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FIFPro has noticed the ongoing discussions in England concerning a breakaway union of black professional footballers. FIFPro strongly advises the players to remain united with the PFA, as nobody will profit from a breakaway.
Philippe Piat is the new FIFPro President. In his speech, he addressed the solidarity among all professional footballers and players associations, and summarized the challenges that are awaiting FIFPro.
FIFPro opens its new office building – FIFPro House – next Monday, May 13th. The worldwide professional footballers association will celebrate this ‘Grand Opening’ with guests from the football family, including various footballers.
FIFPro organizes two tournaments this winter: the FIFPro Winter Tournament and the FIFPro America Tournament. The first will take place on Friday 14 January in Norway, the second on 21 and 22 January in Chile.
FIFPro states that the many problems with the existing transfer system need to be addressed carefully and seriously. Therefore FIFPro presents an expert group to examine and provide the necessary recommendations.
FIFPro, the worldwide representative for 65 thousand professional footballers, together with FIFA, proudly present the 2013 FIFA FIFPro World XI. There are five new faces in the team, all appearing for the first time.
FIFPro aims to receive one hundred applications from new students for the upcoming FIFPro Online Academy school year. The first step was taken this week, as the world professional footballers' association organised a special two-day workshop for interested footballers' unions.
The FIFPro Online Academy is halfway its second year. But FIFPro is already preparing for the next academic year. At its office the worldwide professional footballers’ association organized a special meeting for interested member unions.
FIFPro is deeply disappointed in the outcomes of the KEA Study on the Economic and Legal Aspects of Transfers of Players presented on Thursday 7 February by the European Commission. ‘Poor quality and inconsistent.’
FIFA and FIFPro proudly presented the FIFA FIFPro World XI of 2010. This Monday evening, during the FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala in Zurich, Switzerland, the best eleven footballers in the world appeared on the stage.
FIFPro wishes to congratulate the 2011 FIFA FIFPro World XI. In Zurich, football legend Pelé handed out the awards to the eleven players that were chosen by their peers as the best in football.
With a well-aimed penalty shot, Leonardo Grosso, president of FIFPro, started the construction of the FIFPro House, the organisation’s new office building, that is to open its doors in April 2013.
FIFPro now has its own voice in Brussels, the home of the European Union. In collaboration with EU Athletes FIFPro Division Europe has opened its own office, from which Jonas Baer-Hoffmann will be working as a policy officer.
FIFPro is advising all professional football players to be very critical before signing a contract with a new club. FIFPro is giving a negative recommendation to players who want to sign with clubs in Cyprus, Greece or Turkey.
FIFPro acts in accordance with the following 16 principles: FIFPro is the leading worldwide representative organisation for all professional players (players' associations). FIFPro is a democratic, player-driven organisation. Equality and solidarity are key concepts. All affiliated associations actively promote the collective and individual interests of the players. Players who are members of an association affiliated to the
FIFPro, the world wide professional footballers association, has announced the 55 players shortlisted for the FIFA FIFPro World XI 2011. The final team will be announced at the FIFA Ballon d’Or on Monday January 9th 2012.
“FIFPro will not stand by and watch from the sidelines as football players’ rights around the world are systemically disrespected and the football industry dismantles itself,” said FIFPro President Phillipe Piat. FIFPro, the World Players’ Union, has launched a legal challenge aimed squarely at the transfer system and the current economic make-up of professional football.
There could possibly be two FIFPro Tournaments in Europe this summer. In addition to the regular tournament, which takes place once again in The Netherlands, there may also be a tournament in South Eastern Europe.
FIFPro Division Europe, UNI Europa and ETUC have today in Brussels entered into an agreement to defend the fundamental democratic and social rights of professional football players and other professional sportspeople.
The FIFPro Board nominated Philippe Piat (France) to be the next President, consequently he will be presented to the FIFPro congress on 22 October for ratification. During the Board meeting the FIFPro Board voted for nomination of the FIFPro president.
on time, the implementation of a worldwide third-party ownership (TPO) ban, and a resolution unanimously adopted to continue the fight to fundamentally reform football's failing transfer system were among the most important topics raised during the FIFPro General Assembly in Tokyo, Japan.
FIFPro House Scorpius 161 2132 LR Hoofddorp Tel: +31 23 55 46 970 Fax +31 23 55 46 971 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org FIFPro's head office is located in Hoofddorp, the Netherlands. The office is nearby the biggest Dutch airport, Schiphol. From there it is easy to reach by train. Off course, it is also possible to travel to the office by car. Traveling by car From the A4
FIFPro heads to Qatar to seek urgent talks with the country's football authorities and organisers of the 2022 World Cup. The World Footballers' Association will not sit idly by as the rights of the players are being abused.
With a big smile on his face, Lionel Messi officially launched the vote for the 2012 FIFA FIFPro World XI. The reigning Best Player in the World filled in his ballot and invited all other professional footballers worldwide to follow his example.
We are closing in on the deadline for the vote for the 2012 FIFA FIFPro World XI. Next Monday, FIFPro and FIFA will reveal the first nominees from this year’s shortlist.
FIFPro welcomes some of the finest fomer professional footballers at its golf event (Day of Legends) on the Monte Carlo Golf Club. FIFPro explains why the World Players’ Union invites the game’s stars to a golf course.
At its annual congress, FIFPro reviewed the current state of world football. FIFPro welcomed representatives of FIFA, in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding signed in Barcelona on 2 November 2006.
Next weekend some 125 professional footballers will gather to show their skills at the FIFPro Tournament in order to find a new contract. Three Portuguese players talk about their experiences from the 2009 FIFPro Tournament.
FIFPro welcomed five special guests. Barcelona's Cesc Fabregas, Xavi Hernández, Gerard Piqué, Carles Puyol and Marc Bartra visited the FIFPro House to congratulate the world players union with its new office building.
FIFPro, the World Footballers' Association, calls on FIFA to urgently address proposals to reform the fundamental principles of football's failing transfer system.
On Sunday, the stand of Rijnburgse Boys was again filled with national and international scouts. The assistant trainer of Sarpsborg, a club in the highest Norwegian league, had been sitting there at half past eleven on Saturday morning and now - after...
Norway, Sweden, Finland and Ireland were extremely well matched last Friday at the first FIFPro Winter Tournament for out-of-contract players held in the Vallhall Arena in Oslo. FIFPro was enthusiastic about the new initiative.
FIFPro and FIFA have presented the shortlist for the first FIFA/FIFPro World XI award. At the FIFPro congress in Budapest the 55 best players of 2009 were announced.
Brendan Schwab is introduced as a member of the FIFPro board during last week’s general assembly at Budapest, Hungary. At the congress the world players’ union accepted the nomination of the current chairman of FIFPro Asia.
At its annual congress, which took place in Budapest from 18 to 20 November 2009, FIFPro reviewed the current state of world football. FIFPro welcomed representatives of FIFA to Hungary, in accordance with the Memorandum of Understanding signed in Barcelo
FIFPro wants to congratulate the football federations of Russia and Qatar for being the host of the FIFA World Cup. FIFPro also wants to pay attention to the rights of all professional footballers, especially in Russia.
The first year of the FIFPro Online Academy is running smoothly . One of the students following this special course for professional footballers is Niklas Moisander, a member of the Finnish national team.
FIFPro and FIFA present the fifteen midfielders who have been voted on the shortlist for the FIFA FIFPro World XI of 2012. Three of them will be presented during the FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala, to be held on Monday 7 January 2013.
Vincent Kompany, Gareth Bale and Robin Van Persie would have featured in the 2013 FIFA FIFPro World XI if only the votes of English-based professionals had been taken into account.
New details relating to FIFPro’s legal challenge to overhaul the transfer system will be presented today at the opening of a two-day European General Assembly, in Dublin.
For the players, by the players. FIFPro has tallied the votes of professional footballers worldwide and, together with FIFA, announces the 15 midfield nominees for the 2013 FIFA FIFPro World XI.
From the FIFPro Tournament to the Copa Libertadores: it happens. Gonzalo Bonafina tells us how, after participating in the training camp run by the Argentinian football players association, he went on to face the world's best team.
FIFPro Division Americas recently visited Guatemala and El Salvador. Footballers in the two countries from Middle America have established players’ associations. A report from the trip to El Salvador.
On Friday, Lionel Messi, the best footballer in the world, gave the starting signal for the new election of the FIFA FIFPro World XI. The Barcelona forward was the first player to fill in his ballot paper at the Juan Gamper training complex
FIFPro strongly urges FIFA and UEFA to take a stand regarding the physical abuse on Spartak Gogniev and the Russian Football Federation ruling. FIFPro will show FIFA and UEFA a video with footage of the attack on the player.
One day to go before FIFPro reveals the 55 players on the shortlist for the 2011 FIFA FIFPro World XI. Currently, FIFPro is counting the latest votes that arrived in the last few days. Votes from all over the World.
FIFPro and FIFA present the twenty defenders who have been nominated on the shortlist for the FIFA FIFPro World XI of 2012. Four of them will be presented during the FIFA Ballon d’Or Gala.
After years of showing no interest in improving the situation of professional footballers in Indonesia, the Indonesian Football Association (PSSI) is suddenly establishing its own Players Association (APSNI). FIFPro does not support that.
Since 2005, FIFPro organizes special tournaments to help footballers without a contract find a new professional club. Each year, FIFPro invites clubs, scouts and technical directors to see the participating players in action. It is up to the players to show their best in an effort to find a new professional football club, just like many of their colleagues have done during previous
FIFPro Tournament Central Europe.