FIFA AND FIFPRO LAUNCH GLOBAL FUND FOR PLAYER SALARY PROTECTION

FIFA and FIFPRO have reached an agreement to establish the FIFA Fund for Football Players (FIFA FFP), which aims to provide financial support to players who have not been paid and have no chance of duly receiving the wages agreed with their clubs.

FIFA has set aside $16 million (USD) for the fund up to 2022, with this allocation to be divided as follows: USD 3m in 2020, USD 4m in 2021 and USD 4m in 2022, plus a further USD 5m set aside for the retroactive protection of players’ salaries for the period between July 2015 and June 2020. htthttps://www.aipsmedia.com/index.html?page=artdetail&art=27102

FIFPRO President Philippe Piat and FIFA President Gianni Infantino. (Photo by FIFA)

Several recent reports – including FIFPRO’s own 2016 Global Employment Report: Working Conditions in Professional Football – have attested to the proliferation of cases involving the non-payment of players’ salaries across the world.

FIFPRO’s own 2016 Global Employment Report: Working Conditions in Professional Football 

https://www.fifpro.org/media/xdjhlwb0/working-conditions-in-professional-football.pdf

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