US Women's National Soccer Team sues sport's governing body for gender discrimination

The scathing lawsuit, filed in California federal court on International Women's Day, comes after years of public battles from the USWNT for equal pay and conditions.
0:29 | 03/08/19

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The US women's national soccer team has filed a discrimination lawsuit against the US soccer federation the lawsuit includes all 28 members of the team including the players. They'll head to France this June to compete in the World Cup. The complaint alleges gender discrimination and a number of levels including salaries field conditions and travel accommodations. And the players are seeking class action status which means a lawsuit would represented all current. And former members of the women's national team since February of 2015.

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