Ajax delivers with a collective bargaining agreement for the first time in English women’s football

As Ajax runs in the coming season as the first club to have a tailor-made cba for the female players. The agreement was signed on Wednesday and confirmed by the general director Edwin van der Sar Ko He is from the union ProProf.

The collective bargaining agreement gives the players the same kind of conditions as male players. This will include vacation days, contribution to health insurance and to pay for long-term injuries, are included.

“The Clubs are struggling more, with contracts for the players, as the usual employment law restrictions in the world of sports”, says manager of women’s Daphne Koster on the web site of the Year.

“If we were only to contracts of a year or two, quit, and be a team player, theoretically, in the middle of a season to go.”

The clerk hopes to have other clubs join us in the collective agreement. “With the advent of the collective labour agreement, we can take the next step in the professionalisation of women’s football. Hopefully the other clubs is us.”

The women’s year, to celebrate the gains of THE vessel. (Photo: Pro-Shots)

THE increased previously, the fees for the Oranjevrouwen

Just prior to the world cup in France, and the Dutch fa (KNVB) announced that the commercial fees for the Oranjevrouwen over the next four years, equivalent to be drawn as to the level of that of men.

Ajax finished last season in second, behind the champion club FC Twente in the Eredivisie. Amsterdam’s women won the KNVB cup by PEC Zwolle in the final and beat them.

In the champion’s League for women had ended the season with only nine teams. It had to be the Achilles’29 and, due to financial difficulties, stop it with the female team.

Check out the final standings in the champion’s League for women’s

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