Megan Rapinoe, the U.S. soccer star who has announced her upcoming retirement, is the subject of a tribute ad from Google set to run during the broadcast of Wednesday’s World Cup game between the U.S. and the Netherlands.
The 60-second ad acknowledges Rapinoe’s contributions both on and off the pitch. The U.S.-Netherlands game airs July 26 on Fox at 9 p.m. ET.
Rapinoe is a two-time World Cup champion and Olympic Gold medalist, as well as an outspoken leader on social issues such as gay rights, equal pay for women athletes and racial inequality. Rapinoe came out as gay in 2012. She was the first white athlete, and first female, to kneel during the national anthem in solidarity with football player Colin Kaepernick, according to U.S. Soccer.