Born on this summer 21, 1968 in San Jose, California, Brandi Chastain is a professional soccer player and a member from the US women’s national soccer team from 1999 to 2004, such as scoring the game-winning pengalty kick against China on the 1999 FIFA Women’s World Cup final along with the subsequent bra-barring celebration. Chastain went to Archbishop Mitty extreme School in San Jose, by which time she helped her team to three section championships. In 1986, she was even named Soccer America Freshmen Player from the Year at the UC Berkeley. She transferred to Santa Clara University afterwards, and this time, she direct them to two Final 4 NCAA appearances, before finally graduating in 1991. After being a member on the national squad, Chastain scored her first worldwide goals when she came off the bench in a CONCACAF FIFA Women’s World glass fit versus Mexico, scoring 5 goals. The US went on to win a World Cup. She then played club soccer for 1 season in Japan, earning the MVP honors. She went back towards the US National team in 1996, where she helped the team wwithin a gold as she played in every minute in the game despite a knee injury. Chastain gained mainstream popularity during a World wine glass game in 1991 when she took off her jersey and dropped to her knees after scoring the substantive fifth penalty kick score, properly serving the US the win vs China of the finals. “Momentary insanity, nothing more, nothing less. I wasn’t thinking about anything. I thought, ‘This could be that the greatest moment of my existence on the soccer field.’” Post-professional soccer, she appeared in an HBO documentary, as broadcaster with the ABC/ESPN coverage of Major League Soccer, and as analyst for NBC games.