Ali Krieger’s 2 Tattoos & Their Meanings

Alexandra Blarie Krieger, better known as Ali Krieger is an American Soccer player and THE FIFA Women`s World Cup Champion. Mainly a defender and a member of the United States women’s national soccer team, Ali first made an appearance for the United States National Team at the 2008 Four Nations Tournament during a match against Canada on January 16, 2008. Ali has very few inks on her body let us find their meanings here.

Ali Kreiger

1. ‘German lettering’ Tattoo

Ali Krieger Arm Tattoo

Tattoo: Ali has German Lettering inked on her forearm.

Meaning: Ali Krieger has a tattoo on her left forearm which reads “leibie” which stands LOVE in german. The entire team copied the tattoo onto their forearm to pay tribute to their injured teammate, Ali Krieger.

2. ‘German’ Tattoo

ali-krieger-side Tattoo

Tattoo: Ali Krieger got a tattoo in philosophical writing on her side, a quote in German which is written in French as “Man sieht nur mit dem Herzen gut, das Wesentliche ist für die Augen unsichtbar”

Meaning: She revealed this tattoo after her victory at the 2015 FIFA Women’s World Cup. She arrived at the ESPN “Body at ESPYs” Party on July 14, 2015, wearing a plunging gown that showed off her side tattoo. Her scriptive ink means “One sees clearly only with the heart. Anything essential is invisible to the eyes.”

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