Nyon, August 30, 2018 - The Professional Football Strategy Council (PFSC) chaired by UEFA President Aleksander Čeferin, met on Thursday in Monaco and discussed a variety of matters impacting the professional game. Topics addressed included competitive balance in European Football, and an update from the UEFA Club Competitions Committee on the ongoing work regarding the 2021/24 cycle.
The members of the Council discussed the ongoing review of the transfer system and agent framework by the dedicated FIFA Task Force.
The body also shared views on the international calendar and its effects on playersí health and agreed to work towards developing common opinions ahead of the next PFSC meeting.
The PFSC comprises elected representatives of the four main stakeholder groups involved in European professional football: the clubs, via the European Club Association (ECA); the leagues, via the European Leagues; the players, via FIFPro Division Europe; and UEFA, as the football governing body at European level. The body discusses issues of strategic importance for professional football in Europe and advises the UEFA Executive Committee accordingly.