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New Zealand Tommy SMITH


Record at FIFA Tournaments
Olympic Football Tournament Final2012301200100
FIFA U-17 World Cup Final2007101000000
FIFA World Cup™ Final2010303000100
FIFA World Cup™ Qualifier20141281320100
Men's Olympic Football Tournament
No data available
FIFA U-17 World Cup
2007Jeju 18/08/2007Korea DPR PRK1:1 (0:0)ENG EnglandFirst stage
FIFA World Cup™
2010Polokwane 24/06/2010Paraguay PAR0:0NZL New ZealandFirst stage
2010Nelspruit 20/06/2010Italy ITA1:1 (1:1)NZL New ZealandFirst stage
2010Rustenburg 15/06/2010New Zealand NZL1:1 (0:0)SVK SlovakiaFirst stage
FIFA World Cup™ Qualifiers
2014Wellington 20/11/2013New Zealand NZL2:4 (0:3)MEX MexicoPlay-off
2014Mexico City 13/11/2013Mexico MEX5:1 (2:0)NZL New ZealandPlay-off
2014Dunedin 22/03/2013New Zealand NZL2:1 (1:0)NCL New CaledoniaRound Three
2014Christchurch 16/10/2012New Zealand NZL3:0 (1:0)TAH TahitiRound Three
2014Papeete 12/10/2012Tahiti TAH0:2 (0:1)NZL New ZealandRound Three
2014Auckland 11/09/2012New Zealand NZL6:1 (2:0)SOL Solomon IslandsRound Three
2014Noumea 07/09/2012New Caledonia NCL0:2 (0:1)NZL New ZealandRound Three
2014Honiara 10/06/2012Solomon Islands SOL3:4 (0:3)NZL New ZealandMatch for third place
2014Honiara 08/06/2012New Zealand NZL0:2 (0:0)NCL New CaledoniaSemi-finals
2014Honiara 06/06/2012New Zealand NZL1:1 (1:0)SOL Solomon Islandsround87
2014Honiara 04/06/2012Papua New Guinea PNG1:2 (0:1)NZL New Zealandround87
2014Honiara 02/06/2012Fiji FIJ0:1 (0:1)NZL New Zealandround87

Latest News


  • Tommy Smith and Chris Wood of New Zealand celebrate with team mates
  • NZ's Tommy Smith tackles PNG's Kema Jack.
  • New Zealand's Tommy Smith (No5) celebrates scoring the winner against Fiji
  • Tommy Smith of New Zealand (R) clashes with Vincenzo Iaquinta of Italy
  • Alberto Gilardino of Italy is tackled by Tommy Smith of New Zealand
  • Tommy Smith of New Zealand is awarded a yellow card
  • Stanislav Sestak of Slovakia and Tommy Smith of New Zealand battle for the ball
  • Robert Vittek of Slovakia is tackled by Tommy Smith (front) and Ryan Nelsen of New Zealand