Alyssa Naeher Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A Soccer player, her Income, Salary, Stats, Family, Age

Alyssa Naeher Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A Soccer player, her Income, Salary, Stats, Family, Age

Facts of Alyssa Naeher Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Career: A Soccer player, her Income, Salary, Stats, Family, Age

Net worth$5 Million
Date of Birth:1988 April 20
First NameAlyssa Michele
Last NameNaeher
Age:36 years old
Birth Nation: United States
Height: 5 Feet 9 Inch

A popular American professional soccer player, Alyssa Michele Naeher has an estimated net worth of $5 million as of 2024. Alyssa plays as a goalkeeper for the NWSL club "Chicago Red Stars" and the "United States Women's National Team".

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Income Source of Alyssa Naeher-

Alyssa has made almost every bit of her fortune from her career as a professional soccer player. It is reported that Alyssa has an estimated net worth of $5 million. As of 2024, Alyssa earns $255,783 while playing Chicago Red Stars, and also earns an additional $100,000 in bonuses based on her performance.

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Assets and Properties of Alyssa Naeher-

Alyssa prefers keeping her personal life including her assets & properties private. To date, no details regarding Alyssa's house, cars, insurance, or any other assets have been revealed as of March 2024. Any further information regarding Alyssa's assets and properties will be updated.

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The Career of Alyssa Naeher-

Alyssa Naeher's career in professional soccer has seen her play for several teams, starting with the Boston Breakers in the Women's Professional Soccer (WPS) league. Drafted in 2010, she quickly made an impact, becoming the first goalkeeper chosen in that year's WPS draft. During her time with the Breakers, Naeher achieved her first shutout against the Atlanta Beat. Despite the Breakers finishing second in the standings, they lost in the Super Semifinal to the Philadelphia Independence.

After the 2011 WPS season, Naeher moved to Germany to play for Turbine Potsdam in the Bundesliga. In her first season with Potsdam, she played a significant role in their victory in the 2011–12 Frauen-Bundesliga. She returned to Potsdam for another season before signing with the Boston Breakers again in 2013 for the inaugural season of the National Women's Soccer League (NWSL).

Her standout season came in 2014 when she played every minute for Boston and earned the Goalkeeper of the Year award, setting a record with 106 saves in 24 games. In 2015, she was traded to the Chicago Red Stars, where she continued to excel, earning Player of the Month and Player of the Week honors.

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Internationally, Naeher's career with the United States Women's National Team (USWNT) began with success at the U-20 level, winning the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2008. She made her senior team debut in 2014, earning a shutout in her first appearance. Naeher was part of the USWNT roster for the 2015 World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympics, where she became the team's starting goalkeeper after Hope Solo's departure.

Her most notable achievements with the USWNT came in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup, where she played every minute of the tournament, helping the team secure their second consecutive World Cup title. In the knockout stages, she made crucial saves against France and England, securing victories for the USWNT.

Naeher's success continued into the 2020 Summer Olympics, where she played a key role in the USWNT's bronze medal finish. She was instrumental in the quarterfinals, saving three penalties against the Netherlands.

In 2023, Naeher was named to the USWNT roster for her third World Cup appearance. Despite her heroics, including saving a penalty kick, the United States was knocked out in the Round of 16. Off the field, Naeher comes from a soccer-oriented family with a twin sister, Amanda, who also played soccer. She is of German, English, and French Canadian descent and identifies as a Christian.

Naeher's achievements have also been recognized in popular culture, as she was featured in the FIFA video game series starting with FIFA 16. After the USWNT's 2015 World Cup win, Naeher and her teammates were honored with a ticker tape parade in New York City and received keys to the city from Mayor Bill de Blasio. Later that year, they were also honored by President Barack Obama at the White House.

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Personal Life and Family of Alyssa Naeher-

She was born on April 20, 1988, in Bridgeport, Connecticut, United States. She is the daughter of John Naeher (Father), and Donna Lynn Naeher (Mother). Alyssa has a twin sister, Amanda Naeherand a younger sister Abigail NaeherAlyssa is currently single and she prefers keeping her private life

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Alyssa Naeher's: Engagement in Online World-

Alyssa is socially active on different social media platforms. As of March 2024, she is followed by 217k followers on Instagram, and 95.5k followers on Twitter

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