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The Football Association of Wales is pleased to announce that the Women's National Team will play an international friendly against New Zealand on Tuesday 4th June.
This will be Wales' second ever match against New Zealand. The first match between the two sides was played out in Switzerland in June 2011 when the Ferns beat a Wales team featuring current internationals Sophie Ingle, Jessica Fishlock and Helen Ward 2-0.
Wales manager Jayne Ludlow will see the Ferns, ranked 19th in the world, as the ideal test ahead of the UEFA Women's EURO 2021 qualifying campaign which begins in August. Wales have been drawn against the Norway, Belarus, Northern Ireland and the Faroe Islands. The New Zealand fixture will be Wales' final match before the qualifying campaign begins.
New Zealand, coached by Tom Sermanni, will see the match as the ideal preparation for the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup which starts three days later in France. New Zealand have been drawn against Canada, Cameroon and the Netherlands in the group stages.
The match will take place at the Cardiff International Sports Stadium with a 7pm kick off time. Tickets will go on sale on Monday 1st April on faw.cymru/tickets.
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