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Comité Ejecutivo

Un Comité Ejecutivo con responsabilidad mundial

Más de 65.000 futbolistas profesionales son representados por FIFPRO y su Comité Ejecutivo asume la responsabilidad de hacerlo, liderando una verdadera organización global que centraliza cuatro Divisiones: África, América, Asia / Oceanía y Europa. La mayoría de los miembros del Comité Ejecutivo son antiguos futbolistas profesionales con amplia experiencia en la industria, tanto dentro como fuera del campo.

Lo que debe saber

Representación global

El Comité Ejecutivo de FIFPRO es reflejo de sus 66 sindicatos miembros. Incluye a representantes de África y América, Asia / Oceanía y Europa, elegidos por las Divisiones de FIFPRO. No solo reúne a miembros de todo el mundo sino que, además, desde 2021 el nuevo Comité Ejecutivo, integrado por 18 personas, debe incluir el 33% de hombres o de mujeres.

Experiencia recabada dentro y fuera del campo

El Comité Ejecutivo de FIFPRO parte de la experiencia recabada tanto dentro como fuera de la industria del fútbol. Si bien algunos integrantes son exfutbolistas, con frecuencia incluye también personal de otras procedencias.

Acuerdo sobre próximos pasos y reconocimiento a los logros de las y los futbolistas

Además de acordar y aprobar importantes políticas y puntos de vista en la Asamblea General, FIFPRO reconoce también los increíbles esfuerzos realizados por jugadores y jugadoras que han marcado la diferencia mediante los Premios al Mérito, basados en el activismo de los y las futbolistas, el impacto de sus acciones y su voz.

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David Aganzo

Presidente 

España
2017

David Aganzo was confirmed as the new president of FIFPRO at the 2021 General Assembly in Paris, France. 

David, who played for many years in LaLiga, Aganzo is president of Spain's Asociación de Futbolistas Españoles and has been a FIFPRO board member since 2018.

Geremi Njitap

“I am proud to continue to represent Africa in the global board, proud to be accompanied by Khadija Timera, who testifies to the willingness of our continent's members to embrace diversity and inclusion, while not hesitating to open up to civil society. Africa is on the move, strong and united.“

Geremie Njitap

FIFPRO África 

Camerún
2017

A two-time UEFA Champions League winner with Real Madrid and an Olympic gold medalist with Cameroon, Geremie Nijtap had a distinguished career as a player. Currrently, he is the President of FIFPRO Division Africa, and has been on the FIFPRO Global Board since 2017.

Kad

“Football players need to have someone to support their voice.“

Khadija Timera

FIFPRO África 

Senegal (sindicato de Gabón)
2021

One of the newest members of the board is Khadija Timera, who was elected on behalf of ANFPG in Gabon. Khadija is a lawyer, who was part of the Ready to Board program that FIFPRO organised with Women in Football to prepare women for senior positions in football.

Alejandro Sequeira

Alejandro Sequeira

FIFPRO América 

Costa Rica
2021

Alejandro Sequeira is a former player who represented Costa Rica internationally. A striker, he played for Deportivo Saprissa amongst other clubs in his country, as well as in the leagues of USA, Greece, Guatemala and El Salvador. He’s currently the President of Asojupro, the Costa Rican union.

Camila

Camila García

FIFPRO América 

Chile
2017

A former player with clubs such as Universidad de Chile and Audax Italiano, Camille Garcia was one of the creators of the Asociación Nacional de Jugadoras de Fútbol Femenino (ANJUFF). She joined the FIFPRO Global Board in 2017, when she was one of two women who were included on the Board for the first ever time. Camilla also has a degree in Political Science from the Universidad Diego Portales.

Carlos Gonzalez Puche

Carlos González Puche

FIFPRO América 

Colombia
2015

Carlos Gonzalez Puche was a professional footballer in Colombia, where he played for the likes of Millonarios, America de Cali and Cucuta Deportivo before he retired in 1985. While playing, he also studied, and a year after his retirement in 1986 he became a lawyer, specialising in criminal law and sports law. As well as being a member of the FIFPRO Global Board, Carlos is also the executive director of ACOLFUTPRO, the players' union of Colombia.

Fernando Revilla

Fernando Revilla

FIFPRO América 

Perú
2007

As the General Manager of SAFAP, the Peruvian players' union he joined in 2002 Fernando Revilla has been part of the FIFPRO Global Board since 2007. As a professional football player for ten years, he played for the likes of Universitario, Sporting Cristal and Cienciano, as well as some time in South Africa, too.

Kategill

“I look forward to working alongside the Global Board members to ensure we place the players at the centre of decision-making and work to address the varied and complex challenges the game is facing.“

Kathryn Gill

FIFPRO Asia / Oceanía 

Australia
2021

Kathryn joined the FIFPRO Global Board as part of FIFPRO Division Asia/Oceania, and is also the Co-Chief Executive of PFA Australia. As a player, she represented Australia 86 times, scoring 41 goals for the Matildas.

Izham Ismail

“I am honoured to be elected to this role and I look forward to bringing new ideas to the table - one that brings the voice and aspirations of players from all different backgrounds, especially in Asia."“

Izham Ismail

FIFPRO Asia / Oceanía 

Malasia
2021

Ismail was already a board member of FIFPRO Division Asia/Oceania for six years before joining the FIFPRO Global Board in 2021. A sports law expert, he has acted as Chief Executive Officer of the Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia since 2014.

Caroline

Caroline Jönsson

FIFPRO Europa 

Suecia
2017

A goalkeeper with 80 caps for Sweden, Caroline represented her country in the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup in the United States. A FIFPRO Global Board Member since 2017, Caroline is also the vice-president of the Swedish Football Union and a qualified psychologist.

Dejan Stefanovic

Dejan Stefanovic

FIFPRO Europa 

Eslovenia
2007-2017, 2021

Dejan rejoined the FIFPRO Global Board in 2021 after previously serving between 2009 and 2017. The representative of the Slovenian player association SPINS, Dejan had a succesful career as a player previously, representing Serbia and Montenegro 23 years and playing in England with Sheffield Wednesday, Portsmouth, Norwich City and Fulham.

Karin Sendel

“I hope I can bring the voice of the players from all the different backgrounds“

Karin Sendel

FIFPRO Europa 

Israel
2021

Karin is currently an active player, and the captain of the Israeli women's national team. She is the first woman to chair the Israel player association, and was one of 14 participants in the ‘Ready to Board’ program that FIFPRO organized with U.K.-based Women in Football in 2021 to prepare women for senior positions in football.

Lucien Valloni

Lucien Valloni

FIFPRO Europa 

Suiza
2017

Lawyer Lucien Valloni leads the Swiss player union. A FIFPRO Global Board member since 2017, he is also the Head of Sport Law Modul of CIES FIFA Master programme.

Mila Hristova

Mila Hristova

FIFPRO Europa 

Bulgaria
2021

Mila joined the FIFPRO Global Board in 2021 after a successful 15 years working for the Association of Bulgarian Footballers (ABF). She has lead the organisation's public relations since 2006, and simultaneously been vice-president of the ABF for over five years.

David Terrier

David Terrier

Miembro permanente 

Francia
2021

David Terrier is the vice-president of the UNFP, and succeeded former FIFPRO President Philippe Piat as the French representative on the FIFPRO Global Board. David played professionally, mainly in his homeland, where he won thw Coupe de Ligue in 1996 with Metz and in 2002 was a Ligue 2 champion with Ajaccio.

Bobby Barnes

Bobby Barnes

Miembro permanente 

Inglaterra
2009

Bobby Barnes is the Deputy Chief Executive of the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) in England, a union he has worked for since 1996. Bobby also serves as President of FIFPRO Division Europe as well as being on the global board. As a player, Bobby played mostly in England, featuring for clubs such as West Ham, Bournemouth, Northampton and Swindown Town.

Damiano

Damiano Tommasi

Miembro permanente 

Italia
2017

Damiano Tommasi represented Italy 25 times during a playing career which saw him play in the Premier League, LaLiga and Serie A, most notably for AS Roma. He is the representative of Italy's Associazone Italiana Calciatori (AIC), who are one of the five permanent members of the FIFPRO Global Board.

Louis

Louis Everard

Miembro permanente 

Países Bajos
2005