Since the beginning of lockdown, there has been a dramatic increase in players and athletes working with personal development practitioners and participating in education courses and career transition initiatives.
The PFA Charity and ProSport has launched MyProPlan, a new financial planning tool, helping current and former professional footballers take a proactive approach to money management.
Over 100 PCA playing members have been pursuing their personal development away from the cricket pitch during the first 50 days of Coronavirus-enforced lockdown through enrolling on online courses.
The PJA has released a new digital handbook for its members. In conjunction, it has launched a brand new website, designed to complement the handbook and provide more detailed information for jockeys.
Former players and Restart trustees have launched a fundraising initiative and mental health campaign called #RugbyFamily to support players during the COVID pandemic.
Patrick Foster from EPIC Risk Management, is currently working with the PCA to deliver gambling awareness workshops funded by the Professional Cricketers’ Trust after a donation from PCA President Graham Gooch.
The Professional Cricketers’ Trust has officially partnered with Sporting Chance to provide PCA members with mental health treatment and support after a record 85 PCA members were diagnosed with related issues in 2019.
The PFA is delighted to announce the launch of a new Women’s Football department, headed up by current Player Management Executive Marie-Christine Bouchier, in her new role as Director of Women’s Football.
A record 52 of England and Wales’ finest young cricketers were inducted into the professional game at the PCA’s 10th annual Rookie Camp event on a day that highlighted the benefits of being a young professional.
The RPA has announced Telegraph Spark as its Official News Partner. The Telegraph Media Group is an award-winning multimedia news brand renowned for its authoritative sports and rugby coverage.
Seven PCA members have been recognised for their ongoing commitment to personal development away from the cricket pitch at the Association’s 2020 Futures Awards.
Northampton Saints winger Tom Collins has won the first RPA Gain Line Award of the 2019/20 season. The award was created to celebrate the proactivity and off-field achievements of RPA members.
The PJA (Professional Jockeys Association) and JETS (Jockeys Education and Training Scheme) have secured a £2.3 million five-year grant which will be allocated to key areas of jockey development and support.
The AGM was well-attended by the membership and saw the presentation of the Accounts and Directors Report and both Mike Dunn and Peter Lines were successfully elected to the Board by the membership.
The LMA congratulates the 21 students who graduated from the 2018-2019 LMA Diploma in Football Management, 11 of whom were awarded their diplomas in a ceremony at the University of Liverpool yesterday.
The 2019 PCA Futures Conference saw current and former county professionals and England internationals prioritise an action plan for life after cricket at St. George’s Park.
A landmark study funded by the PFA Charity and Football Association has revealed the first major insights into lifelong health outcomes in former professional footballers.
The first RPA Players’ Board of the season saw the re-election of Chairman Mark Lambert and Phil Burgess as Vice Chairman and discussions about key issues in the game.
The PCA has partnered with Thrive to support members in the prevention, early-detection and self-management of common mental health conditions using the 'PCA Thrive App'.
An exciting new chapter in the history and the modern evolution of the European Tour is unveiled with a new brand identity along with new website and app.
The PCA is pleased to announce the appointment of Tony Irish as its new Chief Executive. Irish will succeed current CEO David Leatherdale, who steps down from the role in May.
An update on what's coming next with the PFA's campaign against racism and discriminatory abuse which has taken place both on the pitch and on social media following several high profile racist incidents.
The PFA are delighted to announce the latest graduates from the University of Salford BSc Physiotherapy programme are Scott Beattie, Paul Booth and Danny Murray.
The Rugby Players Association has today formally launched its Career Insights programme as part of its continued commitment to preparing professional players for life after rugby.
The PPF's ‘Career Transition Week’ will showcase via Twitter the work that its member Player Associations do to support players prepare for life after sport.