This year, the United States Women’s National Team is competing in the FIFA Women’s World Cup in an attempt to become the first team in history to win three consecutive tournaments in a row. In addition, another well-known figure in the world of athletics has offered his assistance to the group as they strive to achieve legendary status.
This week, the United States women’s soccer team will begin play at the 2023 FIFA World Cup. Tom Brady, a great quarterback who has won seven Super Bowls, has written a message on social media pledging his support for the squad as they attempt to “three-peat.”
“Team USA is gearing up to do something I was never able to pull off, a three-peat,” Brady remarked in a video that was posted by Fox Soccer. “I just wanted to send a little shoutout to our team as they prepare to compete in their third consecutive World Cup. We have all gathered here at home to watch and cheer for you guys as you compete.
Given that there is a gap of four years between each tournament, a three-peat at the World Cup would be an accomplishment that would be even more impressive than it would be in most other sports. It is not an easy undertaking to maintain dominance over such a significant amount of time.
The United States of America got off to a solid start in their competition on Friday night by defeating Vietnam with a score of 3-0, thanks in large part to a strong effort in the second half of the game. Although we’re off to a good start, there’s still a very long way to go.