level 1. blarg212. Op · 2m. This is a legal coverage over the Women’s Soccer team suing over not getting paid what the men’s team does. This particular case received the support of President Joe Biden who invited them to the White House for a small press conference reiterating needs for equal pay.
The women’s side does not want equal pay. It wants to be able to make what they can make from their own media and endorsement deals - giving the USSF the same kind of cut as the USSF is getting from SUM. The women’s side is an entirely different different
A player on the women's team can make a maximum of $99,000 in a typical year. A player on the men's team would make $263,000 in the same circumstances. The women's team made more revenue than the men's team in 2016. (And maybe also in subsequent years, I'm not sure!) The pay structures are actually different for the men's and women's team.
men's sponsored appearances are 3,750$ an appearance while 3,000$ an appearance for women. The article says they were previously equal, until the men's association negotiated an increase. I guess the women's association, as of the source article's publication date of 2016, had not yet renegotiated.
The US Womens soccer team have had their class action lawsuit against the US Soccer Federation, relating to equal pay compared to the Mens team, dismissed by a Federal Judge. In a summary judgement, the judge said -. It is undisputed that, during the class period, the WNT played 111 total games and made $24.5 million overall, averaging $220,747 per game.
I was disappointed to see one of Muhammed Ali's daughters publicly say she backs the (retarded USA soccer team's) lawsuit suing for equal pay with the men's soccer team. Up until then, she'd seemed like a smart woman.
There exists a general pay gap for equal work rendered in most industries, though it is not nearly as large of a gap (nor simple to calculate) as the often-quoted "$0.72 per $1.00 earned by a man". I enjoy Women's football and believe it has proven value in the media/entertainment/cultural landscape.
By any measure, that is not equal pay, and it violates federal law." The USSF responded to the appeal via a tweet, saying the 2020 ruling "correctly held that the Women's National Team was paid ...
#USWNT #WorldCup #EqualPayUS Women's Soccer Equal Pay Claims vs Facts. Court says they got paid more than the Men in both total compensations and on a per-g...