Abby Wambach played for the University of Florida. She won an NCAA National Championship and four consecutive SEC Championships. She was named Freshman of the Year, first-team All-SEC for 4 years, two-time SEC Player of the Year and twice received SEC Tournament MVP. She led to Gators to the NCAA Final Four as a senior and set the school’s career record for assists, points, game-winning goals and hat tricks.
The second overall draft pick in the WUSA, Abby Wambach went on to play for the Washington Freedom where she was named MVP after winning the Founders Cup III playing alongside Mia Hamm. At the 2011 ESPY awards, Abby was awarded the Best Play award.
She was on the 2004 winning Olympic team in Athens and has played in the Algrave Cup, the 2007 Women’s World Cup, 2008 U.S. Olympic Women’s Soccer Team and the 2011 World Cup. Abby Wambach is the four time winner of the U.S. Soccer Federations U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year award. She is sponsored by Nike, Gatorade and MVP Health Care. Abby is available for fundraisers, satellite media tours and sports clinics.
In addition to being an Olympic level athlete, Wambach uses her influence to inspire others. Her new book Wolfpack captures all of the ideas that she shared in her viral 2018 Barnard College Commencement Speech, and describes her personal journey. In Wolfpack, Wambach challenges others to make failure your fuel, lead from the bench, champion each other, and demand the ball. By using her platform to create equality and empower others, Wambach is changing the game.
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TO WORK WITH ABBY WAMBACH: Celebrity soccer star Amy Wambach can be hired for endorsements and events in roles such as corporate appearances, endorsements, speaking and autograph signing.