The Major League Footy Players Association represents the interests of all league vested players.

Representatives of each MLF club are voted by their teammates for a one-season term, and are elected to directly represent their club in league personnel matters.

Representatives of each club also conduct regular meetings with their peers and teammates, and advise their club on on-field matters and their impact on player personnel.

An elected President of the Players Association also represents membership at the league level, independently addressing matters that impact on-field personnel, including: scheduling; rules of play; disciplinary matters, player compensation, etc.

The MLFPA is open to all registered league players, and membership in the MLFPA is automatic.