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Footballers know what’s best for them and they understand their value. As Canada’s soccer economy continues to expand at the professional level and beyond, PFA Canada is committed to creating a fair and transparent balance of interests through a collective bargaining agreement that addresses compensation, health and welfare, dispute resolution and mobility among other aspects of the player-league relationship common to the professional football experience.


As a member of FIFPRO, PFA Canada enjoys access to industry-leading experts and research responsible for much of the game’s best practices on and off the pitch. Combined with the guidance and bargaining expertise provided by respected Canadian labour law practitioners Ian Fellows and Simon Blackstone, PFA Canada is positioned to negotiate meaningful space for CPL players so they may exercise greater say in their workplace and create conditions that will permit young athletes in Canada to view professional soccer as a viable career choice.  


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