England women’s football team players are set to receive a £4,000 pay increase following negotiations with the Football Association. The players central contracts will rise from £16,000 to £20,000 a year. The new deal will be confirmed in the next few days, also the amount of hours a player can work a week in a secondary job has gone up from 18 to 24 per week.

  1. Women's Soccer United 10 years ago

    82′ Nobbs replaces J.Scott / Clarke replaces Aluko / Duggan replaces White

  2. Hiroshi Tabata 10 years ago

    Good news but I’m slightly confused. Do these players with central contracts also get paid by their own clubs? Or these are given to the players (I guess national team players) who don’t have professional contracts with their clubs?

    Interesting to know how differently each federation supports their players financially in women’s game. In Japan this central contract doesn’t exist although they get paid for the time they spend with national team. Also only handful players have professional contracts with their clubs. Otherwise you need a day job.

  3. Women's Soccer United 10 years ago

    I am glad they were able to reach an agreement.

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