Julie Foudy Biography
Julie Foudy is an illustrious American author, retired soccer midfielder, two-time Olympic gold medalist in the United States of America, and two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup champion. As of now, she serves as a spokesperson and a features reporter for selected company initiatives. Moreover, she provides digital features, commentary, and reporting for ESPN’s women-focused brand.
Julie Foudy Age
Julie Foudy was born on 23rd January 1971, in San Diego, California, United States. She is 51 years old.
Julie Foudy Height
Foudy is a woman of moderate stature and stands at the height of 5 feet 6 inches (approx. 1.68 m).
Julie Foudy Family
Julie Foudy was born in San Diego, California, and brought up in Mission Viejo, California, United States of America. Nonetheless, there is available information with respect to his parents or siblings.
Julie Foudy Education
Julie joined Mission Viejo High School and graduated in the year 1989. While there, she was a two-time First-Team All-American and was named the Los Angeles Times High School Player of the 1980s. Also, from 1987–1989, she was named the Player of the Year in Southern California for three straight years. Later, she enrolled at Stanford University and graduated in 1992.
Julie Foudy Husband
She is gladly married to her lovely husband called Ian Sawyers, an American soccer coach. The adorable couple married in 1995 and they share two stunning children named Isabel Ann and Declan.
Julie Foudy Career
As of now, she works as one of espnW’s primary voices, providing digital features, reporting, and commentary for ESPN’s women-focused brand. Additionally, she hosts the hit espnW podcast, Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy. She also provides personality-driven features for ESPN studio programs such as SportsCenter and Outside the Lines.
Prior to that, Julie worked as the lead television voice for, ESPN2, ABC, and ESPN. She brought coverage of the quadrennial FIFA Women’s World Cups for the three stations. Julie brought live coverage to ESPN and ESPN2 and joined ESPN serving as a studio analyst of the 1998 FIFA World Cup from France.
Originally, Julie played for the United States women’s national soccer team. She also served as the team’s captain as well as the co-captain and finished her international career with 274 caps. Furthermore, Julie was the first woman and the first American to earn the FIFA Fair Play Award in the year 1997.