Julie Foudy is a retired professional soccer player and sports analyst best recognized as a reporter and color commentator for women’s soccer telecasts on ESPN. She worked as the U.S. women’s national football team’s co-captain for nine years before becoming captain until she retired in 2004.
Julie Foudy was born on January 23, 1971, in San Diego, CA with the birth sign of Aquarius. According to her date birth, she is at the age of 48. Later on, she was raised in Mission Viejo, Orange County.
She attended Mission Viejo High School where she was listed in the First-Team All-America twice. After her graduation from High School, she attended Stanford University.
The 48-year-old woman is in a marital relationship with boyfriend-turned-husband, Ian Sawyer. Her husband is an established soccer coach, in 1995.
Well, the couple is blessed with their first baby girl Isabel Ann on January 1, 2007. In December 2008, they share their second baby boy, Declan. Currently, they are living a happy married life with their two children.
Julie Foudy has an estimated net worth to be around a million dollar. As per to PayScale, the average salary of a Journalist is $39,484 with a median bonus of $1,944. Their salary generally ranges from $24,000 to $72,000. She might be earning at the same range from her career.
Foudy started her career as a soccer player when she was in High School. From 1987 to 1989, she was honored as the Player of the Year for Southern California for three straight years.
Later, she began playing with the NSCAA All-American at Stanford University where she took the team to the playoffs all four time.
Even, she made four FIFA Women’s World Cup tournaments and also won two FIFA Women’s World Cup in 1991 and 1999. As well as, she won an Olympic Gold Medal in 1996, Silver in 2000, and again won a Gold in 2004.
She joined fellow soccer players Mia Hamm, Joy Fawcett and Brandi Chastain in 2004 in a 10-game ‘ Farewell Tour ‘ that marked the end of what the media called the ‘ Golden Age ‘ of American women’s soccer.