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FIFPro has submitted over 3700 female player surveys to the University of Manchester, England, for analysis in what is the largest ever study of employment conditions in women’s football.

Results of the anonymous questionnaire will be unveiled at a major women’s football conference, to be held at FIFPro House, in Amsterdam, on August 7, 2017, the day after Euro 2017 concludes in nearby Enschede.

The survey is designed to create a new baseline of knowledge that FIFPro hopes will drive efforts to reform the women’s game worldwide.

A variety of professional players, past and present, were involved in the development of this survey which covers a wide range of issues relating to how players are treated by their clubs and national teams.

Former Sweden goalkeeper Caroline Jonsson has been overseeing work in this area as the head of FIFPro's Women's Football Committee.

Germany's 2013 World Player of the Year, Nadine Angerer (pictured below), is also lending her support together with other willing contributors from around the world. Watch the video to learn more.

In the following video clip, US stars Carli Lloyd, Hope Solo, Meghan Klingenberg (pictured) and Julie Johnston identify some of the core themes that will be addressed in the 2017 FIFPro Women's Football Report.

For media wishing to attend this important announcement, at the two-day FIFPro women’s football conference, August 7-8, please register your interest at

If you require further information, please contact Andrew Orsatti by email or call +31 613 645 946.