This section provides details on eligibility for membership, tariffs, and details on how you can join the PFA.
The PFA has represented professional footballers since its formation, armed with this knowledge PFA Player Management knows exactly what players require, and more importantly, how to achieve it.
The use of social media platforms has become increasingly popular. As a footballer you are subject to FA regulations which can include your use of social media, find out how this affects you.
The FA’s Doping Control rules and procedures are put in place to ensure that no player can use a banned drug or treatment method to illegally improve their performance.
Football in England has a number of rules relating to betting which affect all football participants. The purpose of this guide is to tell you what these rules are, what they mean and how they affect you as a player.
The PFA Independent Registration Advisory Service can offer advice to Academy Players, Trialists and their Parents from the 1st July 2013.
A career in football is relatively short-lived in most cases, so getting the right financial advice is vital for members to protect their investments.
The PFA and Sporting Memories provide a practical guide to living with dementia for people who have received a diagnosis and for their relatives/carers.
The Professional Footballers Pension Scheme provides valuable benefits for Registered Contract Players and their dependants during their playing career and after they leave or retire.