• Greek players finally get their guarantee fund

    The Greek professional footballers’ association PSAP is finally closing in on what it was promised almost three years ago: a guarantee fund to compensate players if their teams are demoted from professional leagues for financial reasons.

  • 20 years of Show Racism the Red Card

    Anti-racism organisation Show Racism the Red Card launched its twentieth anniversary year this week with a special educational event at Saint James’ Park, the home of Newcastle United. FIFPro congratulates its official partner on the achievements of the past two decades, emphasising that football, as well as society, still need initiatives such as Show Racism the Red Card.

  • Star Players Show Racism the Red Card

    Show Racism the Red Card and FIFPro have just entered the second year of their three-year partnership. Both organisations cooperate closely in their fight against racism and discrimination, aiming for more diversity in football and society.

  • Use the power of football to fight racism

    Former Newcastle United and Trinidad & Tobago goalkeeper Shaka Hislop was involved with the establishment of Show Racism the Red Card. Together with Viv Anderson, former Nottingham Forest and Arsenal defender and the first black England international, he reacts to the 20th birthday of the anti-racism organisation. 

  • Brazil mum: Help release my son

    Football red tape is blocking Brazilian player Rafael Kneif from joining a club in England or Italy during this month’s transfer window.

  • Fifth Polish crown for Lewandowski

    For the fifth time in a row, the professional footballers in Poland have chosen Robert Lewandowski as the Polish Player of the Year. The striker received 66 percent of the votes in the annual election organised by the Polish players union, PZP.