The FFA Grievance Resolution Regulations determine the rules and procedures to resolve grievances that may arise between players and clubs or between players and the FFA or its member federations without the need for recourse to the courts. Players with a grievance shall have the right to a fair hearing in front of an independent and impartial judicial body.
Under the PFA-FFA MOU and the PFA’s Collective Bargaining Agreements with FFA, all grievances and disputes involving players are to be resolved, as far as possible, under Australian law, within the game’s regulatory framework and in accordance with the principle of equal representation in the composition of the arbitration tribunal. Accordingly, all arbitrators and tribunals are independent and appointed by agreement between the FFA and the PFA.
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