Who Is Hope Solo Married To? Hope Solo Husband, Children, Height, And More

Who is Hope Solo?

Hope Amelia Solo is an American former soccer goalkeeper. She was a goalkeeper for the United States women’s national soccer team between 2000 and 2016. He is a World Cup Champion and a two time Olympic gold medalist. She was a Philadelphia Charge player in the Women’s United Soccer Association. 

Who Is Hope Solo Married To?

Hope Solo is married Jerramy Stephens, an ex-American football player. They were married in August 2012, when she returned from the Olympics. Stevens was charged with assault after an altercation that left Solo hurt. Stevens was released the very next day after a judge found no evidence to warrant his arrest. Hope Solo married Jerramy Stevens in November 2012. They have two children. 


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Who is Hope Solo’s Husband?

 Hope Solo’s husband, Jerramy Ryan Stephens. He is a former American football tight end. He played college football at Washington. The Seattle Seahawks picked him in the first round, 2002 NFL Draft. Jerramy was a player for both the Seahawks as well as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. 

Hope Solo Children 

Hope Solo announced that she and her husband were expecting twins in December 2019, after their 2012 marriage. Their babies were born on the 4th of March 2020, they announced. Their children were named Lozen Oriana and Vittorio Genghis. Hope moved to Europe in order to play for top division leagues in France and Sweden when the WUSA folded her first season. From the years  2009 to 2011, she played in the Women’s Professional Soccer (WPS) for Saint Louis Athletica, Atlanta Beat and magicJack. 

Hope Solo Height 

Hope Solo was born on 30th July 1981, in  Richland, Washington. She is 175cm tall. She is 40. Judy Lynn Solo and Jeffrey Solo are her parents. Her father is an Italian American Vietnam War veteran who taught her the basics of soccer at a young age. Jerramy was six years old when her parents divorced. She lived with the mother.  Solo had a close relationship and friendship with her father, whom she first met during her college years at the University of Washington. He was a significant influence in Solo’s life until his death from a heart attack in June 2007.

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