Mia Hamm played on the U.S Womens National team at the age of fifteen in 1987.
In 2007, during her first year of eligibility, Hamm was selected for induction into the National Soccer Hall of Fame.
She played for the U.S. Womens National Team
She played on the Womens United States National Team
at age 15,
Mia Hamm was the first woman to play soccer
Her dad was in the Air Force so Hamm grew up as a military brat, living on various bases throughout the world. While the Hamm family was in Italy, Mia learned to play soccer. When the family moved to Texas, Mia Hamm joined her first soccer team at age five. By the time she was 14, she was dominating girls' soccer in Texas and was already being scouted by the US women's national soccer team.This is straight from Mia Hamm's biography in the "Related Links" section
Mia Hamm began playing soccer and other sports at the age of 6. Mia retired from playing soccer in 2004.
She played on the U.S women's national soccer team.