Secretary of State John KerryJohn KerryIn the fight between Rick Perry and climate scientists — He’s winning Obama cyber czar: Trump State Department needs cybersecurity office Kerry on Trump’s military transgender ban: ‘We’re better than this’ MORE and Vice President Biden will get an up-close look at the FIFA World Cup trophy when it makes a pit stop at the State Department in Washington.

The pair will be on hand Monday to deliver remarks and get a glance at the trophy that will be awarded to the winner of this year’s World Cup soccer tournament in Brazil.

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D.C. United players and former United States national team members Cobi Jones and Julie Foudy will host a soccer clinic for kids prior to the trophy presentation.

Seventy-year-old Kerry, who is a diehard hockey fan, played on the school soccer team as a student at Yale University.