FIFPRO spoke with MUFP General Secretary Mitchell Duarte to find out more about the conflict involving players in the top two divisions of Uruguayan football.
Terms and Conditions
Uruguayan footballers fighting for a better collective bargaining agreement
Sara Gama: "This collective bargaining agreement gives us more security"
Sara Gama is the captain of Italy and Juventus, and the vice president of Italian player union AIC. The 33-year-old was involved with the realisation of the collective bargaining agreement (CBA), which will come into effect this season for players in Serie A Femminile.
ILO Forum: promote collective agreements to improve player working conditions
Use of volumetric and biometric player data in professional football
The use of volumetric player data and artificial intelligence in the football industry requires the direct agreement of players and collective safeguards
FIFA and FIFPRO develop standards on management of personal player performance data
Following the increasing importance of new technologies in football to collect possibly large amounts of data related to the performance and well-being of football players, FIFA and FIFPRO have agreed to identify and develop standards and best practices for the collection, protection and use of personal player-performance data based on the GDPR and Swiss Law.
Mind the Gap: Training on Athlete Development
Player association staff have completed training on athlete welfare and career development support as part of the ‘Mind the Gap’ project.
How 100 American women players negotiated their first collective deal
The women players of the National Women’s Soccer League in the United States recently announced their first collective agreement.
National team players get in shape at Portuguese union’s training camp
Portuguese national team players Bruma and Edgar Ié were two of the 49 professional footballers who participated in this year’s training camp for out of contract players organized by Portuguese player union Sindicato dos Jogadores (SJPF).
Representatives of players and leagues sign football governance manifesto
As football governance enters a critical phase, FIFPRO and European Leagues have announced a manifesto to embed collective governance standards and agreements throughout the professional game.
The Next Step: PFA report seeks to protect growth of Australian women’s football
Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) recently released ‘Professional Women’s Football: The Next Step’ to offer solutions to the challenges that Australian women’s football is facing. The PFA is seeking to increase the number of players who turn professional, encourage clubs take a long term view on investment and keep competitive balance in the W-League. One of the biggest goals is to attract and retain the best global talent amid the growth of European women’s football clubs. Similarly to FIFPRO’s Raising Our Game report, The Next Step provides a vision for women’s professional football.