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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 ...

FIFPro disappointed by CAS decision on S...

Italian footballers: "Sanction FIGC Pres...

Italy: FIFPro concerned by racist remark...

First female union members in Switzerlan...

Contract

FIFPro warns players of fraudulent “agen...

Venezuela: NDRC Decisions are not enforc...

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

Bolivian agreement to pay off debts

Bolivian union issues ultimatum to clubs...

Tournament

Czech training camp: indispensable servi...

Inside look: Croatian training camp vide...

Australia: player fights for free agent ...

French players also join new Indian leag...

FIFPro Tournament MVP heads to India

Health

FIFA heat policy insufficient

FIFPro welcomes change to World Cup time...

Blog: Hip osteoarthritis in retired foot...

FIFPro expects FIFA to enforce heat poli...

Scheduling puts Australian players at ri...

Press release

Players do their utmost to "Protect Our ...

European football adopts code of conduct...

Suarez awaits CAS decision

Suarez: fair solution is still possible

FIFPro prepares Europe for legal battle

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FIFPro: Players will not tolerate discri...

Universal support for FIFPro on concussi...

FIFPro calls for concussion investigatio...

Concerns ahead as players feel the heat

Players unions support their national te...