Match Agents Regulations
At its meeting on 17 December 2002, the FIFA Executive Committee passed the following regulations in compliance with art. 16 par. 3 of the Regulations Governing the Application of the FIFA Statutes. To simplify matters, the use of the male gender in these regulations applies to both males and females.
These regulations govern the occupation of match agents who arrange matches between teams belonging to different confederations.
Any confederation that makes use of its entitlement to issue its own match agents licence (cf. art. 3 par. 2 of these regulations) shall ensure that its regulations are based on the guidelines contained in these regulations. In particular, the principles outlined under art. 4, 8, 9, 12, 16, 17, 19 and 24 of these regulations are binding for confederations.
The employment of agents to arrange matches shall be permitted (cf. art. 16 par. 1 of the Regulations Governing the Application of the FIFA Statutes).
Agents who arrange matches between teams belonging to different confederations must be in possession of a licence issued by FIFA (cf. art. 16 par. 3 of the Regulations Governing the Application of the FIFA Statutes)
Agents who arrange matches between teams from the same confederation must be officially recognised by the confederation in question (cf. art. 16, par. 2 of the Regulations governing the Application of the FIFA Statutes).
Confederations shall be entitled to make provisions to issue a licence of their own.
If a confederation makes use of this entitlement, a match agent who is either domiciled or has his headquarters within that confederation shall not be authorised to become a FIFA match agent unless he has already obtained a licence from this confederation.
If a confederation has no provisions to issue a licence, the match agent may obtain a licence from FIFA.
II. FIFA licence
Anyone wishing to obtain a FIFA licence to arrange matches shall send a written request to the FIFA general secretariat.
Only a natural person may apply for a licence. Applications from companies or clubs are not permitted.
The national association where the prospective match agent is either domiciled or has his headquarters shall enclose written confirmation with the application that the candidate applying for the licence has a good reputation it does not object to the candidate acting as agent to organise matches.
It is the responsibility of the national association in question to examine the application.
FIFA MATCH AGENTS IN MALAYSIA
1. BOZIK Miroslav
Danau Permai Condo -
10-11-3 Jalan 3/109 F
Mobile:+60-1/2940 21 01
2. RASAMANICKAM Subramaniam E.
Professional Footballers Association of Malaysia
151 Jalan Kelang Lama,
Unit 3a-2nd Floor
KUALA LUMPUR 58100
Tel:+60-3/7980 43 69
Mobile:+60-12/287 48 79
Fax:+60-3/7981 43 69
3. SALAM SALAH Abdul Razak
Global-Link Sports Agency SDN.BHD
Level 20, Menara Standard Chartered
KUALA LUMPUR 50250
Tel:+60-3/2117 51 87
Mobile:+60-12/475 75 60
Fax:+60-3/2117 52 52