Football Tribunal

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According to Article 54 of the FIFA Statutes, the Football Tribunal shall pass decisions relating to football-related disputes and regulatory applications. 

The Football Tribunal is composed by three chambers:

  • the Dispute Resolution Chamber;

  • the Players’ Status Chamber; and

  • the Agents Chamber.

The functions of the Football Tribunal are governed by the Procedural Rules Governing the Football Tribunal, as issued by the FIFA Council.


Dispute Resolution Chamber

Purpose

The Dispute Resolution Chamber (DRC) is FIFA's deciding body that provides arbitration and dispute resolution on the basis of equal representation of players and clubs and an independent chairman.

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Latest Decisions

17 Aug 2021

Boe-Kane

19 Aug 2021

Fener-ES

19 Aug 2021

Rotondi-ES

19 Aug 2021

Chagas

19 Aug 2021

Almeida Monteiro

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Players' Status Chamber

Purpose

The Players' Status Chamber (PSC) sets up and monitors compliance with the Regulations on the Status and Transfer of Players and determines the status of players for various FIFA competitions.

ROSTOV-ON-DON, RUSSIA - JULY 02: (EDITORS NOTE: Image was processed with digital filters.) Kevin De Bruyne of Belgium takes a corner during the 2018 FIFA World Cup Russia Round of 16 match between Belgium and Japan at Rostov Arena on July 2, 2018 in Rostov-on-Don, Russia. (Photo by Michael Regan - FIFA/FIFA via Getty Images)

Latest decisions

15 Jul 2021

Nuno Carvalho

15 Jul 2021

Power

15 Jul 2021

Barranco

15 Jul 2021

Semedo Borges

15 Jul 2021

Odey

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