LUCRF Super supports Professional Footballers Australia

A shared commitment to bettering the lives of our members. 

Professional Footballers Australia (PFA) is the exclusive representative body of Australia’s elite professional footballers including Matildas, Socceroos, A-League, National Youth players and the many Australians playing in international leagues.

The PFA was established with the aim of supporting the players and building the game. Over 20 years later the PFA mission remains the same. Like LUCRF Super, the PFA is run only to benefit members. 

We have been the major partner of the PFA since 2009. We play a key role in providing superannuation and financial education to PFA members along with other player development initiatives, including the PFA Player Development Program.

This program offers a holistic approach in supporting and developing players individually by focusing on wellbeing, education, assistance, transition and change. This in turn contributes to high performance and prepares players for the next stage of life, a phase which is often overlooked and can be quite challenging.

As a result of our partnership with the PFA, hundreds of footballers have joined LUCRF Super. Many have taken advantage of benefits that are available to all of our members, such as personalised financial advice and a secure mobile app.

Superstar member Q&As:

Andrew Redmayne
Western Sydney Wanderers
16 May 2016
Bruce Djite
Adelaide United
2 May 2016
Caitlin Foord
Matildas
4 March 2016
Tomi Juric
Socceroos
8 May 2015

Simon Colosimo, PFA’s player relations manager, explains the importance of our partnership: 

“We share the same values as LUCRF Super; a complete commitment to bettering the lives of our members. This partnership is invaluable for our members, who are supported by an outstanding super fund that is committed to assisting and supporting them on and off the pitch.”

LUCRF Super aims to make positive and meaningful contributions to the lives of Australians. 

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