U.S. Soccer Breaks Silence on Equal Pay, Says USWNT Has Made More Than the Men

From “equal pay” chants to Congressional bills, U.S. Soccer is under a barrage of public pressure to compensate the WNT players the same as their male counterparts. On Monday, U.S. Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro pushed back on the matter claiming the women have been paid more than the men over the past decade. SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell unpack the statement and assess the ongoing public dispute.
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From “equal pay” chants to Congressional bills, U.S. Soccer is under a barrage of public pressure to compensate the WNT players the same as their male counterparts. On Monday, U.S. Soccer president Carlos Cordeiro pushed back on the matter claiming the women have been paid more than the men over the past decade. SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell unpack the statement and assess the ongoing public dispute.