US Soccer Fans: Give USWNT Heather Mitts a farewell game
  • Petitioned Jim Moorhouse

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US Soccer
Jim Moorhouse
US Soccer
Paul Marstaller
US Soccer
David Applegate

US Soccer Fans: Give USWNT Heather Mitts a farewell game

    1. Zach Grady
    2. Petition by

      Zach Grady

      Flowery Branch, GA

USWNT Veteran Defender Heather Mitts has been playing with the USWNT since 1999. On March 13, 2013 Mitts said her goodbyes via her Facebook page. The goal of this petition is to ask US Soccer to hold a farewell game in honor of Mitts.

To:
Jim Moorhouse, US Soccer
Paul Marstaller, US Soccer
David Applegate, US Soccer
Please allow US Defender Heather Mitts to play in one final farewell game.

Sincerely,
[Your name]

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    1. Reached 250 signatures

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    • Tung Tellez MIAMI, FL
      • 9 months ago

      Heather Mitts is a great model to all the young girls. She is classy and represented all that is good about sports.

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    • Haylee Woodall EASLEY, SC
      • 11 months ago

      Heather Mitts is the reason I began Playing Soccer, she has been with this team from the thick & thin moments! She isn't just another player, she's a role model to kids. And even bigger than that she's my hero. She deserve one last game. Please give it to her!

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    • Courtney Matney KREMMTUCKY, CO
      • about 1 year ago

      Heather Mitts is a BOSS!!!she has also served our country tremendously and deserves it big time!

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    • Sarah Tremblay REPENTIGNY, CANADA
      • about 1 year ago

      because I absolutely love Mittsy and if there's no farewell game I'll die

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    • seana potts HUDDERSFIELD, UNITED KINGDOM
      • about 1 year ago

      She deserves it she has been a credit to the uswnt gave her all and played with her heart and sole and she deserves the send off fit for a queen

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