Tim Howard

Soccer

  • 2000
Name: Tim Howard
Sport: Soccer
Position: 
Goalkeeper
Height: 6'3”
Hometown:
North Brunswick, N.J. 
Club: Everton (England)

Career Highlights:

  • In 2001 became the youngest person to receive MLS Goalkeeper of the Year
  • Made Olympic roster in 2000
  • EPL Goalkeeper of the Year in 2004
  • Golden glove at 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup
  • U.S. Soccer Athlete of the year in 2008
  • World Cup Man of the Match vs. England with eight saves in 1-1 draw in 2010 FIFA World Cup
  • Recorded 100th cap against Nigera on June 7, 2014, becoming just the 15th player in U.S. Men's National Team history to reach 100. 
  • All-time leader in caps and wins by a U.S. Men's National Team goalkeeper
  • One of five players to play every minute of the 2010 FIFA World Cup
  • 210 consecutive starts in the Premier League for Everton from 2007-2013

Fun Facts: Appeared on the cover of ESPN Magazine prior to the 2010 World Cup ... Drafted by the Harlem Globetrotters in 2009 ... Suffers from Tourette Syndrome and was named to the Board of Directors of the Tourette Syndrom Association of New Jersey in Novemenber 2001 ... Broke two bones in his back in a FA Cup game against Oldham Athletic and continued to play to the final whistle ... He has two children, Jacob and Alivia  

Learn more: 
U.S. Soccer

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