“I’ve always had the desire to play abroad,” said Lloyd, the co-captain of the U.S. women’s team. “And this is pretty much the year to do it.”
London (AFP) – FIFA Women’s Player of the Year Carli Lloyd has joined Manchester City on a short-term contract, the English club announced on Wednesday. The 34-year-old United States captain arrives from the Houston Dash and will play in the 2017 Spring Series, the FA Women’s Cup and the Women’s Champions League. Show More Summary
FIFA player of the year Carli Lloyd is joining English women's champion Manchester City
World Cup winner and Fifa World Player of the Year Carli Lloyd signs for Manchester City Women on a short-term deal.
BBC Sport takes a look at the two-time reigning Fifa World Player of the Year Carli Lloyd's career following her arrival at Manchester City Women.
Man City sign Carli Lloyd Picture evidence has spilled out on social media showing the Man City have made a big move in the world of women’s football. Two-time FIFA Player of the Year Carli Lloyd has reportedly agreed a short-term contract to play with Man City in the FA Women’s Super League. 34-year-old Lloyd is expected […]
A person with knowledge of the deal says reigning FIFA Women's Player of the Year Carli Lloyd will sign a short-term contract to play for Manchester City
United States and Houston Dash midfielder Carli Lloyd was crowned as The Best FIFA Women's Player of 2016 on Monday at an awards ceremony in Zurich, Switzerland. FIFA provided confirmation of the 34-year-old's achievement, a year onShow More Summary
It’s a great accomplishment for Lloyd, who captures the award for the second time. But the list of nominees was truly outrageous. For the second time in a row, Carli Lloyd has been named the top player in women’s soccer, earning The Best FIFA Women’s Player award on Monday. Show More Summary
Coach Jill Ellis has called 29 players into the first women’s national soccer team training camp of 2017, to be held Jan. 13-23 at the StubHub Center. The roster is topped by Carli Lloyd, a world player of the year candidate; midfielders Megan Rapinoe, Tobin Heath and Morgan Brian; forwards Crystal...
Carli Lloyd, the U.S. World Cup hero and FIFA women’s player of the year, will miss three to six weeks with a knee injury, according to her National Women’s Soccer League team. Lloyd was injured early in the Houston Dash’s 3-1 away defeat against the Orlando Pride on Saturday. An MRI exam Monday revealed a […]
Gaelle Enganamouit, Amandine Henry, Kim Little, Carli Lloyd and Becky Sauerbrunn are nominated for the BBC Women's Footballer of the Year award.
I’ve worn a U.S. Soccer uniform for 12 years and have done so proudly. I’ve had some of the greatest moments of my life — winning two Olympic gold medals and the 2015 Women’s World Cup — wearing that uniform. So when I joined four teammates in filing a wage-discrimination complaint against U.S. Show More Summary
"I think that we've proven our worth over the years," Carli Lloyd says of the team that's been ranked No. 1 in the world since last July.
Mexico’s Javier “Chicharito” Hernandez and American Carli Lloyd were named Friday as 2015 Players of the Year by the Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF). Voting was equally weighted among each member association’s national team captains as well as fans and a media panel. The result […]
Carli Lloyd is not Cristiano Ronaldo's biggest fan. That much she's made quite clear with her Twitter activity over the last few years, with anti-CR7 posts such as "Love when Ronaldo gets upset" and "Ronaldo doesn't even come close to...Show More Summary
Carli Lloyd won the Women’s Ballon D’Or last night, but she suffered a bit of embarrassment on her dream night. The Houston Dash midfielder was crowned the Women’s Player of the Year, posing for pictures next to the winner of the men’s award, Leo Messi. But backstage, Llyod’s social media activity came back to haunt […]
Last year, Carli Lloyd nailed a hat trick that brought World Cup victory to the U.S. Women's National Team, and last night, she casually got her recognition as FIFA's Women's World Player of the Year. Posing with men's winner Lionel Messi, Lloyd wore a red strapless gown, presciently forgoing gold... More »
Carli Lloyd was adjudged the FIFA Women’s Player of the Year 2015 and it is a fitting tribute to her for her outstanding exploits on the field.
Lloyd and Ellis were named the player and coach of the year in women’s soccer. Lionel Messi received his fifth Ballon d’Or as the top male player.