Melbourne: Friday, December 13 2013
Eighteen years ago the world of football was revolutionised when the Bosman ruling was handed down on the 15th of December 1995. The revolution came early in Australia when the transfer and compensation fee system was abolished six months prior to the Bosman ruling. The PFA speaks to the player that led the Australian revolution and sparked reform.
Melbourne: Friday, December 6 2013
The brief nature of a career as a professional footballer leaves little margin for error. Make the wrong career choice and it is difficult to recover. Make the right one and your dreams may become reality. Former Central Coast Mariners star Rostyn Griffiths shares with the PFA what its like to make a decision with so much at stake.
Melbourne: Friday, November 29 2013
Crossing the white line proved the easy part. Once on the pitch the uncertainty could be blocked out and his sole focus was football. Perth Glory midfielder Steve McGarry shares with the PFA the side of being footballer that often takes the biggest toll on their lives and those around them.
Melbourne: Friday, November 22 2013
For Matildas midfielder Heather Garriock ‘it changed everything’ except her love for the game. The Western Sydney Wanderers captain shares with the PFA her remarkable comeback.
Melbourne: Monday, November 18 2013
Professional Footballers Australia calls on the concerns of Perth Glory coach Alistair Edwards regarding player welfare to be listened to after his team played in soaring temperatures in last weekend’s clash with Adelaide United.
Sydney: Wednesday, November 13 2013
Professional Footballers Australia is delighted to announce the winners of the 2012/2013 PFA Footballer of the Year, PFA Women’s Footballer of the Year and PFA Harry Kewell Medal.
Melbourne: Monday, November 11 2013
Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) runs to the rule over the nominees for the PFA Footballer of the Year.
Melbourne: Friday, October 8 2013
PFA Harry Kewell Medal nominee James Holland shares his experiences of life in the bright lights of Europe, dealing with disappointments and why the recognition of your fellow professionals is the biggest honour you can receive.
Melbourne: Thursday, October 7
Introduced in 2010 The PFA Women’s Footballer of the Year is awarded to the most outstanding performer for club and country. The PFA takes a look at the nominees for 2013.
Melbourne: Wednesday, November 6 2013
Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) is delighted to announce the nominees for the PFA Footballer of the Year, PFA Women’s Footballer of the Year and PFA Harry Kewell Medal.
The PFA fights for world class careers. A footballer’s career continues to be short-term, precarious and one of constant transition. PFA members must empower themselves with the football knowledge to make excellent career choices to maximise their time in the game.
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The PFA helps develop players as great people and role models in Australian communities. We support players to gain off field skills and prepare for life after their playing days. There are many roles in the game for former players and it is important that our members continue to contribute beyond their playing careers.
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The 8 lesson program teaches values to students that include respect, fair play, teamwork and leadership. Click here for more.