Brazil women soccer legend Marta reiterated on Tuesday that 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup She was playing in that event for the last time – but left the door open for a return women’s national team For the last time at the 2024 Olympics.

“As I said, I’m not going to play another World Cup,” Marta said in a media session. of NWSL Orlando Pride, through equalizer, “I didn’t say I won’t play in the next Olympics, but I don’t have an answer. If I feel I have that power I can share what I feel day by day. ” with brazil [to] Fight for the gold medal.”

Marta has been training with her club team Pride since 2017, following Brazil’s disappointing group stage exit at the World Cup in early August. The 37-year-old confirmed before and during the event that this would be the last of the six World Cups she has participated in, and Urges fans to continue supporting women’s football Following Brazil’s exit from a scoreless draw against Jamaica.

‘World Cup Tonight’ crew reflect on Marta’s legacy after Jamaica oust Brazil

End of Marta’s World Cup career signaled outpouring of support Both current players and fellow football legends reflected on his barrier-breaking journey.

[Marta’s legendary Women’s World Cup career by the numbers]

Now, she and other women’s soccer fans around the world have some hope that Marta may have another farewell performance at a global event.

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