FIFA prez sees bigger boost to WWC prize money

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Two time World Cup winner Mia Hamm joins ESPN at halftime of the USWNT’s first Victory Tour game to discuss the legacy of the 2019 champions. PASADENA, Calif. — A month after pledging to double the prize money for the 2023 Women’s World Cup to $60 million, FIFA president Gianni Infantino said Saturday that he believes the organization will exceed that goal.
“We have until 2023 to discuss about the prize money,” Infantino said. “I think we need to market it as well in a certain way. I’m very confident, I’m sure we can go higher than doubling.”
On vacation in California, Infantino spent Saturday as part of the largest domestic crowd to…

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