It'll be the Portland Thorns FC versus the Western New York Flash on Saturday in Rochester, N.Y., for the National Women's Soccer League championship.
The Thorns advanced with a 3-2 overtime victory at FC Kansas City, while New York topped visiting Sky Blue FC 2-0 in Saturday's semifinals.
The title game will start at 5 p.m. PT at Sahlen's Stadium, the Flash home field in Rochester.
During the NWSL regular season, the teams tied in both meetings. Portland came from behind for a 1-1 draw July 14 at Jeld-Wen Field and played New York to a 0-0 standoff Aug. 10 at Sahlen's Stadium.
Both teams had 38 points in the regular season, with the Thorns going 11-6-5 and Western New York finishing 10-4-8.
In the semifinals at Overland Park, Kan., Portland midfielder Allie Long got the winning goal in the 103rd minute, capping a rally from two goals down.
Long took a pass from substitute forward Tiffany Weimer and hit from 18 years. It was Long's fourth goal of the season.
Portland went on to protect the lead in the second 15-minute OT period and held KC to one shot in overtime.
Thorns goalkeeper Karina LeBlanc wound up with a season-high 10 saves.
Kansas City scored in the 12th and 25th minutes to lead 2-0.
Portland midfielder Tobin Heath scored in the 33rd minute and got the equalizer in the 65th minute on a goal by Weimer.
Portland led 21-14 in shots for the game, with a 12-10 edge in shots on goal.
Thorns star forward Alex Morgan, nursing a knee injury, did not play.
Carli Lloyd, a U.S. national team midfielder, scored both Western New York goals in the Flash's semifinal victory. She connected in the 33rd minute and in the third minute of second-half stoppage time.