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Men’s U-20s fall to Austria

The Men’s U-20 side finished their preparation for the FIFA U-20 World Cup on Sunday with a 4-2 loss to Austria at Bays City Park in Auckland. Midfielder Clayton Lewis and defender Sam Brotherton were on target for… [more]

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“The centre of the football world on May 30 will be at North Harbour Stadium and with three quarters of the tickets sold for that game against Ukraine, football fans need to be quick to grab their seat.” NZ Football CEO Andy Martin

“We’ve been looking at this squad for the last two years and we’ve had contact with over 100 players over the course of the two years.” Men’s U-20 coach Darren Bazeley

“The crowd was good today and if we can get 20,000 people all in white next weekend that will really benefit us and hopefully we can make New Zealand proud.” Men’s U-20 midfielder Clayton Lewis

 

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Group A match schedule

Men’s U-20s v Ukraine
North Harbour Stadium
Saturday 30 May, 1pm

Men’s U-20s v USA
North Harbour Stadium
Tuesday 2 June, 7pm

Men’s U-20s v Myanmar
Wellington Regional Stadium
Friday 5 June, 7pm

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Auckland City win fifth title

Auckland City FC has won the OFC Champions League title for the fifth season in a row after a dramatic 4-3 penalty shoot out win over Team Wellington in Suva on Sunday. A penalty scored by Joao Moreira just 14…Read… [more]

 

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“These one-off games are never easy and FC Gaitcha were pressing us high up the pitch but finally we capitalised on a set-piece.” Auckland City coach Ramon Tribulietx

“We’re delighted, it was a great start for us. It was a very tough game in front of a very vocal home crowd, and now it’s great to have two New Zealand teams in the final.” Team Wellington coach Matt Calcott

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