They've agreed upon:
- U.S. Soccer to pay the NWSL salaries for allocated players and for those players to commit to playing in the NWSL.
- Improving NWSL standards
- Increase in direct compensation and bonus compensation
- Enhanced “lifestyle” benefits for the players with respect to travel and hotels
- Per diems that are equal to the men’s team
- Greater financial support for players who are pregnant and players adopting a child.
- Increased flexibility for the United States women’s national team head coach – currently flopass Jill Ellis – to call in players who are not under contract.
- The Players association will now control the group’s likeness rights for licensing non-exclusive rights in sponsorship categories where U.S. Soccer does not have a sponsor.
- The separate wage discrimination complaint filed by five U.S. players with the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission remains in place.
- The EEOC complaint accuses U.S. Soccer of wage discrimination in relation to the money the federation pays to the U.S. men’s national team players.This post is for the 4 people on ONTD who care