The countdown to the 2022 NWSL Championship is on, as the last two teams remaining head to Washington, D.C. for Saturday’s primetime showdown.

Just Women’s Sports will be there for all the action between the Portland Thorns and Kansas City Current, including right before kickoff with The Warm-Up Presented by Ally, a live pregame show broadcast on site from Audi Field.

Reigning NWSL champion Kelley O’Hara and Angel City FC captain Ali Riley will serve as hosts alongside award-winning broadcaster Autumn Johnson. Fans watching at home can catch their expert analysis and commentary on the matchup starting at 6:30 p.m. ET on Paramount+. Those on site can head to the section in between Gate A and Fan Fest to watch the show live and meet the hosts afterward for autographs and photos.

Stick around after The Warm-Up Presented by Ally to watch the 2022 NWSL Championship, kicking off under the lights at 8 p.m. ET. The game will air live on CBS and be streamed on Paramount+ for U.S. viewers and Twitch for international viewers.

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The Current are making their first NWSL Championship appearance after defeating OL Reign 2-0 in Sunday’s semifinal, while the Thorns are making their fourth finals trip and first since 2018 after Crystal Dunn sealed their 2-1 win over the San Diego Wave.