BROKE is a short film created by former professional footballers released to coincide with World Mental Health Day.
Wellbeing data released by the PFA on World Mental Health Day 2022 highlights the social and mental health challenges current and former professionals face, but also the work the union is doing to help its members.
The Professional Footballers’ Association has announced the appointment of Dr Adam White to lead the union’s dedicated Brain Health department.
The PFA is currently looking for a Head of HR who will be responsible for all HR generalist activities across the Union.
Representatives from the PFA were in Plymouth today to attend the unveiling of a statue to commemorate the pioneering black footballer Jack Leslie.
The PFA are urging players worried about their use of Tramadol to get in contact ahead of the introduction of a ban on the powerful painkiller.