“We are pleased with the expeditious schedule that has been set by the court and we are eager to move forward this case,” Molly Levinson, spokeswoman for the players, said Tuesday. “We very much look forward to the trial in May 2020 when the players will have their day in court.
“We have every confidence that these world champion athletes will get what they legally deserve — nothing less than equal pay and working conditions.”
US Soccer declined to comment.
The suit alleges US Soccer’s payment practices amount to federal discrimination by paying women less than men “for substantially equal…