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.
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.
The women players of the National Women’s Soccer League in the United States recently announced their first collective agreement.
FIFPRO member unions and players gathered in London on Tuesday for a workshop on collective agreements in women’s football.
The former Colombia international is FIFPRO’s new Union & Player Relations Coordinator, a post the 29-year-old is taking up just six months after retiring as a professional. A well-known activist during her playing days, Echeverri talks to FIFPRO about her new career move.
Ahead of the FIFA Women's World Cup, the Costa Rican union successfully negotiated a collective agreement on rights and duties for the women’s national team similar to the one already achieved in 2014 for the men’s national side.
FIFPRO and World Leagues Forum hold Governance Summit to discuss collective vision for international football
The leaders of FIFPRO and World Leagues Forum (WLF) met on Tuesday 1 February in Madrid and via video conference to discuss collective principles for football’s governance. In their latest Leadership Summit, the two partners worked towards new governance standards that will put social partners, openness, accountability and sustainability at the heart of the sport.
Strategic framework, Pasifika women’s player collective in focus at FIFPRO Asia/Oceania general assembly
Ahead of the much-anticipated FIFA Women’s World Cup semi-finals, FIFPRO Asia/Oceania held its general assembly in Auckland, New Zealand, which saw the launch of the division’s 2023-2026 strategic framework and a panel introducing a Pasifika women’s player collective.
Ahead of the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia/New Zealand 2023, FIFA have announced a series of developments for the tournament and future editions that is the direct result of collective action by FIFPRO, its member unions, and professional footballers around the globe.
In the latest of our Union in Focus series, we look at the Asociacion Mexicana de Futbolistas (AMFpro), which last October celebrated the fifth anniversary of its foundation.
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.