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USWNT players earn up to $120K in Concacaf bonuses under new CBA

Emily Fox, Lindsey Horan, Becky Sauerbrunn and Andi Sullivan look on during the match against Haiti as part of the Concacaf W Championship. (Jaime Lopez/Jam Media/Getty Images)

The USWNT won the Concacaf W Championship on Monday, maxing out the money they’ll receive in bonuses under the team’s new CBA.

The team’s collective bargaining agreement was ratified in May, with the team achieving equal pay with the men’s team in a landmark deal. Part of the deal included team bonuses for appearances and wins.

For each appearance made in the tournament, players made $10,000. On top of that, they each received a $14,000 game bonus. As a result of them playing in — and winning — all five games this tournament, each player will receive $120,000. That number marks a 68 percent increase from the amount that players earned in the 2018 tournament.

By and large, it will likely be the largest bonus earned by a woman’s team this summer for winning an international tournament. Reports have indicated that England could earn more than £72,000 per player if they win the Women’s European Championship, while France is offering a bonus of £20,000 per player if the team wins the tournament.

On top of their tournament money, the USWNT will also receive money made from the team’s two friendlies against Colombia, adding an additional $26,000 in bonuses and bringing the total to $146,000 during the international window.

Not included in the number is the players’ per diem payments, which have also been equalized under the new CBA.

With their Concacaf win, the team has now qualified for both the World Cup and the Olympics.