Julie Foudy is a famous American two-time Olympic gold medalist, two-time FIFA Women’s World Cup champion, author, and former soccer midfielder. Nowadays Julie is serving for selected company initiatives as a spokesperson and features reporter.
Also, Julie delivers commentary, covering, and digital features for ESPN’s women-focused brand, such as hosting Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy, the hit espnW podcast.
Before that, Julie was a player for the United States women’s national soccer team. Furthermore, she worked as the co-captain and captain of the team and completed her international career with 274 caps. In 1997 Foudy was honored with the FIFA Fair Play Award.
Julie Foudy Age
Julie Foudy was born in San Diego, California, United States, in 1971, on 23rd January, and nowadays she is 50 years old.
Julie Foudy Height
Foudy stands at a moderate height of 5 feet 6 inches ( Approximately 1.68 m ).
Julie Foudy Family
She was born in San Diego, California bu her supportive and hardworking parents brought her up in Mission Viejo, California, United States. Julie has not disclosed any details concerning her siblings and parents due to her secretive nature thus this info will be updated as soon as Stanford University alumni publicizes them.
Julie Foudy Husband
She is cheerfully wedded to her handsome and hardworking husband named Ian Sawyers who works as an American soccer coach. Julie and her husband Ian exchanged their vows in 1995.
Julie and Ian are proud parents of two amazing kids named Delcan who was born in December 2008 and Isabel Ann who was born in January 2007.
Through the Julie Foudy Sports Leadership Academy Julie and her husband worked on other soccer-development projects and also they have conducted youth soccer camps jointly.
Julie Foudy Education
She studied at Mission Viejo High School where she completed her high school studies in 1989. She was a two-time First-Team All-American while she was schooling there. In the 1980s she was named the Los Angeles Times High School Player. From 1987 to 1989 in Southern California, she was named the Player of the Year.
Afterward, she enrolled at Stanford University where she graduated in 1992. From 1989 to 1991 she was honored as the Stanford Cardinal women’s soccer Player of the Year. Julie completed her collegiate career with 136 points, 52 goals, and 32 assists in 78 appearances.
Also, she was awarded multiple awards, Junior Athlete Award, the Stanford Outstanding Freshman Award, and Sophomore Award.
Julie Foudy Salary
Julie receives an annual salary of $ 105,712 and this is according to ESPN hosts’ salary.
Julie Foudy Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $4.5 million US dollars and her career as a host at ESPN is the primary source of her income.
Julie Foudy Career
Presently Julie is working for ESPN’s women-focused brand where she delivers commentary, pieces, and digital features, such as hosting Laughter Permitted with Julie Foudy, the hit espnW podcast Julie offers a series of episodes to her viewers.
Furthermore, for ESPN studio programs such as SportsCenter and Outside the Lines Julie delivers personality-driven features. Also, she works for ESPN’s U.S. National Women’s Team as the lead game analyst and college soccer reports.
Previously, Julie worked for ABC, ESPN, and ESPN2 as the lead television voice where she brought reports of the quadrennial FIFA Women’s World Cups. She first served as a studio analyst for ESPN of the 1998 FIFA World Cup from France and brought live reports to ESPN2 and ESPN.
Furthermore, she worked for unprecedented coverage of the UEFA European Football Championship 2008 as a studio analyst at ESPN. Julie served at ABC and ESPN as a general assignment reporter and reported on the 2010 FIFA World Cup in South Africa.