Agents

Agents

The AFL Players’ Association (AFLPA) is the sole body responsible for the accreditation, development and regulation of player agents. The AFLPA implement an accreditation system that looks to ensure only competent and ethical individuals represent AFL players. Importantly, as per the AFL/AFLPA Collective Bargaining Agreement, the negotiation of a playing contract with an AFL Club can only be performed by the player, their parent or legal guardian or a player agent accredited by the AFLPA.

Agent Accreditation Board

The AFL Players’ Association Agent Accreditation Board (AAB) meets in person on a quarterly basis and is responsible for governing the conduct of player agents, establishing and administrating the accreditation system and establishing a system for improving the quality, competence and professionalism of all player agents.

Agent Regulations and Code of Conduct

As the body representing the collective professional interests of AFL Players, the AFL Players’ Association seeks to ensure that competent and ethical individuals represent its members.

Accredited Agents List

As the body representing the collective professional interests of AFL players, the AFL Players’ Association seeks to ensure that competent and ethical individuals represent its members.

How to become a player agent with the AFLPA

Please click above for information about how to become an accredited player agent.

Potential Draftees signed by an accredited agent

Please click above for a complete list of potential draftees who have supplied the AFL Players’ Association with a copy of their signed Standard Representation Agreement.

How to select your player agent

The AFLPA provides the following as a guide to assist young players and their parents when selecting a player agent.