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How FIFPRO is organised
Unions from all over the world
How to get in touch with FIFPRO
How the game has evolved and what it means for players
The importance of fair conditions
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Ensuring a healthy and safe working environment
The legal aspects of FIFPRO's work
Footballers using their position for good
Everybody deserves a safe workplace
Thought-provoking analysis on issues shaping the industry
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Aitana Bonmati hasn't stopped winning awards since she became a world champion at the 2023 Women's World Cup. In January 2024, the Barcelona and Spain midfielder won another two accolades at the FIFA Football Awards: a place in the FIFA FIFPRO Women's World 11 and The Best FIFA Women's Player award.
Ruben Dias was voted into the FIFA FIFPRO World 11 by fellow professional footballers from around the globe. FIFPRO spoke to him about the achievement, his family, City stars and his friendship with Bernardo Silva.
The Manchester United and England midfielder was voted into the FIFA FIFPRO Women’s World 11 for the first time by her fellow professionals. The 24-year-old talks Mary Earps, Man Utd journey, launching her own brand and plans for an academy.
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31 December 2012