Players in Australia's women's league reach collective bargaining agreement

A collective bargaining agreement for the players of the W-League, Australia's women's league, has been approved by Football Federation Australia and women's union members, effective for the league's 10th season, which begins later this year.

Included is a minimum salary of $8,000, up from as low as $48 a week last season. In the past, some Australian players made nothing as the league minimum spending a club was required to make went on foreign players. Many Americans spent the NWSL offseason in Australia.

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