A new equal-pay agreement between the United States men's and women's teams has been hailed as potentially "changing the game around the world".
US Soccer has announced the teams will pool their World Cup prize money, along with their share of television and sponsorship revenues.
"These agreements have changed the game forever in the United States," said US Soccer president Cindy Parlow Cone.
"They have the potential to change the game around the world."
Women's squad players filed a discrimination lawsuit in 2019 and a settlement, which included a $24m (£17.7m) payout, was reached on that earlier this year. US Soccer said the new agreement was "a necessary and critical step to resolution".
"We now await the final approval of the settlement by the class members and the court," it added.
Two-time United States World Cup winner Alex Morgan called the agreement as a "historic" moment.