Barack Obama's duties as the First Sports Fan on this Sunday have already had him sending out only the second personal tweet from the @BarackObama Twitter account encouraging the U.S. Women's National Team in their Women's World Cup final match against Japan.
But Obama's also watching the game with his wife and their two soccer-playing daughters.
Here's that picture, from the White House on Flickr:
Much has been made of Obama's interest in basketball during his tenure as President: he's run with the North Carolina Tar Heels, had NBA players to the White House for pickup games, and even weighed in on LeBron James' free agency saga.
But it's soccer that might actually be the sport of the First Family. Both of the Obama children, Sasha and Malia, have played soccer, with their dad taking a break from his duties to catch a game (with Secret Service protection) in 2009.
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