Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia

Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia (Malay: Persatuan Pemain-Pemain Bolasepak Profesional Malaysia, abbrev: PFAM) is a representative organisation for professional football players in Malaysia, established in 2014.[1] It is affiliated with the worldwide professional football players organisation, FIFPro, since 22 October 2013.[2] It was registered with the Malaysia Sports Commissioner's Office on 4 August 2014.[3]

Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia
Persatuan Pemain-Pemain Bolasepak Profesional Malaysia
HeadquartersPlaza Damas 3, Sri Hartamas, Kuala Lumpur
Region served
Safee Sali
Razman Roslan
Izham Ismail

PFAM was inactive for a few years until it was reactivated in 2013, with Hairuddin Omar elected as president of the association.[4]

For the 2021-2023 session, Safee Sali led the organization and was assisted by Razman Roslan as Vice President.

PFAM is vocal about welfares of football players in Malaysia, whether still active of retired.[5] PFAM also is responsible for the PFAM Player of the Month award, given to the best player in Malaysia football monthly.


PFA Malaysia was established to promote, advance and protect the interest of professional footballers in Malaysia. It exists to support and provide advice to, and represent professional footballers in Malaysia in matters pertaining to their relations with Football Association of Malaysia (FAM), clubs, state football associations or any other body responsible for or in any way connected with the administration of football in Malaysia.

PFA Malaysia also provides legal advice and assistance to professional footballers in Malaysia in respect of their professional contractual obligations with their clubs or state football associations, and PFA Malaysia acts as an exclusive representative body and collective bargaining agent of Malaysia's professional footballers.

PFA Malaysia also seeks to promote professional football as a stable, secure and worthwhile career, and provides advice and assistance to Malaysia's professional footballers in their career development.

With the support of FIFPRO, PFA Malaysia seeks to establish an international network to enable Malaysia's professional footballers to have an input in international decision-making in matters pertaining to the game of football.

PFA Malaysia exists to fight for the players, and build the beautiful game Player of the Month AwardEdit

In 2015, PFAM created an award to be given to player;

In 2016, they created another award;

PFAM ExecutiveEdit

Position Name Others
Chief Executive Officer Izham Ismail LL.B (Hons) Malaya
Administrative Executive Hanani Azren Husin LL.B Sh & Civ (Hons) USIM
LL.M (Hons) UKM
Media Executive Muhammad Syamil M Rosli
Legal Executive Muhammad Syafiq Jebat LL.B (Hons) UiTM
Communications Executive Afiq Eizzuddin Ahmad Shaupi
Member Services & Events Executive Nur Alisa Farhana Mohd Zukari
Admin Assistant Nur Syazwani Sazali

PFAM CommitteeEdit

For session 2021 - 2023[6]

Position Name Others
President Safee Sali
Vice President Razman Roslan
Secretary Zaquan Adha (Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia Super League) player
Treasurer Farizal Marlias (Johor Darul Ta'zim F.C., Malaysia Super League) player
Exco Khairul Fahmi Che Mat (Sabah, Malaysia Super League) player
Exco Mahalli Jasuli (Negeri Sembilan, Malaysia Super League) player
Exco Shahril Sa'ari
Exco Steffi Sarge Kaur (Women's National Football Team Captain,

PFAM Social MediaEdit

As on 1st March 2023

Social Media URL Followers
Facebook 38,160 Followers
Twitter 15,400 Followers
Instagram 81,600 Followers

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ "Al-Ikhsan Sports co-brands with Football Association Malaysia". New Straits Times. 6 September 2017. Retrieved 28 February 2018. Established in 2009, and affiliated with the worldwide professional footballers union, FIFPRO since 2013, PFAM is platform that provides Malaysian professional footballers support and advice for their career development.
  2. ^ "Malaysia [Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia]". FIFPro. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  3. ^ Tony Mariadass (12 February 2016). "PFAM are legal, says Izham". The Malay Mail. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  4. ^ Fadzrie Hazis (11 June 2013). "PFAM kembali bernafas" (in Malay). Astro Awani. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  5. ^ Nik Afiq (4 May 2016). "PFAM urges FAM to take action on KAFA for late payment issue". Yahoo! News. Retrieved 28 February 2018.
  6. ^ Meor Abdullah Syamim (5 November 2019). "PFAM Lantik Kepimpinan Baharu Untuk Sesi 2019-2021" (in Malay). Semuanya Bola.