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Tim Howard is an American soccer legend. He has the most caps and wins of any goalkeeper in US Soccer history and played in three World Cups, holding the record for most saves by any goalkeeper in a single game in World Cup... More
Tim Howard is an American soccer legend. He has the most caps and wins of any goalkeeper in US Soccer history and played in three World Cups, holding the record for most saves by any goalkeeper in a single game in World Cup history. Tim also played 13 seasons in the English Premier League, including three at famed Manchester United, followed by a decade at Everton. During that time, he won an FA Cup title, was named the Premier League Goalkeeper of the Year, and became one of the most beloved players in Everton history. Tim is also the first USA ambassador for Everton Football Club. Tim started his career in MLS with the New York Metrostars and returned to MLS in 2016 with the Colorado Rapids. Retiring from soccer at the end of the 2019 MLS Season, his career in the league was filled with honors including being named a MLS All-Star, All-League, and Humanitarian of the Year.
Tim was diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome at a young age and has volunteered countless hours to the advocacy of Tourette-related disorders. He works with several Tourette Association organizations and continues to be a role model off the field with his philanthropic work. He published an autobiography, The Keeper: A Life of Saving Goals and Achieving Them, chronicling his career and life with Tourette Syndrome and OCD.
Personable and charismatic, Tim is now a full-time studio analyst for NBC Sports and their English Premier League broadcast.Less