United States Men’s And Women’s National Soccer Teams Have Adopted New CBA’s With US Soccer That Includes Equal Pay

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The men’s and women’s national soccer unions in the United States have ratified new collective bargaining agreements with US Soccer that include an equal split of World Cup bonuses, the federation and the two unions announced on Wednesday.

The two CBAs will take effect on June 1 and will be in force until the end of 2028. The US National Soccer Team Players Association (USNSTPA), which represented men’s players, had been operating without a collective bargaining agreement (CBA) since the end of 2018. The arrangement for the United States The Women’s National Team Players Association (USWNTPA) was set to expire at the end of 2021, but it was extended.

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