The 2019 World Cup in France saw the US triumph in the final against the Netherlands. Alex Morgan and Megan Rapinoe (the girls on the cover, ed.) won the title of best scorers in the tournament by scoring 6 goals each.
The National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL) is considered the best women’s football league in the world. However, wages are limited, forcing most players to bet everything on their sponsors to significantly increase their revenue at the end of the month. Here are the top 10 wages in women’s football.
Lucy Bronze (200,000 euros gross per year)
Having arrived in 2017 in Lyon from Manchester City, Lucy Bronze is an English footballer, a regular defender of her national team and semi-finalist of the last World Cup. With revenues estimated at around €16,700 gross per month, Lucy Bronze is in tenth place in the standings.