IS A TEAM SPORT
The USWNT Players Association relies on the work of our executive committee, players, dedicated employees and others. Together we protect our players, impact the game and enhance opportunities, not only for today, but also for tomorrow.
Vice President – Secretary
Vice President – Treasurer
Director, Strategic Partnerships & Business
Content & Community Manager
MEET OUR PARTNERS
From social impact to licensing and sponsorships, we couldn’t have the impact we seek without the collaboration of our partners.
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We stand with our sisters at the National Women’s Soccer League Players Association and our collective goal of protecting our players in our work to ensure a safe and equitable workplace for all and achieving compensation that enables NWSL Players to make a living playing football alone.
Kiva and the USWNT Players Association are working together to expand financial access to small businesses in the U.S. Founded in 2005, Kiva provides crowdfunded loans to more than 4 million people across the globe. Over 80% of Kiva borrowers are women and the funding supports projects in entrepreneurship.
Enhancing the game also means optimizing our players’, and the industry’s economic potential through additional marketing efforts. One Team Partners provides us exclusive group licensing services, helping grow off-field revenue that supplements our players’ on-field earnings.
To capture the essence of our players as champions and activists in an innovative way, we turned to Prophet, a global brand, marketing and experience innovation firm. Through its unique capabilities across strategy, design, digital and insights, Prophet helped us develop the OOSA brand.
Springbox, Prophet’s digital agency, helped bring to life the USWNTPA and OOSA brands by designing and developing our website. Springbox helps activate Prophet’s world-class CX, marketing and brand strategy work with its deep expertise in digital experience creation and demand generation.
The Collective Bargaining Agreement between the United States Soccer Federation (USSF) and the US Women’s National Team Players Association (USWNTPA) sets out the terms and conditions of employment for all soccer players playing on the US Women’s National Team, as well as the respective rights and obligations of the USSF and USWNTPA. The first CBA for our Players Association was ratified in 2000.