New Zealand set for European clash against Sweden this June

The All Whites, the New Zealand national football team, are set to play an international friendly match against Sweden at the Friends Arena in Stockholm on 16th June. The match is an exciting opportunity for the New Zealand team to test their skills against one of Europe’s strongest football teams.

The last time the All Whites played friendly matches in Europe was in 2019 when they lost to Ireland by 3-1 and Lithuania by 1-0. The team will be hoping to improve on their previous performances and put up a good fight against Sweden. Before the match against Sweden, New Zealand will have two friendly matches in March against China, to be played in Auckland and Wellington.

NZF Media

Playing against Sweden at the Friends Arena will be a significant challenge for the All Whites, given Sweden’s strong footballing tradition and the quality of their players. However, the New Zealand team has shown their resilience and determination in the past, and they will be looking to give their best performance on the day.

This match is also an opportunity for New Zealand players to gain valuable international experience, which will be important for the team’s future success. The All Whites will be hoping to put on a good show for their fans and leave a positive impression on the international football scene.


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