On what was a bright and sunny Sunday morning runners, joggers and walkers from the football community lined up at the start line in Crumlin to complete a 5k run in aid of The Ryan McBride Foundation.
PFA Ireland will have our FAI Cup Final charity run this year in aid of the Ryan McBride Foundation.
We represent Igor Labuts and Dragos Sfrijan who have been found guilty by a disciplinary panel hand picked by the FAI of breaching three FAI rules, Rule 99: Bringing the Game into Disrepute, Rule 105: Manipulating Matches and Rule 106: Betting/Gambling.
A reminder to all about the below course and that the closing date for applications is the end of September. If you are interested, please contact us as soon as possible and we will get you into the application process. What are you waiting for?
The new voting forms for the PFA Ireland Player of the Year Awards 2017 are ready to be sent out to all 20 SSE Airtricity League clubs in the next month.
The Homeless World Cup kicks off in Oslo on Tuesday 28 August until 5 September and PFA Ireland were on hand to present the Men’s and Women’s team with their Joma footwear before they flew out to the tournament.
Applications open for FAI / ETB Player Development courses
On Friday, 7th July 2017 the players of Bray Wanderers requested that their club provide PFA Ireland with details of the club's new investment along with guarantees that this money will be secured to ensure that all players contracts will be honored until the end of their term.
Voting for the FIFPro & FIFA World 11 has begun.Professionals from all around the world have started voting for this prestigious award and PFA Ireland will be visiting clubs around the league gathering the domestic players votes for who they think should make their World 11.
The PFA Ireland have been asked to represent two professional players who play for Athlone Town and who have been accused of being in breach of FAI Rule 99 (Bringing the game into disrepute) FAI Rule 105 (Manipulating matches) and FAI Rule 106 (Betting/Gambling).