Working with FIFA Agent in Canada

How does it benefit a young Canadian soccer player?

Are you interested in becoming a professional football (soccer) player in Canada?

Working with a football agent can provide several benefits to a player, both on and off the field. Here are some of the ways in which working with an agent can be advantageous:
  1. Contract Negotiations: One of the primary roles of a football agent is to negotiate contracts on behalf of the player. Agents are experienced in contract negotiations and can work to secure the best possible terms for the player, including salary, bonuses, and other incentives.

  2. Maximizing Earnings: Agents have a deep understanding of the football industry and can help players maximize their earnings. They can identify opportunities for endorsements, sponsorships, and other off-field deals that can significantly increase a player's income.

  3. Legal and Financial Advice: Agents often have legal and financial experts on their team who can provide valuable advice to players. This includes guidance on tax implications, investment opportunities, and financial planning to ensure the player's long-term financial security.

  4. Navigating Transfer Deals: Agents play a crucial role in facilitating player transfers between clubs. They can help identify suitable clubs, negotiate transfer fees, and ensure that the player's interests are protected during the transfer process.

  5. Media and Public Relations: Agents can assist players with managing their public image and media relations. They can help players handle interviews, social media presence, and other public interactions to ensure that the player's image is positive and aligned with their personal brand.

  6. Career Planning: Agents can help players plan their career trajectory, making decisions that align with their long-term goals and aspirations. This might involve advice on when to move to a different club or league, or how to handle various career transitions.

  7. Access to Networks: Established agents have extensive networks within the football industry, including contacts at various clubs, leagues, and other organizations. This network can be valuable for players seeking opportunities, whether it's to find a new team or explore post-playing career options.

  8. Player Welfare: Agents often act as intermediaries between players and clubs, addressing issues related to player welfare and well-being. They can advocate for players' interests and help resolve any conflicts that may arise.

  9. Handling Administrative Tasks: Agents can handle various administrative tasks, such as arranging travel, managing contracts and paperwork, and coordinating logistics related to a player's career.

  10. Focus on Football: By handling many of the off-field responsibilities, agents allow players to focus more on their on-field performance. This can help players perform at their best without getting distracted by contract negotiations, financial matters, and other concerns.

However, it's important for players to choose their agents carefully. Not all agents operate ethically, and there have been instances of players being taken advantage of by unscrupulous agents. Players should research potential agents, seek recommendations, and carefully review any contracts or agreements before signing with an agent. It's also crucial to maintain open communication with the agent and stay involved in key decisions related to their career.

Lead FIFA Agent - CEO

Bedir Ozdemir

“We specialize in development of young players in Canada. Our goal is actively identify, develop and assist young players with trial opportunities with MLS and European professional clubs.” 


Elite Player Development


Forward Thinking Players.​