The PFA and Dementia UK are offering free clinic appointments with specialist dementia nurses for members of the PFA and their families.
The PFA are shocked and appalled by the senseless assault by a fan on Sheffield United’s Billy Sharp.
The PFA is to begin a major consultation exercise designed to provide a clearer understanding of the number of former professional players living with neurogenerative diseases (NDD).
Job Opportunity! The PFA is currently looking to recruit for the role of PFA Business School Director.
PFA CEO, Maheta Molango, caught up with Ben Foster on his podcast, the Fozcast, to discuss some important topics including social media in football and football as a workplace.
March 2022 marks one year since launching the PFA’s Asian Inclusion Mentoring Scheme (AIMS).
The injury to Leeds United’s Robin Koch demonstrates again that the current concussion protocols within football are failing to prioritise player safety.
The Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) announces the creation of a dedicated Former Player Care department for neurodegenerative diseases (NDD) within football.
The PFA has outlined details of reforms to contracts in the women's game, but has warned that there remains much to be done to achieve parity between female players and their male counterparts.
As part of the PFA’s commitment to improving members future employability and career prospects, we are excited to announce the start of a new project for 2022, the PFA Business School.