Players for the Netherlands' men's and women's sides will be paid the same after the KNVB announced an equal pay agreement, much to the delight of Arsenal striker Vivianne Miedema.
The new agreement will come into play from July 1 ahead of the 2022-23 season, with Dutch football's governing body the KNVB working on the collective deal since 2019.
They hope that the agreement will see TV rights increase for women's football and follows similar approaches taken recently by the United States and Spain.
England already had a collective deal in place since 2020, with women's football set for centre stage at Euro 2022, which starts on July 6.
"We have worked hard towards this and now it is a historic step for Dutch women's football," said Jan Dirk van der Zee, who is a KNVB director and responsible for women's football.
"The win at Women's Euro 2017, a place in the final at the World Cup 2019 and participation in the Tokyo Olympic Games means the Orange Lionesses have become an integral part of the Dutch football landscape.
"We want to emphasise that with this important step."
Vanaf 1 juli betaalt de KNVB de speelsters van de OranjeLeeuwinnen dezelfde oranjepremies als de mannen. https://t.co/cmjwODfoxo— KNVB (@KNVB) June 20, 2022
Miedema will lead the line at Euro 2022 and is the Netherlands' all-time top scorer, across both the men's and the women's teams.
The Arsenal forward is also the leading scorer in the history of the Women's Super League (74), while her 33 assists take her to 107 goal involvements in 89 appearances in the competition.
Miedema, writing on Twitter, expressed her delight at the KNVB equal pay agreement.
"What a day to be Dutch Equal pay!! Been working closely together with the KNVB to achieve this historical milestone in women's football. Onto a brighter future together," she said.