FIFPro Division Asia/Oceania consists of Australia, Japan, New Zealand, India, Indonesia and Malaysia. The division board is led by chairman Brendan Schwab (Australia), deputy chairman Takuya Yamazaki (Japan), Andrew Scott-Howman (New Zealand), Jahan Meta (India) and Frederique Winia (General Secretary).
The key objective of FIFPro Asia/Oceania is the development of the voice and career path for the professional footballers of Asia and Oceania, which...read more
News from Division Asia/Oceania
Tuesday 10 July 2012
Indian football stars play Debanjan Sen Memorial
The Indian professional footballers’ association (FPAI) organized its second Debanjan Sen Memorial Cup. Players from the Indian national team and special guests from Costa Rica participated in this event.
Monday 18 June 2012
Palestinian footballer to be released from prison
Mahmoud al-Sarsak will be released from prison, according to his lawyer. The Palestinian professional footballer was on hunger strike for 92 days to protest his detention in an Israeli prison.
Wednesday 13 June 2012
Australian players and media hand awards to Holman
Brett Holman was the biggest winner in this year’s PFA Australia Awards. The midfielder collected two awards: The PFA Player of the Year and the Best International Player of the Year.
Friday 08 June 2012
FIFPro: release Mahmoud al-Sarsak from prison
FIFPro demands that Mahmoud al-Sarsak be released from prison. The Palestinian national team player has been imprisoned by the Israeli government for three years without any trial.
Friday 18 May 2012
Indian footballers elect Nabi as best player
The Football Players Association Of India’s (FPAI) celebrated its Indian Football Awards 2012 in Goa. All members of FIFPro Division Asia/Oceania witnessed Syed Rahim Nabi being crowned the Indian Player of the Year.
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