Hope Solo Net Worth

Hope Solo Net Worth : $3.3 Million


An American Football Goalkeeper



Source of Wealth

Football, Endorsements

Years of Experience

22 years (approximately)

Date of Birth

July 30, 1981


Majored in Speech Communications from the University of Washington

Marital Status


Hope Solo’s Income & Total Net Worth

The gorgeous goalkeeper of the United States National Soccer team, Hope Solo has an approximate net worth of $3.3 million. Although, the net worth, which Hope has accumulated, is not only from the football but also from her individual and team endorsements. Hope has appeared semi-nude on the cover page of ESPN the Magazine’s “Body Issue”.  She has also beautified the cover pages of Sports Illustrated, Vogue, Fitness, TV Guide, Seattle Metropolitan Magazine, and Newsweek.


Besides soccer, Hope has one more source of wealth, i.e. endorsements. She has sponsorship deals with Gatorade, Simple Skincare, Nike, and Seiko. She entered into a 1-year agreement with Bank of America in 2011.

Along with Steve Nash (a basketball player), she appeared in a TV commercial ad on EA Sports for the promotion of FIFA 12. She also appeared with Alex Morgan in an ad to promote ESPN’s Sports Center.

Hope Solo was also a participant of the 13th season of Dancing with the Stars. In 2012, after the Summer Olympics, she released her autobiography, named “Solo: A Memoir of Hope”, which includes her participation in the reality show Dancing with the Stars, her incidents with former U.S. national coach Greg Ryan, and various other aspects of her life.

Properties: Private Fortune

Hope possesses a stunning home in the town of Kirkland, Seattle worth $1.2 million. This gorgeous 1987 built house is spread in the area of 5,330-square feet, comprising of a dazzling swimming pool, 6-car garage, three commodious bedrooms, four bathrooms, fully geared sports court, and complimentary views of the lofty mountains.




Hope Solo’s Career

Hope was born in Washington and completed her studies from Richland High School. Later, she attended the University of Washington. In her school’s football career, she scored 109 goals leading her team to win a state championship.

Throughout her career, she played for various teams, like WUSA, Saint Louis Athletica, Atlanta Beat, Seattle Sounders Women, Magic Jack, Seattle Reign FC, Olympique Lyonnais, and Philadelphia Charge. Hope’s international career commenced when she got associated with the U.S. national team in the year 2000. Since 2005, she is the first choice of all the team members as a goalkeeper. She has also played the 2007 FIFA Women’s World Cup, 2008 Summer Olympics, and 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup. Her honors and awards include Olympic Gold Medal, Parade Magazine All-American, Washington State Championship, U.S. Soccer Female Athlete of the Year, Hall of Game She’s Got Game Award, FIFA Women’s World Cup All-Star Team, WPS Goalkeeper of the Year, Sports Spectacular Female Athlete of the Year, etc.