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WSL games that USWNT fans should watch

A calendar of Women’s Super League games that have USWNT players going head to head

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With USWNT players finding temporary homes in the FA Women’s Super League, it’s time for everyone’s favorite international viewing experience: waking up at ass o’clock to watch your favorite players. Right now, there are currently five WNT players who have made moves to England:

Sam Mewis and Rose Lavelle, Manchester City
Christen Press and Tobin Heath, Manchester United
Alex Morgan, Tottenham Hotspur

We highly encourage you to watch the WSL anyway because there are some extremely fun and interesting players in the league, from Vivenne Miedema for Arsenal to Valerie Gauvin for Everton to Pernille Harder for Chelsea. If you’re an NWSL fan making the leap, some Aussies you might be familiar with will pop up as well, like Hayley Raso, Caitlin Foord, and Sam Kerr. And the games themselves provide a range of experiences - yes, there’s been some outrageous margins as the have-not teams try to catch up with the haves, but this is a league to keep an eye on as more teams invest more money and attract more and more talent. Basically, come for the USWNT players if you must, but stay for the soccer.

Games you might be interested in:

Manchester City vs Tottenham Hotspur
Sunday, October 4
7:30 AM ET

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester United
Saturday, October 10
7:30 AM ET

Manchester United vs Manchester City
Sunday, November 15
7 AM ET

Manchester City vs Manchester United
Friday, February 12
2 PM ET

Tottenham Hotspur vs Manchester City
Sunday, April 4
9 AM ET

Manchester United vs Tottenham Hotspur
Sunday, April 25
7 AM ET

Places you can watch these games:
Stream live on the FA Player

If that 7 AM weekend kick is too early, some games will air as replays on NBC Sports Network