Domestic Transfer System Webinar 3 & register for live Webinar

Football Federation Australia (FFA) today released the third in a series of webinars discussing the establishment of a modern Domestic Transfer System (DTS), the benefits and challenges of the system, and the potential for reform and evolution in Australia. 

In the third webinar – accessible via the video player above and here  – former Manchester United, Chelsea, and Socceroos goalkeeper Mark Bosnich is joined by Jose Luis Andrade, General Counsel of the European Club Association, and Dr Erkut Sogut, Vice-President of the Professional Football Agents Association, for a discussion on how transfer systems operate around the globe. 

The webinars are being released by FFA to raise awareness of the global transfer system and to encourage and facilitate discourse ahead of the establishment of a fit-for-purpose system for Australia – a development FFA believes would provide much-needed stimulus to the Australian football economy, and lay the platform for Australia to further access the international transfer market. 

This month FFA will release a DTS Reform White Paper. The release of FFA’s DTS Reform White Paper will represent a key milestone in the establishment of Australia’s modern DTS and will outline a prospective timeline for implementation. It will also provide a conduit for consultation with key stakeholders. 

A modern DTS will also help to address some of the player development challenges that FFA have identified in its Performance Gap studies this year, by ensuring that clubs at all levels of the game are appropriately incentivised to continuously and sustainably invest in the training and development of players. 

Watch Domestic Transfer System Webinar 1 below!