President Barack Obama announced Saturday he would send a presidential delegation to the match.
It's the second time in a row, the U.S. will play Japan for Women's World Cup soccer supremacy.
In 2011, Japan bested the USA in a 3-1 penalty shoot-out victory, following a 2–2 draw after extended time, making Japan the first Asian team to win a FIFA World Cup.
Biden will join the presidential delegation led by Dr. Jill Biden.
The Bidens will be joined by the Honorable Bruce Heyman, United States Ambassador to Canada; the Honorable Evan Ryan, Assistant Secretary of State for Educational and Cultural Affairs; Mia Hamm, two-time World Cup Champion and Olympic gold medalist; and Mr. Cobi Jones, three-time U.S. Men's World Cup player.
The vice president will also meet with Prime Minister Stephen Harper while in Vancouver.Suggest a correction