Amendments to the FIFA RSTP: Regulations Introduced For Trials Of Footballers
When Is A Football 'Sell On Clause' Triggered? CAS Decides in Malaga v Brighton
How football clubs “transfer” coaching staff - insights from Spain, France, Italy, UK & USA
FIFA publishes International Transfer Snapshot (January 2022)
A Guide To Financing Football Clubs: Part 3 – Future Trends & Expectations
Breach or Bad Luck? Arsenal's Fight For Variable Sell-On Clauses In Transfer Agreements
FIFA’s Intermediaries Report for 2020 now available
Premiership Rugby Regulation 2020-21
FIFA publishes first annual Players’ Status report
FIFA has today published for the first time the annual report of the Players’ Status Department.
ECA reiterates need for player and club protection in upcoming international matches
The decisions made on 1 October by the Bureau of the FIFA Council, which will see emergency measures relating to the release of players for upcoming national team matches extended, provide comfort to players and releasing clubs but reiterate the need for heightened stakeholder awareness and further considerations in the midst of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
FIFA publishes its Guide to Submitting a Minor Application
In line with its commitment to promote greater transparency and disclosure of its core internal activities, FIFA has today published its Guide to Submitting a Minor Application (Guide).
FIFA guidelines to address legal consequences of COVID-19
Following the unprecedented disruption caused by COVID-19 at all levels of football, FIFA has worked on a series of recommendations and guidelines to address some of the key practical issues arising from the pandemic, especially with regard to player contracts and the transfer system generally.
FIFA’s transfer report: Big 5 accounted for almost three quarters of global spending in January 2020
The winter 2020 edition of FIFA’s Big 5 Transfer Window Analysis is now available. The report is a summary of the activity in the International Transfer Matching System (ITMS) involving clubs from England, France, Germany, Italy and Spain (the “Big 5”).
How FIFA TMS's Global Player Exchange is changing how football clubs conduct international transfers
The potential impact of Brexit on European football
A Critical Review of FIFA’s ‘Working with Intermediaries Regulations’ 2015
A Guide For Football Clubs On How FIFA Clearing House Will Process Training Rewards
How Are Bridge Transfers Being Regulated In Football Now?
A Review Of LawInSport’s Football Conference 2022: Key Lessons For The Sector
Can Clubs Shift The Financial Burden Of FIFA’s Solidarity Contribution For Player Transfers
FIFA publishes International Transfer Snapshot (June – August 2021)
FIFA has published its International Transfer Snapshot (June – August 2021), an analysis of player transfer activity during the last transfer window.
According to the report, the number of transfers for men remained at the same level as last year with only a slight decrease in the total amount of transfer fees agreed. In the women’s game, there was a dramatic increase in the number of transfer during this year’s mid-year registration period compared to the same registration period in 2020.
Will The NCAA’s One-Time Transfer Rule Empower Athletes Or Undermine The Game?
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Plan agreed on entry requirements for overseas players in England post-Brexit in 2021
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.
FIFA publishes International Transfer Market Snapshot
Today, FIFA published its International Transfer Market Snapshot June-October 2020, an analysis of player transfer activity during the transfer window that closed on Monday.
Bureau of the FIFA Council approves International Match Protocol and adapts rules on release of players
In light of the current evolution of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Bureau of the FIFA Council has approved FIFA’s Return to Football – International Match Protocol, which FIFA today shared with its 211 member associations and the six confederations.
Football stakeholders agree further steps in the reform of the transfer system
Meeting today in Zurich, the FIFA Football Stakeholders Committee took further steps to reform the transfer system with the establishment of a new system for training rewards and with the confirmation that, as of July 2020, limits on player loans will be introduced.