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The U.S. Women’s National Team Players Association serves as a leading advocate for women’s soccer players, pioneering a new era of women’s soccer as a preeminent sport. Our primary mission is to protect the rights of USWNT players and to advance and safeguard the economic and social welfare of all USWNT players, both on and off the field. We are committed to raising the level of women’s soccer domestically and continuing to grow the game worldwide.

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.

Executive Committee

Becky Sauerbrunn

Becky Sauerbrunn


Crystal Dunn

Crystal Dunn

Vice President – Secretary

Tierna Davidson

Tierna Davidson

Vice President – Treasurer


Becca Roux

Executive Director

Annie Reid

Director, Strategic Partnerships & Business

Jeida Mitchell

Director, Operations & Marketing

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One Nation

The Women’s National Team has always been a force to be reckoned with on and off the field of play. They have inspired and represented the nation with grit and grace, from their first major tournament win in 1991 to the trailblazing accomplishments of today.

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Latest Updates

Learn more about the most recent stories of the work our membership is up to off the field.


USWNT honored with Arthur Ashe Award for Courage

The USWNT Already Earned Their Biggest Win of the Year — Over Equal Pay, Not Soccer


USWNT Blazing a Trail for Mothers in Sports

The USWNT, perhaps more so than any other team, fought to codify support and protections for moms in soccer.


The History Makers and the Groundbreakers

How the US became women’s soccer’s dominant force.