These days women in the US are finding it more embrassing to chose soccer for professionalism with a wide discrimination on gender bias. If you begin to scroll the Infographic line by line, you can understand the brewing problem in sports scenario. In the later stage on the Infographics, it depicts the pay rift between sexes in soocer games.
Senior US National Soccer Team players filed a complaint about wage discrimination against U.S. Soccer Federation with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission. The members who did file a complaint were Alex Morgan, Carli Lloyd, Megan Rapinoe, Becky Sauerbrunn and Hope Solo.
The complaint says that women soccer players are paid less when compared to the male counterparts. U.S. women’s national team has experienced great success over the past few years and has won three World Cup and an Olympic championship. In 2015 World Cup, these women players have attracted 26 million viewers and it has been a record in the most watched U.S. soccer game.
The women winning players compared with men receive very less money. The usual bonus awarded to the players who stand in the first second and third place is $75,000, $32,500, and $20,000 in contrast to the men.
Men who stand up winning first second and third end up making huge amounts like $3,90,625, and $260,417, and $52,083.Yearly pay for 20 games, if loss all will be women($72,000), and men($1,00,000) and if all are won, then remuneration will be women($99,000), and men($263,320). The source of this infographic information is picked from statistica.com just to bring it to light the social discrimination between sexes.