July 9, 2022 at 4:23 pm
The United States Soccer Federation (USSF) signed a collective agreement with its men’s and women’s national teams on Tuesday under which U.S. soccer players and soccer players will receive the same salary. The women’s national team’s interstate preliminaries match against Nigeria (2:1) was ceremonially held in Washington in the presence of U.S. Secretary of Labor Marty Walsh.
“I have to express my gratitude to all parties involved, including all members of the national team, their players’ associations and federations. Many people helped and worked hard to make this happen. This would not have been possible without the help of the footballers, who also joined the fight for rovnosť plav” In an official statement, USSF President Cindy Parlowová Conová was introduced.
The Soccer Players Collective Agreement was signed by U.S. Men’s National Team Executive Director Mark Levinstein for football players, Women’s National Team Executive Director Becca Rouxová and player Christo Denova ( Crystal Dunnová, Becky Sauerbrunnová and Sam sign Mevesova. “I want to thank you all for your support in the media, social networks and our games. You really are the best fans in the world,” Sauerbrunnova said at the ceremony. Former US soccer players Kristine Lillyová, Briana Scurryová and Lori Lindseyová participated.
Back in August, federal judge Robert Gary Klausner tentatively approved an equality agreement between the USSF and the two national teams. On this basis, the USSF will reallocate €23.3 million to selected players as needed and establish a €1.9 million fund to support active female footballers and starters in their careers.
Officiálne sa má schváliť on December 5th. The topic of gender equality in American football was most discussed during the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France, with the U.S. women’s team winning. Futbalistky USA mainly complained about the huge gender pay gap.