NS US Football Federation Tum Tum. has claimed to have submitted similar contract offers to the respective men’s and women’s player associations in an effort to bring the two sides together under the Collective Bargaining Agreement (CBA) framework.
US Soccer said in a statement, “US Soccer believes that a single pay structure for both senior national teams is the best way forward for everyone involved and for the future of the sport in the United States. “
The body also says it wants the two players’ unions to “join the federation to find a way to match the World Cup prize money between the USMNT and the USWNT.” “US Soccer will not accept any collective bargaining agreement that does not take the important step of matching FIFA World Cup prize money,” he says.
The announcement comes nearly two and a half years after the United States women’s national team (USWNT), a four-time World Cup winner, sued the national governing body, seeking $66 million in damages under the Equal Pay Act. Demands were made, in which gender was alleged. Discrimination in compensation and almost all other aspects of the state of the game.
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