Mia Hamm joined the US national team at age 15. She attended college at the University of North Carolina.
Mia Hamm started playing on the women's US Soccer Team in 1987.
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 started playing soccer when she was nine but she was 15 before she was in the women's soccer team and she was the youngest player to this day
20-7= 13... 13 people joined the softball team
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he has a prep talk with his team
She used to play for the U.S soccer team...
at age 15,
No, but she coached one!
Mia Hamm used to play for the US Women's soccer team. She is retired now. She wrote a book called Go For The Goal. It tells a lot about her team, teammates, the rules of soccer and it contains an inside story on the 1999 Women's World Cup.
on the American team her shirt number was #9
Mia Hamm of course!
Mia Hamm retired from professional soccer in 2004. She is currently a global ambassador for the FC Barcelona team.
She played on the U.S women's national soccer team.
her coach enjoyed her most on the team! she respected him
No, She was born in Alabama and played for the United States Soccer Team
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Mia Hamm played on the U.S Womens National team at the age of fifteen in 1987.
Mia Hamm's favorite movie is 'Dare to Dream: The Story of the U.S. Women's Soccer Team'. This is because she starred in that movie!
She is known as one of the best soccer players in history. She led the us Women's soccer team to the Olympics.
Mia Hamm is a retired soccer player that played for the United States women's national soccer team. The amount of missed goals that she made is not stated, but the amount of goals that she made was 158.