11 June, 2019 – 22 June, 2019See Tour Schedule >
As the most successful team in international women’s soccer, the United States Women’s National Soccer Team is made up of FIFA World Cup Champions, Olympic Gold Medalists, and Hall of Famers. The 2019 AFE All-Star Soccer Tour brings your family an opportunity to meet these top athletes and learn from the best.
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FIFA Women's World Cup champion, Olympic gold and silver medalist. Named U.S. Soccer Athlete of the Year for 2002, MacMillan played for the United States women's national soccer team from 1994–2006 and was part of the 1999 FIFA Women's World Cup-winning team (commonly known as the '99ers). She won gold with the team at the 1996 Summer Olympics and silver at the 2000 Summer Olympics. In 2016, she was inducted in the National Soccer Hall of Fame. She retired from international play in 2006 and finished her international career with 60 goals and with 175 Caps, the tenth most of any woman in history up to that time. She was the sixth-leading goal scorer in 2005.
Serlenga attended Santa Clara University and finished her college career with 15 goals and 28 assists in 84 matches. She was a two-time First-Team NSCAA All-American and helped the Santa Clara Broncos to four consecutive NCAA Final Fours. A member of the Under-20 National Team pool in 1999, she traveled with the U.S. to the Australia Cup in January 2000, earning her first two caps and scoring her first career international goal against the Czech Republic in helping the U.S. win the tournament. She played in 14 matches with the Women's National Team through the Gold Cup. She was a member of the U.S. teams that won the 2000 Australia Cup, NIKE U.S. Women's Cup, CONCACAF Women's Gold Cup, the Pacific Cup and the DFB Jubilee Tournament. She represented the United States at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia and was a member of the silver medal-winning team. She was a 3 year player for Atlanta Beat 2001-2003 in the WUSA.
A member of the famed 1999 USA World Cup Championship Team, Webber has had a stellar career. An All American, Missouri Athletic Club GK Of the Year, Honda Award Winner Finalist, Soccer America Goalkeeper of the Decade and Hall of Fame member at Rutgers University in NJ. She started her National team career at 17 as a member of the under 20 team. Her Senior Team debut was in 1992 where she would be a mainstay with the US Team for the next 8 years. With a Bronze Medal in the 1995 World Cup, Gold Medal in the 1996 Atlanta Olympics and a Gold in the 1999 World Cup In front of 90,000 people the largest crowd to ever watch a women’s game. Webber played professional for 3 years in Japan for Oki FC where she was named top Goalkeeper of the league. In 2001 as a founding member of the WUSA she played the inaugural season for The Philadelphia Charge. Saskia finished her soccer playing career with her home team The New York Power.
A two-time, All-American high school soccer player in Virginia, Wilson chose perennial women's power, the University of North Carolina, for her collegiate soccer. She was a member of the USA Women's National Team that won a Gold Medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics. The 1996 Olympics was a turning point for United States women's soccer as a whole. "It was surreal playing in the Olympics; the crowds, the energy, everything was incredible. Having played in the 1996 Olympics and winning a gold medal at a young age was beneficial for me now, because I had the experience early on and I can share it with others now.". When it was announced in 1993 that the United States women's national soccer team would field a squad in the 1996 Olympic Games, Wilson knew she had to work hard to make that team. "In every way, you compete in everything that you do. At the same time there is a lot of commitment, teamwork and camaraderie. We set the standard for fitness on the national team back in those days. We set the tone," Wilson said. Her accolades include: UNC-Chapel Hill 3x National Championship 1994, 1996, 1997, ACC All-Time Women’s Soccer Team 2002, Soccer America Collegiate Team of the Decade (1990s) 1999, NSCAA College All-American 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, Soccer News National Player of the Year 1995, & UNC-Chapel Hill # 27 jersey retired 2000. She also won a W-League Championship in 1999 as a member of the Carolina Courage in the WUSA.