New Zealand women’s football has taken on a sharp new direction with an ever increasing number of players competing at top leagues overseas and, as FIFA.com examines, the Football Ferns are set to be the beneficiaries.
New Zealand and Mexico will conclude their Group B commitments in Sinsheim with very different agendas. The Kiwis are already eliminated but remain hungry for their first point, while El Tri harbour hopes of an unlikely ...
The first Group B match in the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup gets underway at the Ruhrstadion in Bochum when New Zealand face off against Japan.
The Oceania Football Confederation have named New Zealand duo Ryan Nelsen and Ali Riley as their players of 2010.
On the cusp of becoming New Zealand’s most capped player, midfielder Hayley Moorwood is set to play a pivotal role in the Football Ferns push for a breakthrough showing at Germany 2011.
New Zealand enter this week’s qualifiers for the 2011 FIFA Women’s World Cup Germany as favourites to progress on home soil, although their Oceania rivals are set on causing an upset.