Details Of World Cup Playoff Tournament As New Zealand Plan To Face Portugal, Argentina
Written by Oluwaseun Oyediji
Ten teams from six different continents will battle it out for the three remaining places at the FIFA Women’s World Cup Australia & New Zealand 2023 from 18-23 February 2023.
Venues for the tournament include Waikato Stadium (Hamilton/Kirikiriroa) and North Harbour Stadium (Auckland/Tāmaki Makaurau).
Group A: Portugal, Cameroon, Thailand
Group B: Chile, Haiti, Senegal
Group C: Chinese Taipei, Papua New Guinea, Paraguay, Panama
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Cameroon will face Thailand for the right to play Portugal in the Group A final, while Chile will await the winners of Senegal-Haiti in Group B.
In Group C, the winners of the Chinese Taipei-Paraguay and Papua New Guinea-Panama ties will square off for a ticket Down Under.
Between 17 and 23 February, Waikato Stadium and North Harbour Stadium will also host a series of friendly matches.
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New Zealand will be at the heart of the action, with the Football Ferns continuing their preparations with a demanding fixture against Portugal.
This will be followed by back-to-back meetings between New Zealand and fellow Women’s World Cup participants Argentina.
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