The United States women's soccer team's offer for equal pay was rejected by a court, with the judge rejecting players' claims that they were underpaid compared to men.
The lawsuit was filed by 28 players from the women's national team last year against the US Football Federation (USSF).
They were seeking $ 66 million (£ 52.8 million) in damages under the Equal Pay Act.
Molly Levinson, a spokesman for the players, said he planned to appeal the decision.
"We are shocked and disappointed," said Levinson. “We will not give up our hard work for equal pay.
"We are confident in our case and firm in our commitment to ensure that girls and women who practice this sport are not less valued just because of their sex."
Federal judge Gary Klausner has allowed players to receive unfair treatment for travel, housing and medical care for the trial, which is scheduled for June 16 in Los Angeles.
In making its decision, the court said: "The women's team received more, both accumulated and on average per game, than the men's team during the class period."