Heather O'Reilly. She will continue playing for FC Kansas City in the NWSL. U.S. women's national team midfielder Heather O'Reilly has announced her retirement from international soccer after a 15-year run with the team. Heather O’Reilly will retire from soccer at the end of this National Women’s Soccer League season, ending a 17-year career which has included numerous individual and team honors.

Heather O’Reilly has announced her retirement from international soccer.

When Mia tweeted about my retirement announcement last week and called me a legend, I laughed at the irony. Heather O’Reilly’s retirement marks the end of a truly legendary career.

We know she isn’t done yet!

Heather O’Reilly announced her international retirement on Thursday. Her current club, the North Carolina Courage, will celebrate her career at Saturday’s home match against the Orlando Pride. Sep 15 2016. Heather O'Reilly Announces Retirement.


Midfielder / USWNT.

We’re truly thankful to have one last season with her. Heather Ann O'Reilly (born January 2, 1985) is an American former professional soccer player who played as a midfielder.

One summer day in East Rutherford, N.J., a fire started inside of me.

The 31-year-old is calling it a career with the national team, having earned 230 caps for the U.S. since debuting in 2002.

"I have spent nearly half my life in … She played for the United States women's national soccer team (USWNT), with whom she won three Olympic gold medals and a FIFA Women's World Cup.From 2003 to 2006, she played college soccer for the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Her message made me think back on the nearly half of my life that I’ve spent as … By Heather O'Reilly. Her message made me think back on the nearly half of my life that I’ve spent as … U.S. women’s national team midfielder Heather O’Reilly has announced her retirement from international soccer after a 15-year run with the team. No …

Heather O'Reilly announces retirement from USWNT Goal.com September 1, 2016, 10:37 AM After 230 caps, three Olympic gold medals and a Women's World Cup title, Heather O'Reilly … She announced her retirement from international soccer last week. It was June 19th, 1999, and the Women’s World Cup was about to begin.

O’Reilly’s last international match will be Sept. 15 against Thailand in Columbus, Ohio. When Mia tweeted about my retirement announcement last week and called me a legend, I laughed at the irony.

United States women's national team veteran Heather O'Reilly announced her retirement from international soccer on Thursday.. O'Reilly, 31, has been a member of the USWNT since 2002. Sep 15 2016. By Heather O'Reilly.

United States women's national team great Heather O'Reilly announced Friday that she will retire at the end of the soccer season in a post on social … It’s rare that a player can bring so much joy to fans and players alike on and off the field.

O’Reilly was an alternate for the Rio 2016 Olympics, at which the U.S. women’s national team bowed out in the quarterfinals for the first […]

FILE - In this Sept. 20, 2015, file photo, United States midfielder Heather O'Reilly celebrates after scoring a goal against Haiti during the U.S. Women's World Cup soccer victory tour, in Birmingham, Ala. U.S. women's national team midfielder Heather O'Reilly has announced her retirement from international soccer after a 15-year run with the team. O’Reilly has spent the past two seasons with […] Heather O'Reilly prepares to play in her final match as a member of the USWNT on Thursday versus Thailand in Columbus.