Australia players union demands World Cup prize-money parity

FILE PHOTO: A flag with the logo of the Women's World Cup France 2019 flies beside two others in front of the FIFA headquarters in Zurich, Switzerland March 13, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann

MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australia’s soccer players union have launched a campaign calling for prize-money parity at the women’s and men’s World Cups, and offered support for the country’s footballers to take legal action against global governing body FIFA. The winning team at the women’s World Cup in France, which starts on Friday, will receive $4 […]

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