This weekend, the 23 players from the World Cup-winning U.S. women’s soccer team return to their National Women’s Soccer League clubs. Here’s a viewer’s guide to where to find them, and their international and American teammates you should know about.

On most weekends for the rest of the season, which runs through the playoff championship game on Oct. 27, you’ll be able to find a game on national TV on either ESPNews or ESPN2 (a schedule is below). All the other games leaguewide can be watched online free of charge via Yahoo! Sports’ website and apps for phones, tablets and connected TV devices like AppleTV and Roku.

Fans outside the United States can watch all games leaguewide via the NWSL’s website and apps.

Click here for the NWSL’s full season schedule.

Sky Blue FC

Home venue: Rutgers University’s Yurcak Field, Piscataway, N.J. (capacity 5,000)

U.S. World Cup players: F Carli Lloyd

International stars: F Nahomi Kawsumi (Japan), M Raquel Rodríguez (Costa Rica via Penn State), GK Kailen Sheridan (Canada)

Other Americans to know: F Imani Dorsey (2018 Rookie of the Year), F Jen Hoy (Sellersville, Pa.), D Gina Lewandowski (Coopersburg, Pa.)

» READ MORE: Sky Blue FC signs Gina Lewandowski after Lehigh Valley native leaves Bayern Munich

» READ MORE: Bucks County native Jen Hoy optimistic about Sky Blue FC’s potential

Remaining home games: July 24 vs. Washington Spirit (7:30 p.m.), Aug. 14 vs. Chicago Red Stars, Aug. 18 vs. Reign FC, Sept. 7 vs. North Carolina Courage (ESPNews), Sept. 15 vs. Chicago, Sept. 29 vs. Orlando Pride. Click here for more details.

Chicago Red Stars

Home venue: SeatGeek Stadium, Bridgeview, Ill. (capacity 20,000)

U.S. World Cup players: GK Alyssa Naeher, D Tierna Davidson, M Morgan Brian, M Julie Ertz

» READ MORE: After World Cup title win, Julie Ertz returns to NWSL’s Chicago Red Stars and publishes a children’s book

International stars: F Sam Kerr (Australia), F Yuki Nagasato (Japan)

Other Americans to know: D Arin Wright, D Casey Short, M Danielle Colaprico, F Savannah McCaskill

Houston Dash

Home venue: BBVA Stadium, Houston (capacity 22,039)

U.S. World Cup players: None

International stars: F Rachel Daly (England), F Nichelle Prince (Canada), F Kyah Simon (Australia), M Sophie Schmidt (Canada), D Allysha Chapman (Canada), D Claire Polkinghorne (Australia)

Other Americans to know: GK Jane Campbell, D Amber Brooks (New Hope, Pa.), M Sofia Huerta, D Kristie Mewis, M Christine Nairn (Penn State)

North Carolina Courage

Home venue: Sahlen’s Stadium at WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, N.C. (near Raleigh; capacity 10,000)

U.S. World Cup players: F Jessica McDonald, M Crystal Dunn, M Samantha Mewis, D Abby Dahlkemper

International stars: M Debinha (Brazil), M Denise O’Sullivan (Republic of Ireland), D Abby Erceg (New Zealand), GK Stephanie Labbé (Canada)

Other Americans to know: F Lynn Williams, M McCall Zerboni, M Heather O’Reilly (New Brunswick, N.J.), D Merritt Mathias

» READ MORE: Heather O’Reilly makes her Fox TV debut at World Cup while still a Courage player

Orlando Pride

Home venue: Exploria Stadium, Orlando (capacity 25,500)

U.S. World Cup players: F Alex Morgan, D Ali Krieger (Penn State), GK Ashlyn Harris

» READ MORE: Alex Morgan, Megan Rapinoe and Carli Lloyd thank fans and send a message at USWNT’s World Cup parade

International stars: F Marta (Brazil), F Camila (Brazil), F Chioma Ubogagu (England), F Claire Emslie (Scotland), M Emily van Egmond (Australia), D Shelina Zadorsky (Canada), D Alanna Kennedy (Australia)

» READ MORE: Our profile of Marta from her visit to Philadelphia earlier this year

Other Americans to know: F Sydney Leroux Dwyer (out on maternity leave), M Kristen Edmonds, D Carson Pickett, D Toni Pressley

Portland Thorns

Home venue: Providence Park, Portland, Ore. (capacity 25,218)

U.S. World Cup players: F Tobin Heath, M Lindsey Horan (2018 NWSL MVP), D Emily Sonnett, GK Adrianna Franch

READ MORE: Tobin Heath is becoming as comfortable with fame as she’s long been with a soccer ball

International stars: F Christine Sinclair (Canada), F Caitlin Foord (Australia), F Hayley Raso (Australia), F Ana-Maria Crnogorčević (Switzerland), M Andressinha (Brazil), M Dagný Brynjarsdóttir (Iceland), D Ellie Carpenter (Australia)

Other Americans to know: F Tyler Lussi, M Margaret Purce, D Meghan Klingenberg, D Emily Menges

Reign FC

Home venue: Cheney Stadium, Tacoma, Wash. (capacity 6,500)

U.S. World Cup players: F Megan Rapinoe, M Allie Long

» READ MORE: Megan Rapinoe and the USWNT won a fourth World Cup, and the right to be rewarded for it

International stars: F Jodie Taylor (England), M Jess Fishlock (Wales, out injured), F Rosie White (New Zealand), M Rumi Utsugi (Japan), D Steph Catley (Australia), GK Lydia Williams (Australia, out injured)

Other Americans to know: F Shea Groom, M Morgan Andrews, D Lauren Barnes, D Megan Oyster, D Taylor Smith (out injured), GK Casey Murphy (Rutgers)

Utah Royals

Home venue: Rio Tinto Stadium, Sandy, Utah (near Salt Lake City; capacity 20,213)

U.S. World Cup players: F Christen Press, D Kelley O’Hara, D Becky Sauerbrunn

READ MORE: Becky Sauerbrunn anchors the U.S. women’s soccer team back line, and its soul

International stars: M Verónica Boquete (Spain), M Diana Matheson (Canada), M Desiree Scott (Canada), M Gunnhildur Jónsdóttir (Iceland), D Katie Bowen (New Zealand), D Rachel Corsie (Scotland)

Other Americans to know: F Amy Rodriguez, F Katie Stengel, F Erika Tymrak, GK Nicole Barnhart (Pottsville, Pa.), GK Abby Smith

Washington Spirit

Home venue: Maureen Hendricks Field at Maryland SoccerPlex, Boyds, Md. (capacity 4,000; two games will be at Audi Field in D.C.)

U.S. World Cup players: F Mallory Pugh, M Rose Lavelle

International stars: F Cheyna Matthews (Jamaica), M Chloe Logarzo (Australia), M Elise Kellond-Knight (Australia), D Amy Harrison (Australia)

Other Americans to know: F Ashley Hatch, M Andi Sullivan, M Jordan DiBiasi, D Tegan McGrady, D Paige Nielsen

Upcoming NWSL games on national TV

Sunday, July 21: Chicago Red Stars vs. North Carolina Courage (6 p.m., ESPN2)

Saturday, July 27: Utah Royals vs. North Carolina Courage (10 p.m., ESPNews)

Friday, Aug. 2: Houston Dash vs. Reign FC (7 p.m., ESPNews)

Sunday, Aug. 11: Portland Thorns vs. North Carolina Courage (3 p.m., ESPNews)

Sunday, Aug. 18: Sky Blue FC vs. Reign FC, 1 p.m. (ESPNews)

Sunday, Aug 25: Portland Thorns vs. Chicago Red Stars (3 p.m., ESPNews)

Wednesday, Sept. 11: Orlando Pride vs. Chicago Red Stars (7 p.m., ESPNews)

Tuesday, Sept. 17: North Carolina Courage vs. Houston Dash (7:30 p.m., ESPNews)

Wednesday, Sept. 25: Houston Dash vs. Washington Spirit (9 p.m., ESPN2)

Sunday, Sept. 29: Reign FC vs. Portland Thorns (2 p.m., ESPN2)

Sunday, Oct. 20: Playoff semifinals (2 p.m. and 4 p.m., ESPN2)

Sunday, Oct. 27: Championship game at WakeMed Soccer Park, Cary, N.C. (4 p.m., ESPN2)