Carli Lloyd – Football For Peace

Carli Lloyd

Nationality: American

Age: 40


Goal: Supporting Wellbeing and Tackling Inequality

Club: Central jersey splash, New Brunswick Power, South Jersey Banshees, New Jersey, Wildcats, Chicago Red Stars, Sky Blue FC, Atlanta Beat, Western New York Flash, Houston Dash, Manchester City, NJ/NY Gotham Fc, 316 USA Caps

American soccer player and two-time Olympic gold medalist. Formerly a Manchester City player, she scored the winning goals in the 2008 Olympics and 2012 Olympics, earning two gold medals for the US—the first player, in either gender, to score a gold medal-winning goal in two Olympics. In the 2015 World Cup, she earned the US team a gold. She represented the US at three FIFA Women’s World Cup tournaments, and was named the top player of the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. She is still commended for her magnificent hat trick in a championship game. She has played over 230 matches for the US national team and scored over 90 goals. She published a best-selling memoir in 2016 titled ‘When Nobody Was Watching.’ In 2017, President Obama named her a member and co-chair of the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition.

Carli Lloyd is a women’s footballer well known for working closely with the charity ‘the american charity for diabetes’. She is also passionate about education and children’s healthcare. She took part in Soccer Aid 2022 as members of Team World XI to raise money for UNICEF. Carli has supported Football for Peace and participated in an FfP Unlocking the Power of Football Symposium in 2019 with the United Nations in New York alongside other athletes, UN Official and dignitaries.

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