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Megan Rapinoe Net Worth: $2 million
Megan Rapinoe Biography
Megan Anna Rapinoe is an American professional soccer player, professionally known as the Megan Rapinoe. She currently plays in the National Women's Soccer League as a midfielder / winger for the Reign FC. She is also the club's Captain. Prior to that, she has played for Chicago Red Stars, Philadelphia Freedom, MagicJack, Sydney FC, Seattle Sounders Women and Olympique Lyon. She helped win gold at the 2012 London Olympics and the 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup for the U.S. women's national football team. Since 2018 she has been co-captain of the US Women's National Team. She is the recipient of the 2011 ESPY Award for Best Play of the Year given by ESPN. Her Instagram has over 540k followers.
What is Megan Rapinoe Famous For?
- Win Gold with U.S. Women's National Team at 2012 London Olympics and 2015 FIFA Women's World Cup.
- The first player to score an Olympic Goal, male or female, at the Olympic Games.
- Kneeling in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick on many occasions during the National anthem.
- Members of New York City's first women's sports team to be celebrated with a ticker-tape parade.
Where was Megan Rapinoe Born?
On 5 July 1985 Megan Rapinoe was born. Her real name is Anna Rapinoe Megan. She was born to Jim Rapinoe, a father and Denise Rapinoe, a mother. Her birthplace is in the United States, in Redding, California. She holds American citizenship. She has 5 children.
She attended Foothill High School where she played as a freshman and sophomore in track, as a junior, sophomore, and senior in basketball. Single secondary school semester she was on honor roll. As a junior and senior, she was named All-American Parade and National Soccer Coaches Association of America (NSCAA). In 2004, she was also called to the All-American Game at McDonald.
In 1999 she played for the Northern California State Olympic Development Program (ODP) Under-14 team, as well as in 2002 for the national ODP team.
From 2002 to 2005, she played her youth career for the club team Elk Grove Pride.
Upon high school, Rachael and her fraternal twin sister both received full scholarships at the University of Portland in Portland, Oregon. With an 88-point career of 30 goals and 28 assists, she ranks 10th in the school's history. She forgets to enter the Women's Professional Soccer Draft during her senior season at Portland.
Chicago Red Stars, Philadelphia Independence, magicJack
The Chicago Red Stars picked her in the 2009 WPS Draft, with the second overall selection.
She spent two seasons at Red Stars, and in 2009 was named to the All-Star Team of the league.
She signed in December 2010 with expansion team Philadelphia Independence after the Red Stars cessation of operations.
She has appeared for the Philadelphia Independence in four games. She'd been sold to magicJack.
She helped magicJack advance into the final of the championship, where her former club Philadephia Independence beat them by 2-0.
In October 2011 the WPS voted to terminate the magicJack franchise. Rapinoe became free agents, among several other players. In early 2012 the league suspended operations.
Sydney FC, Seattle Sounders Women, Olympique Lyonnais
In October 2011 she signed as a guest player for two games with Australian W-League team Sydney FC.
During the summer of 2012 she signed with the Seattle Sounders Women.
In January 2013 she signed six months with French club Olympique Lyonnais.
She made her UEFA Champions League debut on 20 March 2013 against FC Malmo during the first leg of the 2012-13 quarterfinal.
When Lyon faced German side Vfl Wolfsburg on 23 May 2013, she became the fifth American woman in history to appear in a Champions League final. In the final, Lyon was defeated with 1-0.
In all competitions for Lyon she scored 8 goals in 28 matches.
Seattle Reign FC
In 2014 she signed on to the Seattle Reign FC.
While she only played approximately half of the 2013 season (12 out of 22 regular-season games), she was the Reign's top scorer with five goals.
She helped the Reign win a regular season title for the league (NWSL Shield) and progress to the final championship. They were defeated in championship final by Kansas City.
During the team's first match against Western New York Flash of the 2015 season, she scored her first career hat-trick.
Prior to that, she played for the U16 and U19 national soccer teams in the United States.
She made her senior debut in a friendly match against Ireland in July 2006 for the US women's senior team.
She missed the FIFA Women's World Cup in 2007 and the Beijing Olympics in 2008 because of separate ACL injuries.
She got the 122nd-minute assist that resulted in an equalizer goal in the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup quarterfinals against Brazil. Team USA finally beat Brazil in a penalty shootout. The goal in the last minute set a record for the latest goal ever scored in a game. For this, she has won the 2011 ESPY Award for Best Play of the Year from ESPN. Team USA have finished in the competition behind Japan as a runner-up.
At the 2012 Olympic Games in London, she carried Team USA to win a gold medal. In the final, they beat Japan 2–1.
She is the first athlete, male or female, to score an Olympic goal against Canada at the Olympic Games.
Honor and Awards
Redding's hometown Rapinoe honoured her with a parade following the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup. Redding called “Megan Rapinoe Day” 10 September.
2012 Harry Glickman Female Athlete of the Year.
2012 Board of Directors Award for raising visibility among LGBT people in sport by the Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Center.
2013 Player of the Algarve Cup tournament 2013.
Inducted in December 2014 to Shasta County Sports Hall of Fame.
Who is Megan Rapinoe Married to?
She was in a relationship with Australian football player Sarah Walsh in July 2012. The pair have been dating each other for 5 years, and their relationship ended in 2013.
She then dated recording artist Sera Cahoone for Sub Pop. In August 2015 they engaged. Yet in 2016, their relationship ended.
She later dated player Sue Bird of the Seattle Storm.
At an international game against Thailand in September 2016, she gained national attention for kneeling during the national anthem. She previously knelt in the same month during Chicago's national anthem game against the Red Stars. She kneeled in solidarity with Colin Kaepernick in an attempt to draw awareness about social inequality.
In March 2019, she, along with 27 of her US Women's soccer colleagues, filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Soccer Federation accusing her of gender discrimination, demanding equal pay.
What are Megan Rapinoe Body Measurements?
Megan Rapinoe is 1.7 m tall i.e. 5 feet tall and 7 inches tall. She's developed athletic body.
Quick Facts Of Megan Rapinoe
|Celebrated Name||Megan Rapinoe|
|Nick Name||Megan Rapinoe|
|Birth Name||Megan Rapinoe|
|Place Of Birth||Redding, California|
|Sisters||Twin sister Rachel Rapinoe|
|High School||Foothill High School|
|University||University of Portland, Oregon, United States Santa University, California, United States|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Source of Wealth||Football Career|
|Salary||Will Add Soon|
|Current Team||Seattle Reign FC|
|Body Measurement||34-24-35 in.|