FIFPRO and its member unions are distributing the Red Button app to professional footballers to protect their careers and support the fight against match-fixing.
The Red Button app explained
Experts praise maximum player protection of Red Button app
To allow professional footballers to safely report match-fixing approaches, FIFPRO is distributing a smartphone app called Red Button.
Red Button: Footballer hit with harsh 2-year ban endorses app
Footballer Samir Arab is endorsing FIFPRO's Red Button app, a way for players to report match-fixing approaches anonymously. This is his personal story.
Red Button app in focus as FIFPRO hosts anti-match-fixing conference
FIFPRO is on Wednesday hosting the ‘Preventing Match Fixing’ conference that will examine how to combat the illegal manipulation of football games with perspectives from players, government, police and betting companies.
How the Red Button app is benefiting football in Slovakia
Since FIFPRO launched the Red Button app in 2020, member unions around the world have distributed the resource to players – ensuring they can report match-fixing approaches safely and anonymously.
Robbim Khasanov: "Using the Red Button app can protect your career"
Robbim Khasanov played more than 10 years in Uzbekistan. His career abruptly came to an end when he was falsely accused of being involved with match-fixing. Now, he is helping the Union of Football Players of Uzbekistan (UFPU) raise awareness about the dangers of match-fixing, and promoting the FIFPRO Red Button app.
Uzbekistan union encourages 500 players to download Red Button app
The Red Button app enables players to safely report any approaches or suspicions of match-fixing in their country.
Greece to implement FIFPRO's Red Button app in five sports
George Mavrotas, Greece’s Secretary General for Sport, said: “Manipulation of competitions is one of the major threats in sport. During the last years Greece has made significant steps to combat match-fixing and this agreement with FIFPRO is another step in this direction.
FIFPRO & FIFA collaborate to reinforce fight against match-fixing with smartphone app
FIFPRO and FIFA have signed a collaboration agreement endorsing a smartphone app that allows professional footballers to anonymously report match-fixing approaches.
Dutch union VVCS on Red Button campaign: "There is huge interest among players"
Since November the VVCS has been touring the Netherlands, visiting clubs to share information about the union’s many services. This year, the union has focused on education around gambling regulations and match-fixing prevention with the help of the Red Button app.
Historic initiative: Korean PFA led by male and female player
The Korea Pro-Footballer’s Association (KPFA) appointed Ji So-Yun as it co-president, which means that the association is now officially run by a male and a female player: Lee Keun-Ho and Ji So-Yun.
More than 150 footballers begin FIFPRO-led health research
More than 150 professional footballers – 90 men and 60 women – have begun participating in a 10-year research project into their health.