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The USWNT Won Equal Pay—But True Equality Is Still a Long Way Off

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Glamour.If it feels like the , the federation that runs the sport and is responsible for promoting the World Cup-winning women’s team, has been dragging on forever, that’s because it has.

Women in sports, and particularly soccer, have been fighting for equal pay and equal investment —, selling their own tickets, and working second jobs to pay the bills.The formal fight for equal pay in U.S.

soccer began six years ago when five of the USWNT’s most prominent players—Carli Lloyd, , Alex Morgan, Becky Sauerbrunn, and Hope Solo— with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) accusing the federation of wage discrimination.

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