Soccer: Womens World Cup Champions-Parade

Jul 10, 2019; New York, NY, USA; United States women national soccer team forward Carli Lloyd (10) speaks at New York City Hall after the ticker-tape parade for the United States women's national soccer team down the canyon of heroes in New York City. Mandatory Credit: Brad Penner-USA TODAY Sports

Carli Lloyd keeps booting things off her to-do list this summer, crushing a perfect 55-yard field goal Tuesday as she paid a visit to the practice of her favorite team, the Philadelphia Eagles.

A World Cup champion with the United States women's national team this summer in France, Lloyd kicked field goals from varying distances, topping out with a 55-yarder that went through the center of the uprights.

Eagles placekicker Jake Elliott was impressed, tweeting, "Unreal stuff! @CarliLloyd is very much #ForTheBrand"

Lloyd scored three goals in this summer's World Cup, which concluded with the United States' 2-0 victory over the Netherlands in the final.

A two-time FIFA player of the year and a two-time World Cup champion, the midfielder has 113 international goals for the United States in her career.

Lloyd, from nearby Delran Township, N.J., is not the only Eagles fan on the U.S. women's team. Teammate Julie Ertz is married to Eagles tight end Zach Ertz

Lloyd currently plays for Sky Blue FC out of Piscataway, N.J., in the National Women's Soccer League.

--Field Level Media