Last Friday PFA Chairman and Spireite Ritchie Humphreys unveiled a new area of the Chesterfield FC Memorial Garden.... Read more
PFA TV visits St George's Park where the PFA's Coaching department are helping members complete their 'UEFA B' coaching qualification. Includes interviews with Kevin Phillips, Luke Chadwick and Lee Grant.... Read more
An overview of how to apply for funding and the types courses available to members.... Read more
In the latest instalment of PFA TV, Leon Mann joins PFA staff in delivering an equality and diversity workshop to the squad at Leicester City FC.... Read more
The PFA now have a nation-wide network of counsellors for our members to access.... Read more
Instructions for players and clubs on how to use the PFA's Transfer List.... Read more
Exclusive and flexible offers for PFA members on BMW and MINI.... Read more
Kick It Out has today released the second version of its reporting app providing users with the ability to attach video, photo and audio evidence to complaints to help support investigations into discriminatory abuse and behaviour across football.
Statement from the PFA regarding recent equalities issues at The Football Association, July 2015.
Show Racism the Red Card Scotland (SRtRC) has launched a digital project, today entitled This Is My Home.
The Football Association needs more support from other organisations within the game if it is to rid football of inequality, according to Kick It Out chairman Lord Ouseley.
New research, released today by Mind, shows that four fifths (80 per cent) of people with mental health problems who do not take part in sport, are put off because they feel self-conscious.
The PFA has a zero tolerance policy in all areas of discrimination, bigotry and prejudice.
Meet the PFA Equality staff.
All the latest news from the Professional Footballers' Association's Equalities department.
The PFA's Six Point Plan to further the fight against racism. These six broad strands have been the focus of the PFA’s work in tackling discrimination over the course of the past 12 months.
To prevent players falling foul of regulations the PFA provide a Senior Players Diversity Programme for all League players.
We are proud of our pioneering work in the field of anti-racism, however there are undeniably still issues in the professional game meaning we cannot afford to be complacent.
Homophobia is still very much unchartered territory in football. The PFA are committed to addressing the challange of changing the culture of English football, which currently has no openly gay players.
The PFA has long been supporters of the women’s game and offer players assistance and PFA membership to all WSL1 players.
The PFA support players throughout their playing career and membership continues long after a playing career has ended. We are committed to serving all our members regardless of age.
The PFA work closely with Sports Chaplaincy UK, the Sports Chaplaincy organisation, to ensure that players have spiritual and pastoral support in their working environment.
The PFA want to assist people with a disability the opportunity to watch, play, coach, manage or referee football. Disability does not mean inability and there are elite sports people who also have a disability.
PFA Equalities are proud to work with a variety of organisations that share our expectation and aspirations in tackling all areas of discrimination.