The United States women's football team have been compared to tennis "pioneers" by Serena Williams amid a reported fight for equal pay.
"Equal pay for equal play" is the motto after Adidas announced their bonus payout for this year's Women's World Cup.
The United States Women's National Team will enter the 2019 Women's World Cup as favorites following Saturday's draw.
The United States will meet Thailand, Chile and Sweden at the Women's World Cup, while Scotland, Argentina and Japan will face England.
It marks the eighth consecutive World Cup appearance for the U.S., which won titles in 1991, 1999 and 2015.
Jaelene Hinkle said the U.S. Women's National Team's jersey that commemorated Pride Month went against her Christian faith.
At issue is an 18-year-old finalist for 2017 female player of the year who hasn't even competed at the sport's highest levels.
The USWNT star, described as "highly impaired," was ejected from a restaurant at Epcot. "I will learn from this," she wrote.
Australia – backed my prime minister Malcolm Turnbull – are bidding to host the Women's World Cup in 2023.