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Why do people focus more on mens soccer leagues and dont pay much attention to the women’s soccer leagues
Equal pay for equal work is not a reality in the United States — and it’s no different for female professional soccer players.
While you're probably familiar with the fact that American women earn an average of 22 percent less than their male counterparts,
you might not be aware that the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL) only pays its players between $6,000 and $30,000 per year, while Major League Soccer (MLS) players earn a minimum salary of $50,000. And while the U.S.
playing in the FIFA Women's World Cup, have subsidized salaries, and some high-profile players have endorsement deals, their salaries are low for professional athletes
Yet FIFA paid the winning women’s team a $2 million prize, which is four times less than the $8 million it pays men’s teams that lose in the first round.
The payout for the Women’s World Cup this year is $15 million, while FIFA awarded a total of $576 million to men’s teams in the World Cup last year
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