The Canadian Soccer Players Association and the Canadian Soccer Association have announced an interim funding agreement, in principle, for 2022. The terms are similar to the deal with the Men’s National Team players and includes per-game incentives and result based compensation. An overall collective bargaining agreement between both national teams is still being negotiated. This addresses one of the CSPA’s initial labor demands in their fight for adequate funding ahead of the 2023 World Cup.
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