USWNT Women's World Cup celebration: The party that hasn't stopped

USWNT accepts award for Best Team (0:50)

The U.S. women's national soccer team accepts the award for Best Team at The ESPYS. (0:50)

They talked the talk ... and definitely walked the walk. Megan Rapinoe, Alex Morgan and the rest of the U.S. Women's National Team put on a dominant performance in the Women's World Cup on their way to taking home their second consecutive title and fourth overall with a 2-0 victory against the Netherlands.

After the full-time whistle on Sunday in France, the festivities started pretty much immediately. From locker room celebrations to plane rides and interviews to, um, some killer dance moves, we take a look at a whirlwind few days for the players as they made their way from Wednesday's parade in New York to The ESPYS in Los Angeles.

Sunday: The postmatch celebration in Lyon begins

Ski masks, champagne ... and more champagne.

Monday: 'It's been real, France'

Sleep? The USWNT likely didn't get much. Not that it mattered. The players were ready to bring the party to the United States:

Monday/Tuesday: USWNT takes over Big Apple, Part I

Upon arriving in New York, the USWNT made several TV appearances, including "Good Morning America" and Megan Rapinoe and Alex Morgan joining ESPN's Jeremy Schaap on set. But not before enjoying the good life of the champions they are, including a night at Nobu, sunset on a yacht, daytime by the rooftop pool -- you know, the usual.

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Wednesday morning: USWNT takes over Big Apple, Part II

The USWNT was joined by family, friends, politicians and the mayor for its ticker-tape parade in New York:

Rapinoe: It's time to come together

Megan Rapinoe uses the platform of the USWNT's World Cup winning celebrations to call for unity and less contention in society.

Victorious USWNT parades through New York

Members of the United States women's soccer team celebrated winning the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup with a parade through the streets of New York.

Wednesday evening: East Coast, West Coast

After the ticker-tape parade in New York, the team made the cross-country trip from Newark, New Jersey, to Los Angeles to attend The ESPYS at Microsoft Theater.

After planes (not trains) and automobiles, the players made their way into the Microsoft Theater ... and it didn't take long for one of them to get an award, as Alex Morgan took home Best Female Athlete honors.

Morgan's reaction: "Sorry, but this is probably the second-best trophy we won this week."

Academy Award-winning actress Sandra Bullock presented the last award of the ESPYS: Best Team. Bullock opened the envelope to announce the winner, with the intro, "All those in favor of equal pay, say aye," before revealing that the USWNT won the award.