FIFPRO Urges FIFA to Provide Parity Between Men’s and Women’s World Cup Conditions
The global professional football players’ union (FIFPRO) has urged FIFA to ensure parity in prize money, travel conditions, training venues and facilities between the men’s and women’s World Cups.
The letter was sent to FIFA president Gianni Infantino a month before the start of the 2022 Men’s World Cup.
FIFPRO highlighted how female players earned just under 7% of what their male counterparts collected during the 2018 Men’s World Cup and 2019 Women’s World Cup.
In order to help boost the level of domestic football around the world, they proposed that at least 30% of prize money should go to players competing in the tournaments and that there should be a collective agreement for protecting these commitments.
Sources at FIFA have confirmed they are aware of FIFPRO’s request and an announcement regarding prize money for the Women’s World Cup will be made soon.
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