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Christie Pearce Rampone has been elected to the National Soccer Hall of Fame.
The U.S. Women’s National Team icon was surprised with the honor by former teammate Abby Wambach.
“There’s nobody else that deserves it more“- @AbbyWambach— National Soccer HOF (@soccerhof) June 9, 2021
Congratulations Christie, you’re going to be a Hall of Famer.
From one @USWNT Legend to another, Abby Wambach('19) was there to surprise @christierampone with the moment. #NSHOF21 pic.twitter.com/EHovXWgR9z
Rampone boasts the second-most USWNT caps with 311 international matches, starting in 272 of those appearances. The legendary defender acquired two World Cup titles and three Olympic gold medals in her 19 years with the national team.
Rampone will be inducted into the Soccer Hall of Fame on Oct. 2 in Frisco, TX.
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