What NWSL Team Your Favorite Women’s World Cup Star Play On

Peter Nolan July 11, 2019 262 Reads
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The 2019 Women’s World Cup set television viewing records across the globe. The American women were greeted with a parade up New York City’s Canyon of Heroes. An estimated 1M people showed.

You’re hooked. So now what?

Do you have to wait until the Summer Olympics for your next fix? No, in fact, you don’t. Many of the world’s greatest women play week in and week out in the National Women’s Soccer League (NWSL), the nine team domestic league in the United States.

Fresh off its newly signed TV contract with ESPN, the NWSL is ready for its big showcase.

So, if you want to see USWNT superstar Alex Morgan and Brazilian legend Marta play on the same team, check out an Orlando Pride game. Maybe you can also figure how a team with those two can sit in eight place!

But that’s just one example. Below we have compiled a handy list of what World Cup star plays where. And just a reminder: all 23 members of the World Cup winning USWNT play their club soccer in the NWSL!

What team NWSL team Women’s World Cup stars play on

Portland Thorns

  • Caitlin Foord – Australia
  • Hayley Raso – Australia
  • Ellie Carpenter -Australia
  • Andressinha – Brazil
  • Christine Sinclair – Canada
  • Adrianna Franch- USA
  • Emily Sonnett – USA
  • Lindsey Horan – USA
  • Tobin Heath – USA

North Carolina Courage

  • Debinha – Brazil
  • Stephanie Labbé – Canada
  • Abby Erceg – New Zealand
  • Abby Dahlkemper – USA
  • Crystal Dunn – USA
  • Samantha Mewis – USA
  • Jessica McDonald – USA

Washington Spirit

  • Chloe Logarzo – Australia
  • Amy Harrison – Australia
  • Cheyna Matthews – Jamaica
  • Rose Lavelle – USA
  • Mallory Pugh – USA

Seattle Reign

  • Lydia Williams – Australia
  • Steph Catley – Australia
  • Elise Kellond-Knight – Australia
  • Jodie Taylor – England
  • Rumi Utsugi – Japan
  • Celia Jiménez Delgado – Spain
  • Allie Long – USA
  • Megan Rapinoe – USA

Utah Royals

  • Desiree Scott – Canada
  • Katie Bowen – New Zealand
  • Rachel Corsie – Scotland
  • Kelley O’Hara – USA
  • Becky Sauerbrunn – USA
  • Christen Press – USA

Chicago Red Stars

  • Sam Kerr – Australia
  • Alyssa Naeher – USA
  • Tierna Davidson – USA
  • Morgan Brian – USA
  • Julie Ertz – USA

Houston Dash

  • Clare Polkinghorne – Australia
  • Allysha Chapman – Canada
  • Sophie Schmidt – Canada
  • Nichelle Prince – Canada
  • Lindsay Agnew – Canada
  • Rachel Daly –  England

Orlando Pride

  • Emily van Egmond – Australia
  • Alanna Kennedy – Australia
  • Marta – Brazil
  • Camila – Brazil
  • Shelina Zadorsky – Canada
  • Claire Emslie – Scotland
  • Ali Krieger – USA
  • Alex Morgan – USA
  • Ashlyn Harris – USA

Sky Blue FC

  • Estelle Johnson – Cameroon
  • Kailen Sheridan – Canada
  • Carli Lloyd – USA
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