New Zealand Vs Netherlands off the 2019 Women’s World Cup on Tuesday, June 12. It is one of the interesting matches in the E group stage of the world cup for 6 times OFC Women’s Nations Cup team New Zealand. Netherlands football team is a balanced team where New Zealand is more experienced in big tournaments of the competition. There will be 552 players and 24 coaches representing 24 countries at the 2019 Women’s World Cup in France. New Zealand current FIFA World Cup ranking is the 9th place and 5th appearance in the women’s World Cup where Netherlands current World ranking is the 8th place with 2017 European Championship. We are sharing the squad list and Prediction of New Zealand Vs Netherlands soccer match.
Sherida Spitse big star player on the team and more than 156 appearances with 30 goals for the country. Lieke Martens is another best footballer of the squad and one of the Best FIFA Women’s Player of 2017. Tom Sermanni is the head coach of the New Zealand Women’s Team, who has more experience to lead in international football with different teams. He selected an experienced player squad with captain Ali Riley and Abby Erceg, Annalie Longo, Betsy Hassett, Katie Duncan where every player has played more than 100 caps for the team.
Women’s World Cup 2019 Prediction: New Zealand Vs Netherlands
We are sharing the squad player list of both Women’s football teams. In the 2019 World Cup, New Zealand enters this competition with the aim of progressing to the knockout stages and Netherlands eyes to win the first-time world cup trophy. New Zealand is one of the experienced squad of this tournament where New Zealand win every Friendly in 2019 with a big margin.
The full squad lists for the FIFA Women’s World Cup 2019 of both teams can be accessed below:
- Prediction: Netherlands 3-1 New Zealand
- Date: Tuesday 11th June 2019 – 14:00 (UK), 9 A.M. ET
- Place: Le Havre, France
- TV Info: FS1 and Universo
- Live Stream: fuboTV (Try for free)
New Zealand Final 23-Woman Squad Players
- Coach: Tom Sermanni
- Star player: Ali Riley, Ria Percival, Sarah Gregorius
- World Cup best: Group stage (1991, 2007, 2011, 2015)
- Rank: 19
- Captain: Ali Riley
- Top scorer: Amber Hearn (54)
Goalkeepers: Erin Nayler (Bordeaux), Victoria Esson (Avaldsnes), Nadia Olla (Western Springs)
Defenders: Ria Percival (West Ham United), Anna Green (Miramar Rangers), CJ Bott (Vittsjö), Nicole Stratford (Unattached), Rebekah Stott (Avaldsnes), Ali Riley (captain) (Chelsea), Abby Erceg (North Carolina Courage), Sarah Morton (Western Springs), Stephanie Skilton (Papakura City), & Olivia Chance (Unattached)
Midfielders: Annalie Longo (Unattached), Betsy Hassett (KR Reykjavík), Katie Bowen (Utah Royals), Katie Duncan (Onehunga Sports), & Daisy Cleverley (California Golden Bears).
Forwards: Emma Kete (Unattached), Sarah Gregorius (Miramar Rangers), Rosie White (Unattached), Hannah Wilkinson (Unattached), & Paige Satchell (SC Sand).
Netherlands Final 23-Woman Squad Players
- Coach: Martina Voss-Tecklenburg
- Star player: Alexandra Popp, Dzsenifer Marozsán, Lena Goeßling
- World Cup best: Fourth Place (2011)
- Rank: 2
- Captain: Sari van Veenendaal
- Top scorer: Alexandra Popp 96(46)
Goalkeepers: Sari van Veenendaal (captain) (Arsenal), Loes Geurts (Göteborg), Lize Kop (Ajax)
Defenders: Desiree van Lunteren (Freiburg), Stefanie van der Gragt (Barcelona), Kika van Es (Ajax), Anouk Dekker (Montpellier), Merel van Dongen ( Real Betis), Danique Kerkdijk (captain) (Bristol City), Dominique Bloodworth (VfL Wolfsburg), & Liza van der Most (Ajax)
Midfielders: Victoria Pelova (Ajax), Sherida Spitse (Vålerenga), Daniëlle van de Donk (Arsenal), Jill Roord (Arsenal), Jackie Groenen (Manchester United), & Inessa Kaagman (Everton).
Forwards: Shanice van de Sanden (Lyon), Vivianne Miedema (Arsenal), Lieke Martens (Barcelona), Renate Jansen (Arsenal), Lineth Beerensteyn (Ajax) & Ellen Jansen (Bayern Munich)