Kristine Lilly is a retired American soccer player who played for the USA Women’s National team for 23 years. She is the most capped soccer player in the history of the sport (men’s or women’s) earning an incredible 345 caps for her country and scoring 130 goals in the process. Kristine won two World Cups, two Olympic Gold medals and one Silver medal. She has made an everlasting impact on women’s soccer and women’s sport.
Coerver Coaching is very proud to have a long standing relationship working with Kristine, as a young player, all the way through her career and as a coach.
Our Co-Founder Alf Galustian spoke to her ahead of International Women’s Day to ask about the importance and benefits of soccer for women, female role models, and how we can attract more women into the sport.
Check out what she shared with us below!
Kristine Lilly on International Women’s Day:
Kristine Lilly on the benefits of soccer for women:
Kristine Lilly on the importance of female role models:
Kristine Lilly on attracting more young women to the sport:
To read more about Kristine’s amazing career click here.
For more information about International Women’s Day click here.