The U.S. Women’s World Cup–winning soccer team will earn just 18 cents on the dollar compared to men

The Women’s World Cup soccer team has the world at their feet. Everyone, it seems, except the men who pay the prize money at the governing body FIFA.

The winning American team will receive a maximum of $200,000 each in prize money, including all other prizes along the way, compared with maximum earnings of $1,114,429 each for the men, according to the Guardian. FIFA rules for the World Cup men’s tournament award the winning team $9.375 million, which is divided equally among the 23 players, the Guardian added.

The U.S. Women’s National Team won its record fourth Women’s World Cup title and took home the prize for the second consecutive time, beating the Netherlands 2-0 on Sunday.

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