A new agreement has been reached between the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) and the Premier League.
The deal for the 2022/23 season will see the PFA receive an increased funding package from the Premier League to support the PFA on a range of priority issues.
The PFA will also continue to support wider community initiatives delivered across the Premier League, EFL and the National League.
PFA Chief Executive Maheta Molango said: “This new agreement reflects the commitment that both the PFA and the Premier League have towards our partnership, and our shared desire to continue this moving forward.
“Alongside the PFA’s role as a campaigning voice on behalf of members, we provide a range of services to players both independently and alongside partners such as the Premier League.
“This agreement helps support the delivery of many of those services, and benefits all PFA members.
“We value the collaborative relationship we have with the Premier League and, similarly, have seen in our talks their understanding the importance of the PFA’s role as the players’ union.”
Premier League Chief Executive Richard Masters said: “We look forward to continuing our relationship with the PFA and developing a long-term partnership to ensure the right levels of support are provided for current and former players across the professional game.
“We will continue to work together with the PFA on key issues such as player welfare, anti-discrimination, player transition, head injuries and education.”