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Players do their utmost to "Protect Our Game"

FIFPro's reaction to the implementation of the Code of Conduct in an attempt to put a stop to match-fixing in European professional football is one of pride and determination. But the launch of this Code of Conduct does not yet mean that the fight against match-fixing is anywhere near being won. > Read more

Europe

Danish players pleased with hard fought ...

Italian footballers: "Sanction FIGC Pres...

Italy: FIFPro concerned by racist remark...

First female union members in Switzerlan...

Possible Danish labour dispute postponed...

Contract

In Serbia, clubs are playing without a l...

Spanish footballers are owed 23 million

Red Star players pay a hefty price

FIFPro Africa: strong, organised and mot...

Ouaddou saga finally ends

Americas

FIFPro welcomes change to World Cup time...

FIFPro warns players of fraudulent “agen...

FIFPro in mourning: Fernando Barboza has...

Venezuela: NDRC Decisions are not enforc...

Many new signings after Sifup training

Tournament

Spain’s Bruno Herrero is Tournament's MV...

Czech training camp: indispensable servi...

Inside look: Croatian training camp vide...

Central Europe Tournament: Serbia still ...

Unemployed players ready for their 'Worl...

Press release

Players do their utmost to "Protect Our ...

European football adopts code of conduct...

FIFPro: Players will not tolerate discri...

Suarez awaits CAS decision

Suarez: fair solution is still possible

Tournament Europe

Australia: player fights for free agent ...

French players also join new Indian leag...

FIFPro Tournament MVP heads to India

To a new club via the 10th FIFPro Tourna...

Spain still the best of the FIFPro Tourn...