MELBOURNE: Monday, March 10 2014
An alleged incident involving Ali Abbas during the A-League Round 22 match between Sydney FC and Western Sydney Wanderers is now being investigated by Football Federation Australia (FFA).
THURSDAY, March 6 2014
Two World Cups, the first Australian to score at a World Cup, inaugural PFA Footballer of the Year and Oceania Player of the Year, since making his debut for the Socceroos in 2004 his contribution has been immense. Against Ecuador yet another honour was added to the already long list of Tim Cahill’s achievements whilst wearing the green and gold.
MELBOURNE: Tuesday, March 4 2014
The outstanding form of Socceroos based at home and abroad is recognised as Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) announces the nominees for the PFA Footballer of the Year for the first half of the 2013/2014 season (August-December 2013).
MELBOURNE: Monday, 3 March 2014
Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) announces the nominees for the PFA Harry Kewell Medal for the first half of the 2013/2014 season (August-December 2013).
FRIDAY, February 28 2014
FIFPro President Phillipe Piat said today the transfer system is illegal, citing the abuse of players’ rights coupled with a skewed, inflated and unsustainable labour market which poses an irrefutable threat to the football industry.
THURSDAY, February 27 2014
Ahead of this weekend’s Erasing Racism Round A-League star and All Together Now Ambassador Bruce Djite shares with us why the joint PFA and FFA initiative is so important and why footballers are committed to tackling racism.
MELBOURNE: Thursday, 27 February 2014
Professional Footballers Australia (PFA), Football Federation Australia (FFA), and Australia’s only national anti-racism charity, All Together Now, have joined forces in the fight against racism.
MELBOURNE: Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Socceroos Head Coach Ange Postecoglou announces his 23-man squad for the clash with Ecuador and hands four uncapped players the chance to stake their claim for Brazil.
Friday, February 21, 2014
Ahead of this weekend’s W-League Grand Final Matildas and Brisbane Roar midfielder Elise Kellond-Knight shares with the PFA what the build-up to the decider is like and the sacrifices needed to make it.
MELBOURNE: Friday, February 20 2014
Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) to introduce site inspections after the PFA Injury Report reveals 27 per cent rise in injuries.
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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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