Global Rise: Women's Soccer Transfer Market Booms

The global rise of women's soccer is evident through increasing transfer fees and international player movement. Bay FC set a record with a $788,000 transfer fee for Racheal Kundananji, highlighting the growing investment in the sport. This trend signifies greater resources and opportunities for female players across the globe.


PTI | Paris | Updated: 06-06-2024 15:39 IST | Created: 06-06-2024 15:39 IST
Global Rise: Women's Soccer Transfer Market Booms
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The global rise of women's soccer is increasingly evident in the dynamic transfer market, marked by soaring fees and international player movement.

Bay FC shattered records by acquiring Zambian forward Racheal Kundananji for a staggering $788,000, epitomizing the burgeoning investment in women's soccer. The Orlando Pride followed suit, securing Zambia's Barbra Banda for $740,000. Such transactions indicate not just the rising value of players but also the expanding resources of women's clubs.

'It's really amazing to see the growth,' remarked U.S. captain Lindsey Horan, who plies her trade in France for Lyon.

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