Soccer legend Kristine Lilly will be at the Paramount Theater in Rutland on 7 p.m. on May 18 to give a talk to aspiring athletes and fans about her experiences as a professional soccer player. This will be a great opportunity for kids and adults alike to hear a little bit more about Lilly’s personal life, and all about what she had to accomplish in order to get her spot on so many distinguished teams. Her story is both an exciting and inspiring one, so people can rest assured that they won’t be disappointed if they choose to attend.
The five-time World Cup player spent 24 years as a part of the United States National Women’s team, and she was even the captain of it from 2005 through 2007. She joined the USNMT when she was still in high school and played alongside other greats such as Mia Hamm and Julie Foudy. In addition to that, she has participated in three summer Olympic games in Atlanta, Sydney and Athens where the team won two gold medals and one silver. Since retiring from the game as a player, Lilly continues to be involved as she is the assistant coach to her former National Women’s Soccer League team, the Boston Breakers.
She will be in Rutland in mid-May to speak to her many fans about the exciting career she has had as a professional soccer player. Between playing in an American league, on a national team, and an Olympic team she will have plenty of material to discuss.
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Watch Kristine Lilly speaking about her soccer career: