FIFPro President Philippe Piat says the six-year cooperation agreement with FIFA is designed to help improve conditions for tens of thousands of professional footballers.
Turkish club Trabzonspor handed out 200,000 euros of fines to a player -- after he sought a similar amount of unpaid salary.
FIFA and FIFPro sign landmark agreement and announce measures to enhance professional football.
Player unions in England and the Netherlands have created protocols on how to support players reporting sexual abuse.
Bernardo Tengarrinha, who is undergoing chemotherapy, is channelling his positive attitude to help fellow players in Portugal.
In Croatia, player union leader Dario Simic helped organize a conference to raise awareness about mental health in football.
Denmark’s women’s national team players have agreed to a provisional deal with their country’s football association.
Gianluigi Buffon, Leonardo Bonucci and Neymar JR join Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo among others in the 2016-2017 FIFA FIFPro World 11.
Manuel Neuer, Gerard Piqué, N’Golo Kanté and Luis Suárez are the best of the rest.
Eight former World 11 members are included in the four reserve teams.
In seven of the 71 participating countries professional footballers selected the same eleven players as those who were chosen in the ‘real’ World 11.
Javier Hernandez, Andres Guardado and Hector Moreno are among national team players to back a new footballer association in Mexico.
The captains of teams in the Dutch top two men’s divisions and women’s premier league will wear rainbow-coloured armbands.
FIFPro explains the equal pay deal for the men and women national teams in Norway.
Professional footballers who suffer concussion are more likely to report anxiety, depression and sleep disturbance after their career, new research shows.
One of the most prominent players in the Indonesian top league is taking antidepressants each day.
One player has rallied women footballers in Chile after federation officials deserted the national team.
In an important milestone, the first South Korean football players association has been registered as a legal entity.
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.