U.S. Soccer Settles with U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team – Promises Equal Pay and Payment of $24 Million
By Zac Cornell After six years of fighting and lawsuits over unequal pay and conditions, U.S. Soccer has finally settled with the U.S. Women’s National Team securing equal pay for…Keep reading
Big News In Women’s Soccer: The National Women’s Soccer League Players Association Signs Historic First-Ever Collective Bargaining Agreement And Trinity Rodman Signs Largest Contract in League History
By Zac Cornell The Players Association for the National Women’s Soccer League has signed the league’s first ever collective bargaining agreement, which will remain for five years. The new agreement…Keep reading
By Zac Cornell In addition to announcing their new official name and logo as the Kansas City Current, the owners of the Kansas City National Women’s Soccer League are making…Keep reading
By Zac Cornell After playing for the U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team for the last 17 years, soccer star Carli Lloyd announced that she will retire at the end of…Keep reading
By Zac Cornell The U.S. Soccer Federation announced that the Men’s and Women’s soccer teams will now have identical contracts, ensuring both teams will now receive the same pay structure…Keep reading
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