It follows yesterdays revellations of FAI's net liabilities of over €55 million.
SIPTU staff with the FAI are seeking an urgent meeting with Sports Minister Shane Ross.
It follows yesterday's shocking revelations about the fragility of the organisation's accounts.
The association revealed it has net liabilities of more than €55 million euro.
Sector organiser Denis Hynes says 'the mistakes of others' have created a major doubt over job security for its members, and it's vital things don't escalate
"It came as a major surprise to the staff to hear that 55 million was the actual liability that was outstanding. It now puts a major doubt in their security of employment by the mistakes of others that they look k to be penalised and we're going to try and make sure that that doesn't happen and that every step is going to be made to protect jobs and protect football in the community for all."