Kristine Lilly

Lilly in 2015
Lilly with the Boston Breakers in 2010
Lilly (left) with Mia Hamm in St. Louis, 1998

American retired soccer player.

- Kristine Lilly

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North Carolina Tar Heels women's soccer

The North Carolina Tar Heels women's soccer team represent the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in the Atlantic Coast Conference of NCAA Division I soccer.

North Carolina Tar Heels celebrate winning the 2006 Women's College Cup.
Mia Hamm won numerous awards with the Tar Heels
Yael Averbuch, ACC Defensive Player of the Year in 2006

Kristine Lilly – 1991

Women's United Soccer Association

The world's first women's soccer league in which all the players were paid as professionals.

The twenty founding players were Michelle Akers, Brandi Chastain, Tracy Ducar, Lorrie Fair, Joy Fawcett, Danielle Fotopoulos, Julie Foudy, Mia Hamm, Kristine Lilly, Shannon MacMillan, Tiffeny Milbrett, Carla Overbeck, Cindy Parlow, Christie Pearce, Tiffany Roberts, Briana Scurry, Kate (Markgraf) Sobrero, Tisha Venturini, Saskia Webber, and Sara Whalen.

United States women's national soccer team

The United States women's national soccer team (USWNT) represents the United States in international women's soccer.

USWNT at a parade in their honor after the 2019 Championship
A ticker tape parade in Manhattan celebrating the USWNT's 2015 World Cup victory

Dorrance gave national team appearances to teenage players, including future stars Mia Hamm, Julie Foudy, and Kristine Lilly, instead of the college players preferred by the federation, and called into camp the first African-American player on the team, Kim Crabbe.

Boston Breakers

American professional soccer club based in the Boston neighborhood of Allston.

Boston Breakers, 2009
Boston Breaker, Amy LePeilbet, defends against the Saint Louis Athletica
Two pillars at the southern part of the colonnade at Harvard Stadium

During the WPS national team player allocation on September 16, 2008 the Breakers acquired Heather Mitts and former Breakers players, Kristine Lilly and Angela Hucles.

Cap (sport)

Player's appearance in a game at international level.

Various international honours caps

The world record holder for the highest number of international caps as of 5 November 2010 is retired American player Kristine Lilly, who has 354 caps.

List of women's footballers with 100 or more international caps

This list summarizes women's association football players with 100 or more international appearances.

Christine Sinclair of Canada is currently the most capped active women player with 310 caps in international football
Kristine Lilly of the United States is the all-time highest international capped player with 354 caps.

The all-time leader in senior caps, Kristine Lilly of the United States, had 354 caps and retired from international football on 6 January 2011.

KIF Örebro DFF

Swedish women's football club based in Örebro.

Before a match in September 2014

Notable former players include Americans Kristine Lilly, Kate Markgraf, and Christie Welsh; they played for the club in 2004 under Pia Sundhage.

Women's Professional Soccer

The top-level professional women's soccer league in the United States.

The players who made up the 2011–2012 WPSPU Executive Committee were: Eniola Aluko, Rachel Buehler, Allison Falk, Leslie Osborne, Christie Rampone, Becky Sauerbrunn, Cat Whitehill, and Kristine Lilly (member emeritus).

2003 FIFA Women's World Cup

The fourth edition of the FIFA Women's World Cup, the quadrennial championship of women's association football teams organized by FIFA.

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Qualifying countries

Kristine Lilly volleyed a shot from 20 yd in the 28th minute and was followed by a Cindy Parlow header for a 2–0 halftime lead.

Pia Sundhage

Swedish football coach and former professional player.

Sundhage in 2013
United States women's national team at the 2012 Summer Olympics

Her relationship with the Boston Breakers led United States Women's national team captain Kristine Lilly and fellow USWNT player Kate Markgraf joining her in the Swedish Damallsvenskan when Pia coached KIF Örebro DFF from 2005 to 2006, after a brief stint with Kolbotn IL in 2004.