women's soccer pay

"We’re sick of being treated like second-class citizens."
Simply focusing on revenue ignores the sport's sexist history.
"We're not going anywhere," NWSL's commissioner says ahead of the league's fourth season.
The U.S. women's team got $2 million for their World Cup win. The men's World Cup winners got $35 million.
We’ve been fighting since 1999 for salaries and bonuses and continuing to get paid more, but now with the fan support and
Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-N.Y.) joined the push on Monday to urge FIFA to end its discriminatory pay policy. "This year’s World