Julie Foudy, U.S. National Soccer Hall of Famer
This week’s conversation is with Julie Foudy, a former Captain of the USA Women’s Soccer Team.
Julie had a sensational soccer career while playing on the USA National Team for 17 years. She was a captain for 13 of her 17 years with the team winning two Olympic Gold Medals and two World Cups.
Julie finished her National Team career with 45 goals, 59 assists and 273 international appearances (caps) for the USA.
Her 273 caps rank fourth in the world all-time, male or female.
Julie was inducted in the US National Soccer Hall of Fame in 2007, alongside longtime teammate and friend, Mia Hamm. Julie and Mia were only the 6th and 7th women ever to be inducted into the Hall of Fame and the first and only ALL FEMALE induction class.
Julie is now a television analyst and reporter for ESPN and the founder of the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy.
She also recently launched her new podcast, Laughter Permitted in March of 2019. Author of Choose to Matter: Being Fabulously and Courageously YOU.
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