31 Facts About Aly Wagner


Aly Wagner is a two-time Olympic gold medalist and two-time FIFA Women's World Cup bronze medalist.


Aly Wagner has worked for Fox Sports, CBS Sports and ESPN as a soccer analyst.


Aly Wagner is an owner of USL Championship club Queensboro FC and a founding owner and co-chair of the National Women's Soccer League expansion club awarded to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2023.


Aly Wagner helped the Panthers win the Central Coast Championship as a sophomore and senior.


Aly Wagner was named CCS Player of the Year as a junior and senior and was selected as League MVP during her freshman, sophomore and junior years.


Aly Wagner was named as the Northern California Student-Athlete of the Year and Presentation Scholar Athlete of the Year the same year.


Aly Wagner began playing with the United States women's national soccer team in 1998, while still a freshman at Santa Clara University.


Aly Wagner played in 23 games for the Broncos, starting 21, and scored 10 goals with 12 assists.


Aly Wagner was named Second-Team NSCAA All-American, First-Team All-WCC and the WCC Freshman of the Year.


Aly Wagner was awarded the 2002 Hermann Trophy as the top collegiate soccer player in the country and the Today's Top VIII Award as a member of the Class of 2002.


Aly Wagner won the Honda Sports Award as the nation's top soccer player.


Aly Wagner was the number one pick at the 2003 WUSA Draft by the San Diego Spirit.


Aly Wagner played in all 20 matches during the season, scored two goals and recorded four assists.


Aly Wagner was named to the All-WUSA Second Team following the season.


Aly Wagner made her debut for the Breakers in a June 19,2004 exhibition match against the Washington Freedom in Blaine, Minnesota.


In 2005, Aly Wagner scored twice in three games for Olympique Lyonnais in the French First Division.


In 2009, Aly Wagner began playing midfielder for the Los Angeles Sol of Women's Professional Soccer.


On January 14,2010, Aly Wagner announced her retirement from professional soccer due to injuries.


Aly Wagner competed for the United States women's national soccer team from 1999 to 2008.


Aly Wagner made appearances in 131 international matches, scored 21 goals and made 42 assists.


At the 2003 FIFA Women's World Cup in the United States, Aly Wagner made four appearances including three group-stage matches and the semi-final match.


Aly Wagner played in four matches including three group-stage matches and the semi-final match, helping the US win gold.


In 2007, Aly Wagner was selected by head coach Greg Ryan for the 2007 FIFA Women's World Cup in China and competed in the third-place play-off match against Norway.


Aly Wagner is among the top ten players of the United States women's national soccer team in providing assists.


Aly Wagner provided more assists than goals which is not unusual for a midfielder; however, a ratio of 42 assists to 21 goals is unmatched by any other player in the top ten assist providers of the United States women's national soccer team.


Aly Wagner was part of the Fox Sports broadcast team for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.


Aly Wagner is an owner of soccer club Queensboro FC, which fields teams in USL Championship and USL W League.


Aly Wagner is a founding owner, co-chair, and alternate league board representative for the NWSL expansion club awarded to the San Francisco Bay Area in 2023.


Aly Wagner had helped organize a group of former USWNT players to lobby the NWSL for a team, and was credited with convincing Sixth Street Partners CEO Alan Waxman to have the fund lead investment in the bid.


In December 2006, Aly Wagner married Adam Eyre, a former soccer player at Santa Clara University who played briefly for the New England Revolution of Major League Soccer.


Aly Wagner gave birth to triplet boys in August 2013 and a daughter in December 2015.