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Edwards Jimenez aims to restart his career after helping Colombia win a FIFPro tournament for out-of-work footballers.
Herita Ilunga, a former player for West Ham and Saint Etienne, is pushing to make it compulsory for African footballers to have a ...
The spotlights were on Denis Alibec and Ioana Bortan in Romania.
The 2016 FIFPro Global Employment Report looks at the life of players in a way that has never been done before.
“Give him a million!” Cristiano Ronaldo surely knew how to value the achievement of Shazad Ali Shah.
Kasper Schmeichel and Pernille Harder picked up awards in Denmark.
Luis Suarez has made the FIFA FIFPro World 11 for the first time following a vote by professional footballers.
Robert Lewandowski and Katarzyna Kiedrzynek were voted best Polish footballers of 2016.
FIFPro created four reserve teams from the 44 players who missed out on a spot in the world’s elite team.
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June 1966 FIFPro Congress - Once every four years
15 December 1965 The Establishment of FIFPro
15 December 1965 Bertrand and Blanpain
June 1966 FIFPro visits the VVCS, the Netherlands
June 1966 First FIFPro Congress
June 1966 First FIFPro Congress - Freedom for the Players
January 1966 Bobby Charlton for President
5 June 1967 Jim Janssen van Raaij
1972 Johan Cruijff at the FIFPro Congress
1970s FIFPro Congress - A congress each year
28 February 1968 FIFPro officialy recognized
28 November 1972 Charity match UNFP-FIFPro
17 May 1985 Television rights
16 February 1994 Reform of FIFPro
15 December 1995 Jean-Marc Bosman Case
17 March 1999 Recognition by stakeholders
2001 New Transfer Regulations
2003 Social Dialogue in professional football
9 July 2004 Training for out of contract players
2011 Three new FIFPro Tournaments
18 May 2011 New contracts for players – Miguel Garcia
18 April 2005 New FIFPro head office
19 September 2005 Ronaldinho is the 1st FIFPro World Player of the Year
19 September 2005 The first FIFPro World XI
2 November 2006 MoU FIFPro and FIFA
11 October 2007 MoU FIFPro and UEFA
30 January 2008 Webster Case
12 July 2008 FIFPro World Selection meets France 1998
21 December 2009 The FIFA FIFPro World XI
17 May 2010 FIFPro Golf Tournament
7 February 2011 Black Book Eastern Europe
24 February 2011 FIFPro Division Africa and CAF sign MoU
19 April 2012 Signing Minimum Requirements
18-19 April 2013 FIFPro Legal Conference
13 May 2013 Drogba opens the new FIFPro House
17 October 2013 FIFPro Division America signs MoU with Conmebol
3 June 2014 Don’t Fix It: FIFPro fights match-fixing
December 2014 FIFPro partners with Show Racism the Red Card
December 2014 New Women’s Football Committee
18 February 2015 FIFPro Online Academy graduates
31 March 2015 Dutch and Spanish players support FIFPro
15 December 1965 FIFPro’s name and first headquarter
27 November 1972 French players against transfer system
2 December 1972 French players’ strike
1998-2001 Explosive growth FIFPro
13 May 2013 FIFPro welcomes many guests to the opening
13 May 2013 Players at the opening of the FIFPro House
13 May 2013 FIFPro House built for the Players
15 May 2013 Special visit from Barca's World Cup winners
10-11 February 2015 FIFPro returns to Paris
22 June 2005 The First FIFPro Tournament
3 July 2015 Launch of outreach program for female players
3 July 2015 Prominent female players support initiative
18 July 2015 2015 FIFPro Tournament – Anniversary Edition
2007 Four FIFPro Divisions
4-5 September 2007 FIFPro Africa
28 March 2007 FIFPro Europe
20-21 October 2007 FIFPro Asia
31 December 2014 All the game's stars vote for the World XI
18 September 2015 FIFPro legal action against the transfer system
18 September 2015 “European Commission has to apply the Law”
6 October 2015 Research reveils footballers' mental health
11-12-13 December 2015 FIFPro 50 Years - The Congress
14-15 December 2015 FIFPro 50 Years - Legal Legends at Legal Congress
15 December 2015 FIFPro 50 Years - Celebration Night
15 December 2015 Education for future union leaders
18 February 2016 Female Players vote for their World XI
18 February 2016 Women's World XI: Pilot is a 'Great Step'
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