One in three players at Women’s World Cup earn less than US$30,000, says FIFPRO

One in three players at Women’s World Cup earn less than US$30,000, says FIFPRO
One in three players at Women’s World Cup earn...
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While the 2023 women’s World Cup featured record prize money, many of the tournament’s players still lack adequate financial compensation and one in five supplement their income with a second job, according to a FIFPRO poll released on Wednesday. The global players union found that one in three of those World Cup players earn less than $30,000 a year from soccer from their...


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One in three players at Women’s World Cup earn less than US$30,000, says FIFPRO


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