The United States and Japan are set to meet for the second straight FIFA Women's World Cup final. The two sides will take the field Sunday in a rematch of the 2011 title game, where Japan knocked off the USA 2–2 on penalties (3–1).
The U.S. haven't won a title since 1999, when they defeated China. This year's championship game marks a record fourth trip to the final for the USA, which will look to set another women's soccer record with a third World Cup victory.
USA-Japan kicks off from Vancouver at 7 p.m. ET Sunday. The game will be televised on Fox.
2011: Japan def. United States 2-2 (3-1 pen.)
2007: Germany def. Brazil 2-0
2003: Germany def. Sweden 2-1
1999: United States def. China 0-0 (5-4 pen.)
1995: Norway def. Germany 2-0
1991: United States def. Norway 2-1
- Jeremy Woo