Based near Amsterdam at FIFPRO House in Hoofddorp, Netherlands, we have a team consisting of six cross-functional areas: Legal, Union and Player Relations, Global Policy and Strategic Relations, Communications, Marketing and Commercial, and Finance.
Discover our focus areas
What FIFPRO stands for
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
Preparing for life outside of football
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
Tracking the workload of elite players
Managing Technology and Innovation
The success of the 2023 Women’s World Cup showed, among many things, the growth and potential of the women’s game in Oceania. But for numerous women’s national teams in the OFC region, particularly the Pacific Islands, even the most basic working conditions are being neglected.
The FIFA FIFPRO Men’s World 11 and FIFA FIFPRO Women’s World 11 are comprised of the best footballers from around the globe – voted by the players, for the players.
Under the leadership and initiative of FIFPRO and its 66 member unions, the development of a centralised player data management platform will address the need of players to control the use, application, and exploitation of their data in the workplace or outside.