Hope Solo Net Worth 2022: Fun facts, Salary, House, Cars, Age, height, Wiki

Hope Solo Net Worth:$3 Millions 

Net Worth:$3 Million
Date of Birth:1981-07-30
Height:5 ft 8 in (1.75 m)
Profession:Football player
Nationality:United States of America

Hope Amelia Solo is an American former soccer goalkeeper. She was a goalkeeper for the United States women’s national soccer team from 2000 to 2016, and is a World Cup champion and two-time Olympic gold medalist.

Hope Solo Net Worth: Hope Solo is an American former professional soccer player and spokeswoman who has a net worth of $3 million. From 2000 to 2016, Solo was the goalkeeper for the United States National Soccer team.

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The salaries for female sports stars are nothing like those for men. The majority of Hope’s net worth has been derived from endorsement deals given to her individually (as well as Team USA endorsements) with companies such as Nike, Gatorade, Simple Skincare, and Bank of America. This is especially applicable after the success of the Team USA female soccer team in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup.

Solo has won two Olympic Gold Medals, which the U.S. team earned in the 2008 Beijing Games and the 2012 London Games, and as of 2016, she held U.S. goalkeeper records for wins (153), shutouts (102), longest undefeated streak (55 games), and consecutive minutes played (1,256), to name a few. In 2011, Hope competed on “Dancing with the Stars,” coming in fourth place, and she published the autobiography “Solo: A Memoir of Hope” in 2012.

Hope Solo Net Worth 2022: 

NameHope Solo
Net Worth 2022$3 Million
Annual Salary$500k
ProfessionFootball player
Zodiac SignLeo

Hope Solo net worth is around $3 millions. She is considered one of the top female goalkeepers in the world and has made headlines not just for her on-field accomplishments, but also for her long history of controversy. From assault charges to some incredibly bad sportsmanship, this is the dark side of Hope Solo.

Hope Solo Real Estate: 

In 2012, Solo paid $1.2 million for a 5,330 square foot home in Kirkland, Washington. She sold the 3-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home for $1.75 million in 2016. The property includes a swimming pool, sports court, and mountain views.

Hope Solo Wiki:

Full nameHope Amelia Solo[1]
Date of birthJuly 30, 1981 (age 40)
Place of birthRichland, Washington, U.S.
Height5 ft 9 in (1.75 m)
Youth career
1996–2000Richland High School

Hope Amelia Solo was born on the 30th of July 1981, in Richland, Washington, the United States. Her mother’s name is Judy Lynn while her father Jeffrey Solo is an Italian-American Vietnam War veteran. As a child, Solo’s father taught her how to play soccer. Her mom and dad got divorced when she was only 6 years old. Solo grew up alongside three siblings, a half-sister Teresa Obert and two brothers Marcus and Dave.

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When Solo was around 7 years old her dad Jeffrey was charged for abduction after taking Solo and Marcus to a Seattle hotel for some days rather than carrying them to a baseball game as promised. Moving onto her education, Hope Solor completed her high school graduation from Richland High School in 1999. While studying there she was one of the lead members of the soccer team and used to play a forward.

During the Richland school, she made several records including, 109 goals, and helped the team to league titles in the years 1996, 1997, and 1998. By the time she was in her senior year, Solo helped the team-leading her team to a state championship and had been named a Parade” All-American twice. She became a team member of the soccer and played for the Three Rivers Soccer Club as well around the same time.

After graduation from high school, Solo earned a degree in major in speech communications from the University of Washington in 2002. When Solo completed her degree, she was the team’s all-time leader in saves, shutouts, as well as goals-against average. She was an All-Pac-10 selection all 4 years of university and found herself on the list of NSCAA All-Americans in 2000, 2001, and 2002.

Club Career: After college, Hope joined the Philadelphia Charge after being selected fourth overall in the 2003 WUSA Draft. Solo played in eight games during her first season, and the WUSA folded after the 2003 season. Hoerelocated to Göteborg, Sweden, in early 2004 and began playing for the Swedish Premier Division team Kopparbergs/Göteborg FC.

In 2005, she played for the French First Division team Olympique Lyonnais. After returning to America, Hope played for the Saint Louis Athletica from 2009 to early 2010 and was named WPS Goalkeeper of the Year and U.S. Soccer Female Athlete of the Year during her time on the team. After the Saint Louis Athletica folded, she joined the Atlanta Beat, and at the end of her first season with the team, she had surgery on her right shoulder.

Solo signed with magicJack (formerly the Washington Freedom) in 2011, but the team lost its franchise in October, and the WPS suspended operations a few months later because of financial and legal problems. Hope then joined the Seattle Sounders Women, and in January 2013, she was allocated to the Seattle Reign FC for the first season of the National Women’s Soccer League.

She had to sit out half the season due to wrist surgery, and in October of that year, she transferred to Manchester City W.F.C. in England. Solo returned to the Seattle Reign in 2014, and she was named to the Second XI team after the season ended. In 2016, she played on the national team at the Rio Olympics, and after she said that Sweden’s team “played like cowards,” she was suspended, and her national team contract was terminated.

International Career: 

Hope played on U.S. junior national soccer teams, then joined the senior U.S. national team in 2000. In 2004, she was a member of the national team at the Athens Summer Olympics as an alternate, but she became the team’s primary goalkeeper in 2005. Solo was the United States’ starting goalkeeper at the FIFA Women’s World Cup in 2007 and the Beijing Summer Olympics in 2008, helping her team win a gold medal when they defeated Brazil 1–0. In 2011, she played in the FIFA Women’s World Cup again and won a Golden Glove award and a Bronze Ball award, and in 2012, she helped the U.S. team win another gold medal, this time at the London Summer Olympics. In 2013, Hope underwent surgery on her left wrist and couldn’t play for three months, and in 2015, she helped lead the U.S. team to victory at the FIFA Women’s World Cup and took home the Golden Glove trophy.

Hope Solo Husband, childrens, Personal Life: 

Hope married former football player Jerramy Stevens on November 13, 2012, after two months of dating. The day before the wedding, Stevens was arrested on suspicion of assault after Solo was injured during an altercation, but he was released the next day due to insufficient evidence. Hope and Jerramy welcomed twins Lozen and Vittorio on March 4, 2020.

In 2014, Solo was one of the celebrities whose nude photos were leaked on the internet after several iCloud accounts were hacked, and in June of that year, she was charged with assault in the fourth degree after being arrested for allegedly attacking her half-sister and nephew. The charges were dismissed in January 2015, then reinstated in October 2015 and dismissed again in May 2018.

Hope is passionate about philanthropy, serving as a representative of the Women’s Sports Foundation and supporting the Boys and Girls Club and Street Soccer USA. In 2011, she participated in Bank of America’s “Let’s Run Together” charitable campaign at the Chicago Marathon, resulting in $5,000 being donated to the Seattle Humane Society in her name.

Awards and Honors: 

In 2009, Solo was named WPS Goalkeeper of the Year and U.S. Soccer Female Athlete of the Year, and she was named the Sports Spectacular Female Athlete of the Year in 2013. In 2012, she received a Do Something Award, Hall of Game She’s Got Game Award, and a Phoenix Mercury Woman of Inspiration award. Hope won the FIFA Women’s World Cup Golden Glove in 2011 and 2015, the FIFA Women’s World Cup Bronze ball in 2011, and the CONCACAF Women’s Gold Cup Golden Glove in 2014. She was named the CONCACAF Women’s Goalkeeper of the Year in 2015 and the IFFHS World’s Best Woman Goalkeeper in 2012, 2013, 2014, and 2015.