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. My journey has had many ups and downs, but throughout every obstacle in my career, my relentless pursuit to be BETTER.EVERY.DAY has helped me continiously elevate my game no matter what the circumstances are or how great the pressure is...
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 important 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
CARLI LLOYD: COMPETITOR, WINNER, LEGEND
Consider that between the time she debuted for the USA (six days before her 23rd birthday) and her 30th birthday, Lloyd scored 36 international goals. Since turning 30, she has scored a remarkable 98 goals in 179 games over a span of a little less than nine and-a-half years.
No player in the history of international soccer has scored more goals after her 30th birthday than Lloyd.
Only 17 female players are credited with scoring 100 or more international goals. If Lloyd can average a goal per game over her last two international matches, she would hit 100 goals scored AFTER THE AGE OF 30, and that might be one of the more remarkable achievements of her legendary career.
Lloyd is the oldest player ever to score a goal for the USA and has reset the record with every score. Her most recent goal – against Paraguay on Sept. 21 -- came when was she was 39-years-and-67-days-old.
USWNT'S CARLI LLOYD LIGHTS UP SCOREBOARD WITH FIVE GOALS IN FIRST FAREWELL MATCH
The reality is the 39-year-old Lloyd is ready to walk away. She now has just three games left with the national team, beginning with Tuesday’s contest, also against the Paraguayans, in Cincinnati (7:30 p.m. ET, FS1 and the FOX Sports App).
She’ll then play a few more times for Gotham FC in her native New Jersey as the club closes out the NWSL season. Then that’s it. There won’t be a comeback. She’s not changing her mind.
"I think you just get to a point where you get tired of being away from home," she said. "I just want to live life."
U.S. WOMEN’S NATIONAL TEAM LEGEND CARLI LLOYD ANNOUNCES RETIREMENT
Lloyd, 39, ends an historic international career that began in July of 2005 (a few days before she turned 23) when she debuted against the Ukraine in Portland, Oregon. She currently has 312 caps, which is second all-time in U.S. and world history behind only Kristine Lilly (354). Lloyd is one of just four international soccer players to play 300 or more times for her country.
“I would like to thank U.S. Soccer for helping to provide the opportunities and memories that will last a lifetime. I am forever grateful to have represented the crest and to be able to play for my country for the last 17 years,” said Lloyd. “I will continue to support and cheer this team on and continue to find ways to help grow the game and inspire the next generation.
“To end my career knowing my family was able to be by my side and share this last chapter with me could not have been any more special. We will all have a lot more time to spend together now, and especially with my husband Brian, who has been my rock and biggest support system for all these years. We are both looking forward to starting this next chapter of our lives without my everyday grind of training and playing, but I will most likely need to another outlet for my competitiveness! Perhaps that will be golf?”
Through her 312 caps to date, the USA has an overall record of 257-17-38, a winning percentage of 88%. She appeared for the USA in three different decades, at four World Cups and in four Olympic Games. She played in 25 World Cup matches and 22 Olympic matches, passing Kristine Lilly for the most games played for a USWNT player in world championship events. She has started 239 of her 312 caps, coming off the bench 73 times, and served as team captain in the latter part of her career.