Two Murals in Philly Honoring the U.S. Women's World Cup Win

You can now see Carli Lloyd and Julie Ertz on city walls.

July 9, 2019

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If you haven't heard, the U.S. Women's National Team won the World Cup this past weekend. While the parade is not happening in Philadelphia, murals have popped up throughout the city commemorating their historic 4th straigh World Cup Championship.

Finally got a chance to see and photograph this new temporary mural from @nilelivingston that celebrates @uswnt's @CarliLloyd as Team U.S.A. goes for the 2019 FIFA Women’s World Cup... Mural is located on Front street right off Girard avenue in Fishtown! • • • #phillyartist #streetartglobe #phillystreetart #phillymurals #muralarts #murals #fishtown #whyilovephilly #discoverphl #visitphilly #CarliLloyd #uswnt #fifawwc

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Carli Llyod is on Front street right off Girard avenue in Fishtown!

@billstro4_art killing this mural in support of @uswnt record fourth World Cup!

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Julie Ertz is right on the side of Love City Brewing which is located on Hamilton Street right off of Ridge Ave!