Australia's professional women soccer players will be given the same base pay as men in a one-year extension to a collective bargaining agreement.U.S.
In October 2018, FIFA president Gianni Infantino announced that FIFA would raise the total prize money for the Women's World Cup from $15 million to $30 million. The champions will take home $4 million of those funds. But the prize money gap between men's and women's championship teams is still $34 million.CNBC
Nigeria's players have refused to leave the team hotel after their exit from the women's World Cup on Saturday, demanding that the country's soccer federation clears all of their outstanding bonus payments, ESPN reported https://www.espn.com/soccer/fifa-womens-world-cup/story/3882567/nigeria-stage-sit-in-at-wwc-over-unpaid-bonuses.IN
World soccer governing body FIFA said on Tuesday that they have allocated a million tickets for the ongoing women's World Cup in France but only 14 of the 52 matches are sold out, countering claims that tickets were selling fast.IN
Les Bleus will open their campaign against South KoreaThe Independent
Neville will not refer to World Cup battles of '86, '98 and '02The Independent
The U.S. women's national team won 13-0 against Thailand in their first match in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup on Tuesday. In light of their incredible victory — it was a record win in both men's and women's World Cup history — people want to know why they're paid so much less than the men's national team. Player Alex Morgan alone managed to score a record five times during the match. To put the team's 13 goals into perspective, the U.S. men's national team scored 12 in their last three World...Mashable