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2019 Women's World Cup team previews: New Zealand

As most teams around the world turned their attention toward impending World Cup qualifying efforts, New Zealand was trying to figure out if it could even field a team. But it has, and with a little luck, it could create some upsets.

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1yAssociated Press

13-player mutiny leads Heraf to quit NZ

Andreas Heraf, coach of the New Zealand women's football team, has resigned weeks after players decried coaching methods in an unprecedented mutiny.

1yAssociated Press

New Zealand to pay women same as men

Women's players have hailed a deal with New Zealand Football which adds benefits to previous moves toward equality with their male counterparts.

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2yNick Said, KweséESPN

The curious case of Jeremy Brockie

Jeremy Brockie's long barren streak at Mamelodi Sundowns is becoming no laughing matter, despite Pitso Mosimane's theories to explain his troubles.

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Erceg hits out at NZF in shock retirement

New Zealand women's captain Abby Erceg has launched a broadside at New Zealand Football while announcing her retirement from the international game.

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Ali Riley to reach 100 vs. Australia

Key defender Ali Riley is pleased her 100th game for the Football Ferns will be against the Matildas on Saturday.

4yAssociated Press

China 2-2 New Zealand: China advance

Wang Shanshan scored on a perfectly timed header and China benefited from a questionable called penalty to earn a 2-2 draw in the Women's World Cup.

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Martens helps Netherlands beat New Zealand

Lieke Martens' long strike from outside the box in the first half gave the Netherlands its first ever Women's World Cup goal and a 1-0 victory.

4yAndrea Canales

Group A team preview: New Zealand

New Zealand has failed to advance past the group stage in its three Women's World Cup appearances (1991, 2007, 2011).

RankingsFIFA Women's World Cup

Goal Difference-418th
Goals Scored1Tied-19th
Goals Conceded5Tied-9th