The PFA operate a satellite office from St. George’s Park providing an additional base in the centre of the country. PFA Members also have access to elite medical expertise and residential rehabilitation.... 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
Heading into a new season without a club is every player’s nightmare but as Bradley Pritchard explains, his forward planning and commitment to education are about to pay off...... 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 provides members with a 24/7 counselling telephone helpline and access to a nation-wide network of 70 fully-trained counsellors.... Read more
Exclusive and flexible offers for PFA members on BMW and MINI.... Read more
See all the latest holiday offers, chosen by the PFA Travel Club. If you can't find what you are looking for, give us a call on: 01730 711 005.... Read more
The PFA is pleased to note that the Charity Commission has concluded its report into the operation of the Didier Drogba Foundation and has concluded that no funds have been misapplied, all funds raised in the charity’s name have been held by the charity and there is no evidence of fraud or corruption on behalf of the charity.
The PFA's 2015/16 Community Evaluation report highlights the positive influence professional footballers had during the season. PFA members amassed 38,957 community visits supporting a wide variety of projects around the country.
Coventry City players Gael Bigirimana, Chris McCann, Cian Harries, Ryan Haynes, Ben Stevenson and Sam Ricketts all visited Year 5 pupils at Provost Williams C of E Primary School.
Wigan Athletic to highlight Equality and Diversity campaign TOGETHER in week leading up to Derby County match.
From your archetypal 1970s maverick playmaker to inspiring a generation of new fans as Sheffield United’s community talisman.
The PFA are committed to raising the profile and awareness of the extensive work and participation of players in support of Community and Charitable activities.
All the latest news from the PFA's Community Department. We look at our members activities at their clubs and within their local community.
Meet the PFA Community Team.
As well as the considerable work undertaken by every professional player in the country, many members also support and administer their own personal Charities and Foundations.
The PFA’s commitment to its Corporate Social Responsibilities programmes continue to be at the heart of the union’s work as we seek to effect positive change in society.
The PFA’s philosophy towards Corporate Social Responsibility is underpinned by its members who can raise aspirations, inspire youngsters and encourage communities to come together.
We have a closer look at the processes and procedures that clubs have put in place to manage and organise their community activities.
Community support comes in many forms and during the last 12 months there have been many exceptional examples of personal and group determination to make a difference in this world.
This report is an opportunity to show the process and achievements developed within community projects in football and highlights the positive influence professional footballers have during course of a season.
PFA in the Community are proud to work with a variety of organisations that share our expectation and aspirations in areas such as: Health, Education, Social Inclusion and Equalities.
Your Cause, Your Way! is a new giving option, enabling players to set up named funds in order to give to charities, community groups or individuals in need across the UK without the worry of complex administration.
The PFA is now on Instagram, you can follow us: @the-pfa!
The PFA’s sixth trip to South Africa with partner Coaching for Hope.
The Professional Footballers’ Association is proud to have a long term partnership with The Prince's Trust and Premier League which was launched by HRH The Prince of Wales in 1997.