News From: USWNT

by Brian Young | on Oct 29, 2018

Soccer Union Wants Equal Pay at the World Cup

Even in 2018, men still make more money than women for the same work. For decades unions have been fighting to lower this gap by negotiating contracts that provide equal pay for equal work. One...

by Press and Media | on Apr 07, 2017

Women's soccer made whole

For the last 5 years, the United State Women’s Soccer Team (USWNT) has been in a contract battle with U.S. Soccer over a new contract.  Last year, due to nearly four years of playing...

by Kris LaGrange | on Mar 27, 2017

Women's Hockey Double Standard

This year the Women’s Hockey World Championship will be held in Michigan.  Teams from Russia, Canada, Finland and more will be there, but the host country and defending champions may not...

by Kate Hogan | on Aug 05, 2016

Higher profits, lower pay

In this day and age, it seems so difficult for women to get what they rightfully deserve. No matter the amount of work they put in, it never seems to be enough. Take the U.S Women’s National...

by Brian Young | on Mar 04, 2016

On Strike before the Olympics

The best female soccer players in the United States may be going on strike before this summer’s Olympics.  The defending World Cup Champions, the United States Women’s team (USWNT),...