Carli Lloyd was honored at the Gotham FC regular season finale. (Mitsu Yasukawa/ Northjersey.com / USA TODAY NETWORK)

BRIDGEVIEW, Ill. – Will this be Carli Lloyd’s final match as a professional soccer player?

We’ll find out Sunday at 3 p.m. when NJ/NY Gotham FC will take on the Chicago Red Stars at SeatGeek stadium in quarterfinals of the National Women’s Soccer Leagaue playoffs.

The match will be broadcast on CBS Sports Network in the U.S. and Twitch internationally.

Lloyd, 39, is about to end a a legendary career, for club and country (U.S. women’s national team).

Gotham (8-5-11, 35 points) is the fifth seed. It is unbeaten in eight games (3-0-5) since Aug. 29.

The New Jersey side is coming off a pair of 1-1 draws with Racing Louisville FC Oct. 28 and 31 that cemented its postseason spot. Ifeoma Onumonu and Carli Lloyd scored goals.

The fourth-seeded Red Stars (38 points). Chicago is paced by attackers Kealia Watt and Mallory Pugh and defender Sarah Gorden, but could be without Casey Krueger due to illness. Most recently, the team recorded a pair of 1-0 wins over the Orlando Pride to with Watt scoring the game winners in both, in addition to a 2-1 win against Kansas City Oct. 16.

Gotham FC and the Red Stars have met on three previous occasions this season, resulting in two scoreless draws May 22 and Sept. 4 and a 2-1 Gotham FC home win July 25. The clubs have faced off only once before in an elimination-round game: during last year’s Challenge Cup semifinal. Chicago won, 3-2, and lost to the Houston Dash in the final.

The winner of Sunday’s match will move on to the semifinals, taking on the top-seeded Portland Thorns at Providence Park Nov. 14 at 5:30 p.m. ET for a chance to play in the NWSL Championship, set for Louisville, Ken. Nov. 20.