Carli Lloyd played her final game with Gotham FC last year, but the two-time FIFA World Cup champion is already coming back — this time, as an owner. “I feel like I still had more to give and I was really excited about the direction the club was going,” the New Jersey native told Front Office Sports.
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Carli Lloyd is retired from soccer, but perhaps the United States women’s national team legend has her eyes set on another spot. The former American striker went viral a couple of years ago, when she made a 50-plus yard kick during an Eagles practice. Many speculated that Lloyd could...
Former USWNT star Carli Lloyd has joined the ownership group of Gotham FC, the National Women's Soccer League team she played for.
The former USWNT star retired from playing professionally in 2021.
HUDSON COUNTY, N.J. - New Jersey native Carli Lloyd is returning to pro soccer — this time as a part-owner of her former team. The two-time FIFA Player of the Year has joined the ownership group of NJ/NY Gotham FC of the National Women's Soccer League, the club announced on Wednesday.
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Two-time FIFA Player of the Year Carli Lloyd is re-joining NJ/NY Gotham FC as a minority owner, six months after retiring from the game.
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Former Gotham FC and United States Women's Soccer Team (USWNT) star, Carli Lloyd, rejoined her former club as a minority owner. She joins a group led by majority owners Tammy and Phil Murphy along with other minority owners, Kristin Bernert, Karen Bryant and Ed Nalbandian. Llyod states Gotham has always...
NJ/NY Gotham FC announced former USWNT and Gotham star Carli Lloyd as their newest minority owner on Wednesday. A New Jersey native and Rutgers University alum, Lloyd joins the ownership group that includes majority owners Tammy and Phil Murphy and minority owners Kristin Bernert, Karen Bryant, and Ed Nalbandian. The...
Carli Lloyd has a new title: Team owner. Lloyd, the Delran native who retired last year after a Mount Rushmore-level career in women’s soccer, has purchased a minority share of the NJ/NY Gotham FC of the National Women’s Soccer League. The team was Lloyd’s final stop in a journey that started at Rutgers and included two World Cup and two Olympic gold medals.