Alexis Ohanian Says Daughter ‘Olympia Really Doesn’t Understand She’s Youngest Professional Sports Owner’

Olympia Ohanian, daughter of Reddit co-founder and American tennis legend Serena Williams doesn’t realize she’s the youngest female owner in professional sports. At just five years old, she’s not entirely aware of her role in the National Women’s Soccer League.

Alexis Ohanian is the lead investor in Los Angeles, as she feels her daughter still doesn’t understand her involvement in the team. The American entrepreneur invested in the team in 2020, which has seen Olympia become the youngest owner in professional sports, at just three years of age.

“Right now, all Olympia knows is that Angel City FC are our team and they love to support them. I think as he gets older, maybe he’ll come to see the different levels. Of course, being the youngest professional sports owner is kind of fun, but she doesn’t fully understand being the youngest professional sports owner. She tries to keep it as long as possible” She said Ohanian.

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Alexis Ohanian talks about her inspiration to invest in the National Women’s Soccer League

Alexis Ohanian
Alexis Ohanian

Alexis Ohanian also opened up about her inspiration to buy Los Angeles a prime stake in the National Women’s Soccer League. He said he wanted him and Serena Williams to be a great role model for their daughter. Olympia was spotted during the team’s training session and also got the chance to show off her footwork.

” [Williams] and we both want to be a great inspiration to our little girl,” he said. In 2020, when Alexis Ohanian bought a stake in Los Angeles, he revealed how his daughter inspired him to do so. Alexis Ohanian and Serena Williams are committed to creating more opportunities in women’s sports, which ultimately could benefit their daughter.

As someone who spends hours playing soccer with my two-year-old daughter, I want her to be at the forefront of this revolution. I am personally investing on behalf of my family because creating more opportunities in women’s sport is important to my wife @serenawilliams and I, and we want to be part of a better future for our daughter @olympiaohanian” he wrote.

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