Bostonians, are you gearing up for the FIFA Women's World Cup final?
The U.S. faces off against Japan Sunday night, and Boston's Tourism Director Ken Brissette is expecting a good turn out at the city's viewing party of the game at City Hall Plaza. The party starts at 7 p.m.
⚽ This Sunday on #CityHallPlaza Mayor @marty_walsh & @BostonBreakers host a #WWC2015 Finals Viewing Party ⚽ pic.twitter.com/fIwhiPVNEn— City of Boston (@NotifyBoston) July 2, 2015
"I think the spirit of the U.S. is out in full force," he told WBUR's newscast unit. "I think there was a record number of people to watch the U.S.-German game, and we'll expect the same record to watch the U.S. women's play Japan on Sunday and get a victory."
The U.S. women's soccer team last won the World Cup in 1999.