Heather Mitts is a soccer player competing at the 2012 London Summer Olympics for the USA.

Since breaking into the national team full time in 2004, Heather Mitts has become one of the most valuable players on the U.S. roster. After earning her first cap back in 1999, she has 109 caps total and is one of the USA's steadiest defenders. Mitts has battled some injury issues throughout her career, spending the last half of 2007 and first half of 2008 rehabilitating from ACL surgery. Mitts returned just in time to earn a spot on the Olympic team for the Beijing Olympics, starting all six at the 2008 Games and playing a key role in the squad's gold medal run.

It was at the 2004 Athens Games that Heather played in her first world championship, seeing time in two matches including playing 90 minutes against Australia. In 2010, despite a few minor injuries, she played every minute of three matches at the CONCACAF Women's World Cup Qualifying tournament and started both legs of the Women's World Cup Playoff against Italy. After suffering the ACL injury in 2007, Heather finally earned an opportunity in 2011 to play for the U.S. national team at the World Cup level, becoming the oldest player in U.S. women's soccer history to make her World Cup debut.

She is married to St. Louis Rams quarterback A.J. Feeley.


How tall is she? How old is she? Where does she live? Find out here.

Age: 39 years old
Birthday: June 9, 1978
Height: 5' 5"
Weight: 119 lbs.
Full Name / Real Name: Heather Blaine Mitts
Birthplace: Cincinnati, OH
Current Residence: St. Louis, MO
Husband: A.J. Feeley (2/13/2010)

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