I think this is interesting, and wonderful ... I seem to remember that the last time this happened, there were some non-supportive comments from some members of the men's team. But I'm not entirely sure and don't have time to look it up. It's worth noting that the current men's team is quite young, and the team back in 2015 (or 16 or whatever) consisted of much older veterans. Progress? (Or a new marketing guru?) Anyway, it makes me think of Andy Murray and his status as a feminist icon!From that SI article linked above.
“The players have also drawn explicit support from men's players, who seem to reject the idea that “market realities” ought to justify USSF not paying women players higher wages. The U.S. National Soccer Team Players Association released a statement on Friday that it “fully supports” USWNT players achieving both equal pay and equal distribution of attributable revenue. Further, it is “committed to the concept of a revenue-sharing model” to sustain more equitable compensation–perhaps along the lines of what was achieved by the Norwegian federation in October 2017. “