2. When Football Is Your Job

Supporting Players

Football provides a meaningful form of employment for many around the world. Players can belong to the same profession, but also experience massively different conditions based on their gender, career stage, where they are from and where they play. Regardless of these variables, issues can apply across the board – ranging from salary disputes, contract negotiations, discrimination, prejudice and employment conditions. FIFPRO is here to highlight these potential pitfalls in the game, to support players and offer solutions.

FIFPRO PWM Flash Report 2022: A Calendar That Respects Players' Health

This edition of the FIFPRO PWM Flash Report focuses on the findings of two recent surveys - FIFPRO Global Player Survey and the FIFPRO High-Performance Coach survey.

PWM Flash Report 2022 COVER

Player Data: Managing Technology And Innovation

Players, football industry stakeholders and interested third-parties have common key interests in utilising state-of-the-art science and cutting-edge technology to drive player performance.

Player Data Managing Technology And Innovation

UEFA Women's EURO 2022 Workload Journey Report

This edition of the FIFPRO PWM Flash Report focuses on players who participated at EURO 2022. In addition to historical comparisons, the report describes the various types of player workload journeys, showcasing the vastly different ways players prepared for the tournament.

UEFA Women’S Euro 2022 Workload Journey Report HIGHLIGHT

“The job of player unions, and the industry as a whole, is to help set up support networks to help footballers when they need assistance. Players need help in their personal lives, not just their sporting lives”

— by Deputy General Secretary Simon Colosimo