WAIPU acts in accordance with the following principles:
On the 1st of December 2009 the Lisbon Treaty came into effect providing a legal basis for sports in the EU territory.
WAIPU is extremely critical concerning any transfer system who is not respecting the free movement of players and is penalising a player be it financially or otherwise if he wa
WAIPU has an extremely critical opinion about the practice of players’ agents in general.
WAIPU is of course opposed to doping in hockey. However, in practice it proves that doping cases are rare in hockey.
WAIPU advocates the protection of minors.
One of the main goals of WAIPU are to ensure that players receive their salary.
WAIPU is opposed all unilateral options in icehockey contracts.
WAIPU is fighting for all measures that will bring more protection for players in the medical and health sector as well as for any changes of rules that will protect the health
WAIPU is strongly committed against any kind of match fixing and against any third party to influence the game.