The U.S. women’s soccer team earned $2 million for its World Cup title last year, while the German men earned $35 million. ‘Coming off a World Cup win, the pay disparity between the men and women is just too large,’ U.S. star Carli Lloyd said.
The U.S. women’s soccer team earned $2 million for its World Cup title last year, while the German men earned $35 million. ‘Coming off a World Cup win, the pay disparity between the men and women is just too large,’ U.S. star Carli Lloyd said. Elaine Thompson AP
The U.S. women’s soccer team earned $2 million for its World Cup title last year, while the German men earned $35 million. ‘Coming off a World Cup win, the pay disparity between the men and women is just too large,’ U.S. star Carli Lloyd said. Elaine Thompson AP

Linda Robertson

U.S. women’s soccer team makes loud call for equal pay

March 31, 2016 10:47 PM

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Linda Robertson has been a reporter at the Herald since 1983. She writes sports features and columns and has covered both the Winter and Summer Olympics beat.