A record number of 13 Real Madrid players are among the top 55 footballers according to a poll to select the FIFA FIFPro World 11.
The Danish women’s national team plays Hungary in a World Cup qualifier today. The match was in doubt until yesterday because of a pay dispute.
Damiano Tommasi, president of Italian players association AIC, spoke to FIFPro about his work.
The players of the Danish women’s team are fighting for a new, fair agreement with the Danish football association.
Geremi Nijtap, the former Chelsea and Real Madrid midfielder, was among four new board members to meet at FIFPro on Wednesday.
FIFPro presented fair play awards to players who showed great sportsmanship or outstanding behaviour at the Homeless World Cup.
If one person illustrates the power of the Homeless World Cup, it is David Duke. The Scotsman appeared as a player in 2004 and is now his own charity.
The Footballers Union of Botswana has helped more than a dozen players sign contracts with top clubs.
What you need to know about the 2017 Homeless World Cup in Oslo.
FIFPro today is pleased to announce the appointment of Francis Awaritefe to the executive board of the world players' association.
Ghana's footballers have a new home in their national stadium.
Women footballers said they felt a new sense of purpose after meeting at FIFPro’s headquarters.
Following the world record transfer of Neymar from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain, FIFPro General-Secretary, Theo van Seggelen, issued the following statement.
FIFPro General-Secretary, Theo van Seggelen, says the amounts involved in the protential transfer of Neymar expose a fundamental falire of football authorites to limit the harm caused by a failing transfer system.
Hundreds of top female players are leaving football in their early twenties, a new FIFPro study has found.
Geremi Njitap is the new representative for African footballers in the FIFPro board, which will be installed at the 2017 congress.
FIFPro is ready to offer assistance to professional footballers in China and other parts of the world where local player associations do not yet exist.
More than 500 men and women will represent their country at the Homeless World Cup in Oslo, Norway.
Libyan football club Al Ahli has been ordered to honour a termination agreement with a former international player.
Player unions in Africa have begun to achieve “clear improvements” benefiting thousands of players.