See what's happening on Facebook Twitter YouTube Flickr

50 Years FIFPro Worlds Players Union

Start Bolivian Apertura Championship in doubt

The start of the Bolivian football league championship, planned for 7 August, is at risk because of the clubs’ debts to players and coaching staff, warns the country's footballers’ association (Fabol). Ten of the twelve clubs in the first division owe nearly $1.4 million to players and coaching staff, who have won judgments in a local sports tribunal. > Read more

Europe

FIFPro 50th Anniversary Tournament begin...

Lie-detector tests but no wages at Banik...

Beira-Mar situation edges to happy endin...

Greek footballers close in on guarantee ...

Portugal: players Beira-Mar announce str...

Africa

FIFPro launches 50th year

FIFPro: Racism protocol failed Yaya Tour...

Taylor addresses FIFPro European Congres...

Paying players can reduce match-fixing t...

Video: President Piat on Belounis’ freed...

Asia/Oceania

FIFPro on Blatter's resignation

Transfer system negotiations break down

Player union movement growing worldwide

Human rights in World Cup bidding proced...

Nightmare academy in Laos cheats African...

Press release

FIFPro-UEFA launch joint legal action

FIFPro targets key objectives

African minors in Laos must be released...

FIFPro statement following FIFA election...

FIFPro Europe votes to pursue legal acti...

TAGS_FIFPRO

FIFPro bolsters UNI World Athletes

FIFPro Tournament heats up in Sweet 16

Australia's CBA talks intensify

FIFPro responds to governance concerns

FIFPro supports Bosnian player union ini...

Women

Video: the Global Voice of Female Footba...

FIFPro launches global outreach initiati...

Do as Marta, Abby and Nadine did: Join F...

MEDIA ALERT: FIFPro in Vancouver, July 3...

FIFPro to observe injuries at Women’s W...