FIFA’s Intermediaries Report for 2020 now available
Belgian Football Association's new national clearing house and intermediaries’ regulations
Stop Stand Still – why regulating football agents is more than just a cap on fees
FIFA’s clearing house: the future of solidarity mechanism & training compensation
Re-regulating football agents: would FIFA’s proposed commission cap and prohibition on dual representation work in practice?
Current developments in the Chinese sports law market 2018/19
Changing the game: Dissecting the landmark reforms endorsed by the FIFA Football Stakeholders Committee
How football Intermediaries are regulated in the Netherlands: The role of ProAgent
Case note: McGill v. The Sports and Entertainment Media Group and Others
College athletes will be able to make money off their name, image and likeness after NCAA rule change
From today college athletes will be able to make money off their name, image and likeness (NIL) after the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) passed a landmark legislative change.
Payments to football agents - what clubs & players need to know about HMRC's new guidance
FIFA to introduce new agent regulations and limit their commission from transfers
Next year FIFA are to introduce new regulations that will limit the commission that agents can receive from the transfer of players, the amount they earn will also be made public.