According to Rachel Bachman of the Wall Street Journal, players from “25 national women’s soccer teams, backed by a global professional players’ union,” spoke up and called for equal “conditions” and prize money at this summer’s FIFA Women’s World Cup. According to the report, in October, FIFPro sent a letter to FIFA President Gianni Infantino stating proposals. The U.S. women’s national team was one of the 25 nations to sign.
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