• After France, Eden Hazard conquers England

    Eden Hazard received the ultimate recognition in England. The Belgian international playmaker of Chelsea was named Player of the Year in a vote organised by the English professional footballers' association PFA.

  • FIFPro meets with EU Commissioner for Sport

    FIFPro President Philippe Piat and Secretary General Theo van Seggelen met with EU Commissioner for Sport, Tibor Navracsics, in Brussels to discuss some of the most important football and EU sport policy matters at present times. At the core of discussions – held on this Thursday April 23 - were FIFPro's severe concerns regarding the football transfer system, third party ownership and respect for the players' basic workers' rights.

  • FIFPro Tournament introduces knock-out phase

    Ten years after its inception, the FIFPro Tournament heads in a new direction, as part of the World Players' Union golden jubilee celebrations. The event designed to give professional footballers who are looking for a new contract a showcase opportunity in front of an audience of managers, sport directors and scouts, will now apply a knock-out format instead of the previous competition format.

  • FIFPro celebrates World XI: Sergio Ramos

    As part of the countdown to FIFPro's 50th Anniversary Golden Jubilee celebrations, to be marked on December 15, 2015, the World Players' Union pays homage to the history of the World XI.

    This is the first in a series of exclusive FIFPro TV interviews with players who wear the distinction of having been selected by their peers in the team of the year. We start with Sergio Ramos, one of four World XI defenders.

  • South African players say no to xenophobia

    Neither in society, nor in football is there any place for racism and xenophobia. That is the firm message of the South African professional footballers union (SAFPU) and the players of the national teams of South Africa, both male and female. SAFPU issued an emotional statement, which was supported by all members of Bafana Bafana and Banyana Banyana Showing Racism the Red Card.

  • Zimbabwe Union: "We're victims of our success"

    The Footballers Union of Zimbabwe is one of FIFPro's youngest members, as they joined the World Footballers'Association in 2013. The African union's representatives have to deal with difficult circumstances, yet – as FIFPro Division Africa Communications Director Stéphane Saint Raymond reports - the are making "huge leaps forward".