Significant pay gaps reported by British sport governing bodies.
4 April 2018
"A number of governing bodies across British sport have acknowledged that there is a significant gender pay gap in their organisations, though some insist they are taking steps to narrow it.
Figures from the Football Association show the average hourly pay for a man at the organisation was 23.2% higher than for a woman. The FA said the fact that most of its high-profile coaches were men had a “significant impact” on the figures."
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