Aside from the team’s fourth World Cup title, the American women are also returning from France on Monday with a $250,000 payout, which includes bonuses and a share of the $4 million winner’s purse – a far cry from the $38 million that the French men split for winning the 2018 World Cup in Russia. That fact, and the reality that the U.S. women are paid less than their male counterparts had rapper Snoop Dog leading a chorus of celebrity fans demanding equal pay across American soccer. ‘The sorry-ass f***ing men from the U.S. soccer team, everyone’s s***, ain’t ever gonna win s***, can’t even get out the f***ing first round,’ the 47-year-old entertainer said on Instagram. ‘Man, pay them ladies, man. ‘Pay them girls what they worth.’ A direct comparison of U.S. men’s and women’s team earnings is difficult because the two sides have different collective bargaining agreements with the U.S. Soccer Federation, play a different number of games and earn different kinds of bonuses. However, a more direct comparison can be made between the prize money at the most recent men’s and women’s World Cups. Aside from the team’s fourth World Cup title, the American women are also… Read full this story
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