT couplings are validated by integrating NACTs along properly chosen contours. Subsequently, we have solved adiabatic-to-diabatic transformation (ADT) equations to evaluate the ADT angles for constructing the diabatic potential matrix of F + H2, including the SO coupling terms. The newly calculated diabatic PESs are found to be smooth, single-valued, continuous, and symmetric and can be invoked for performing accurate scattering calculations on the F + H2 system. © 2020 Author(s).