BOLD & GOLD
Two-time FIFA World Cup Champion, Two-time Olympic Gold Medalist with the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team, and Two-time FIFA Women's Player of the Year...
My passion for the game of soccer started at the age of 5 with a dream of one day playing for the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team. I never imagined a journey like this, but I made a decision to dedicate my entire life and sacrifice all that I needed in order to reach the top. Throughout every obstacle in my career, I wanted to continously break barriers & elevate my game no matter how great the pressure...
CL10 SOCCER CLINICS
Improve your game with the CL10 Soccer Clinic, a program I have designed to help players enhance their skills on the field & give some insight into the importnat core values needed to succeed in sport and life!
All of the skills and techniques will be demonstrated by me during the clinic. I will be hands-on in helping you practice these skills throughout the session from start to finish.
Practicing on your own and getting as many repetitions of the correct technique while touching on important core values needed in life will help you to become a better player and person.
KEYNOTE SPEAKING ENGAGEMENTS & EVENTS
With many years of experience at the highest level of international competition, I use examples of my real-life story to inspire, motivate, encourage and lead people from all walks of life.
The lessons learned throughout my journey can be applied to anyone in life.
"If you bring the best version of you every single day, you're ultimately pushing the person next to you to be better & you're bringing out the best in one another."
"Work hard at everything you do. Never give up. Never quit. Many people have talents but without the hard work you won't get anywhere."
CL10 Merchandise Store
I am excited to invite you to check out my store and latest arrivals! Whether your favorite item is an inspirational t-shirt, a soft and cozy hoodie or if you're looking for my CL10 accessories, you can find it all in my store!
My News & Other Stories
Opinion: Carli Lloyd keeps on grinding after injury because that's what Carli Lloyd does
Cut from the Under-21 team in 2003, Lloyd has spent the rest of her career outworking, out-training, out-intensifying everyone. Which is no small thing on a team that has won the last two World Cups and boasts so much talent that those left off coach Vlatko Andonovski’s roster for the Tokyo Olympics could probably contend for a medal, too.
“She’s coming off a knee scope and playing 90 minutes. I think that’s incredible,” Andonovski said. “It was just a good example for some of the younger players in terms of what it takes to be on the next level.”
Lloyd rebounds from knee injury to play a full 90 for US
loyd last played in the 2020 SheBelieves Cup. She did not play for her National Women’s Soccer League team, Sky Blue, in last summer’s Challenge Cup tournament or the league’s fall series. She also missed the national team’s final camp of 2020 and a match against the Netherlands.
“She’s coming off a knee scope and playing 90 minutes. I think that’s incredible,” coach Vlatko Andonovski said. “She did a great job, assisted on two goals, helped us win the ball back, played for 90 minutes in high tempo. I think it was just a good example for some of the younger players in terms of what it takes to be on the next level.”
Carli Lloyd teaches, awes kids (and parents) at clinic in Mays Landing
Along with developing techniques such as juggling, dribbling, turns, foot skills and mental habits on and off the field, each athlete received a CL10-themed T-shirt, drawstring bag and an autographed photo of Lloyd, who is from Delran, Burlington County, and played at Rutgers University.
Lloyd called the parents over to thank them for bringing their kids. She told them to encourage the boys and girls to keep working on the drills and that it was nice to have some normalcy during this unique year.
CL10 has had camps across New Jersey, Pennsylvania, New York and one in California since about 2008.
Lizette Slimm and her husband, Bill, traveled from Nazarareth, Pennsylvania, to bring their daughter Lily, 12, to the camp.
“My daughter is completely inspired by Carli Lloyd,” said Lizette, who noted her daughter was giving her thumbs-up from the field to indicate she was enjoying herself. “We wanted to give her this opportunity. … She is super excited to be here, and so are we.”