U.S. Women’s Soccer Wins Equal Pay and $24 Million 

Six years of conflict. A three-year lawsuit. A tireless fight. A $24 million payout. 

On Tuesday, February 22, the U.S. women’s soccer team reached a $24 million settlement with the United States Soccer Federation, following a 2019 lawsuit over equal pay in which players alleged “institutional gender discrimination.” In addition, U.S. Soccer promised equal pay for men’s and women’s teams, including at the World Cup, The New York Times reported. That’s right: Going forward, the soccer federation will not discriminate in pay based on gender.  


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