Equal pay agreement reached by US Soccer

Equal pay agreement reached by US Soccer,The United States Soccer Federation (USSF), the United States Women’s National Team Players Association (USWNTPA), and the United States National Soccer Team Players Association (USNSTPA) have agreed to “equal compensation and set the worldwide standard moving forward in international soccer.”

Under the terms of the agreements, US Soccer will become “the first Federation in the world to equalize FIFA World Cup prize money” given to teams competing in World Cups.
On Wednesday, US Soccer President Cindy Parlow Cone remarked, “This is a very historic event.” “These accords have irrevocably transformed the game in the United States, and they have the potential to impact the game globally.”

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“These new agreements have reset our relationship between US Soccer and the USWNT and USMNT players and are propelling us forward to an incredibly exciting new chapter of mutual growth and collaboration as we continue our ambition to become the preeminent sport in the United States,” Cone continued.

US Soccer will split a portion of its “broadcast, partner, and sponsorship revenue in a 50/50 split between the USWNT and the USMNT.”


“They believed equal pay for men and women couldn’t be achieved,” Walker Zimmerman, a member of the USNSTPA leadership group, stated.
“We hope that this will raise awareness of the need for such reform and urge FIFA and others around the world to follow suit,” Zimmerman added.

The agreement covers child care, parental leave, short-term disability, mental health impairment, travel, and equivalent quality of venues and field playing surfaces.


“We hope that this agreement, with its historic achievements in not just ensuring equitable compensation for National Team players but also improving the training and playing environment for National Team players,” stated USWNT player and USWNTPA President Becky Sauerbrunn.

Megan Rapinoe celebrates with the FIFA Women’s World Cup trophy after her team won the tournament in 2019.


After the announcement, actress Jessica Chastain tweeted, “Gooooooal!” echoing the sentiments of many on social media.

Equal pay agreement reached by US Soccer


US Soccer and the USWNT reached an agreement earlier this year to end a salary dispute in March 2019, when the USWNT launched a gender discrimination complaint against US Soccer.


According to a joint statement from US Soccer and the USWNT, as part of the agreement, US Soccer paid $22 million to the players in the case, plus an additional $2 million into an account “to benefit USWNT players in their post-career goals and charitable efforts related to women’s and girls’ soccer.”
The news of equal compensation comes six months before the USMNT’s participation in the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, which begins on November 21.

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