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The @USWNT ’s @mPinoe  turns 35 today She never hesitates to speak her mind 🗣 @brfootball 

US USA v England 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁥󠁮󠁧󠁿 Virtual Challenge 2020 has been unpredictable. International events have been postponed or canceled. The Rise USWNT’s trip to England was canceled but that hasn’t stopped both squads from partaking in some healthy competition.

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The latest ruling in the USWNT’s lawsuit against U.S. Soccer:

Really good story by @caitlinmurr  on how the USMNT’s failure to make the 2018 World Cup crippled the USWNT’s lawsuit. The women made more because they won more. But had the men qualified for Russia, the pay gap would have been considerable

ICYMI Federal judge has tossed out the USWNT’s equal pay claim. A claim of discrimination based on work practices - travel, support staff - can go forward

JANE MCMANUS | But the tide has turned, and there is an inevitability to the strength of the USWNT’s argument of its own value. @janesports  @lindseydarvin  @wagesofwins  @USWNT 

The badge-less t-shirt commemorating the USWNT’s protest against US Soccer (“4 Stars Only”) has sold in record numbers to fed-up fans. And now the players plan to donate part of the proceeds to workers shut out of canceled April games. Story:

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U.S. Soccer takes a regrettable and demeaning stance on the USWNT’s claim for equal pay, one that will look foolish in the future. U.S. Soccer may win in court, but lose in history. U.S. Soccer knows what right looks like. Why can’t they act right?

Julie Ertz is the USWNT’s most important player, but it’s not because of her goals

USWNT’s forward battle with Carli Lloyd, Christen Press and Lynn Williams intensifies ahead of Olympics


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🎙️ “This is our expectation…” - @ChristenPress  on the @USWNT’s#CWOQ  final win | #WeBelong 

USWNT’s Julie Ertz found out her husband, Zach Ertz, made it to the Super Bowl right after her match today ? (via )

The USWNT’s fight for equal pay goes on.

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Some 1 billion people tuned into the Women’s World Cup this year, making the USWNT’s win even more critical in their fight for equal pay. New from @maggiejmertens :

No team wants to draw the United States women at a World Cup. But, it turns out, every host city really does. Full stadiums, sold-out hotels, buzzing restaurants — the USWNT’s traveling fan support has no comparison at the WWC, city officials told me:

“This is the World Cup. The @USWNT  is here to win, not make friends.” @AlexiLalas  defends the USWNT’s actions in their 13-0 win over Thailand, but cautions it could all come back to haunt them if they don’t win the #FIFAWWC  ⬇️

Did the USWNT’s 13-0 scoreline show bad sportsmanship? No. Would we ask that question to men? Yes. And what about those exuberant goal celebrations for the last few goals? Column: