Finishing with 275 caps, Mia Hamm is the second most-capped player in the history of soccer, men or women.
She is U.S. Soccer's all-time leading scorer with 158 goals and 144 career assists for 460 points.
Hamm's 158 goals are 51 ahead of the next best scorer (Elisabetta Vignotto of Italy with 107).
Hamm broke Vignotto's record on May 22, 1999, scoring in a 3-0 win over Brazil in Orlando, Fla.
Hamm was the youngest person ever to play for the U.S. National Team when she debuted for the USA in 1987 at the age of 15 Years, 140 days.
Hamm has scored two goals in a game 28 times with only 12 of her 158 goals coming as a substitute.
Hamm's favorite month is May where she has scored 25 goals, more then her totals for January, October, November and December put together.
During her international career, Mia Hamm scored goals in 15 countries against 31 different national teams.
Her favorite teams to score against were Brazil and Canada with 13 goals against each.
Watch highlights of Mia Hamm's last game on ESPN Motion here.