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Spanish first division female footballers conduct first ever strike over pay

Megan Rapinoe says she takes pride in seeing the Matildas' equal pay deal with the FFA, and uses it to encourage the same for the USWNT.

The first-ever strike in Spanish women's top-flight football went ahead on Saturday after failed negotiations for a first collective agreement.

The players' union (AFE) and clubs' associations (ACFF) were locked in talks for 13 months without success.

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Players demanded improved conditions and pay but clubs argued they could not meet the players' terms, claiming they could not afford it and that a consequence would be the...


Spanish federation to pay part of women players' wages to avoid strike

Players of FC Barcelona women celebrate
Players from Barcelona's women's team would be part of a planned strike in the Primera Division Iberdrola.

Spain's soccer federation (RFEF) has pledged €1.15 million to help pay the salaries of women's top-flight players in order to try to prevent a planned strike, it said on Wednesday.

The decision followed a meeting between the players and RFEF president Luis Rubiales.

"The RFEF will pay a part of the salary of players in the Primera Division Iberdrola in order to unblock the stand off that currently exists between clubs and athletes," said an RFEF statement.

"The RFEF will guarantee a minimum...

Spanish first division women footballers announce strike over improved rights

Players from Spain's top division have said they will go on strike in November.

The football players in the Spanish women's first division have announced they will go on strike indefinitely, starting on Nov. 16, after failed mediation between their union and the clubs.

Players are demanding improved rights, such as a guaranteed minimum €16,000 salary, to be covered in the event of an injury, and a pro-pregnancy program.

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Women's Football Clubs (ACFF) and the players' union (AFE) were unable to...


Spanish first division women footballers strike as negotiations over pay stall

Spain women line up for their World Cup round-of-16 clash with USA
Spain women line up for their World Cup round-of-16 clash with USA.

The football players in the Spanish women's first division have announced they will go on strike indefinitely because of a deadlock in negotiations regarding the improvement of their rights.

A total of 188 female players from the 16 clubs of the Primera Iberdrola, Spain's top division, met on Tuesday evening in Madrid, and voted, with 93% in support of a strike going ahead.

A statement from the players' union (AFE) read: "The footballers have decided to go on strike in view of the situation regarding...

Any questions how the U.S. will bounce back from mistakes? Not anymore

REIMS, France -- For all the goals, celebrations and wins of the past two weeks, the World Cup in some ways began Monday for the United States with a mistake.

Not a cataclysmic error or a failure of character. Just a mistake.

But World Cups can turn on one mistake. This one, resulting in the U.S. allowing its first goal in 674 minutes, didn't. Not yet.

With the ball at her feet, the place where she has the best claim to being among the best goalkeepers in the world, Alyssa Naeher picked the wrong...