The All Whites will play Australia at Auckland’s Eden Park in September as a component of a two-game series against the Socceroos.
It will be whenever the trans-Tasman first opponents have met in over 10 years, and the principal full global to be played in New Zealand since the Peru World Cup match in 2017.
The game is planned for Sunday September 25, 2022, with a 4pm start up.
The Australian-facilitated game in the series is supposed to be played on Thursday September 22 at a scene yet to be affirmed.
Tickets will go marked down from Friday June 10, and will begin at $20.
A pre-deal is accessible to New Zealand Whānau individuals from late morning on Tuesday June 7 (click here to join Football Whānau).
The All Whites-Socceroos match will commend the century of the main game between the nations, played in June 1922 in Dunedin.
Reporting the Eden Park apparatus, NZ Football Andrew Pragnell said:
“This is a pivotal and history-production game in such countless ways.
“We are more than happy to have the option to recognize 100 years of trans-Tasman football in organization with Football Australia and carry senior global football to Eden Park out of the blue. It’s a game not to be missed. It will have an amazing climate and something for all Kiwis to get behind and be pleased with.
“We genuinely promised to play more games in Aotearoa for all our public sides. Presently with our lines open, I am extremely satisfied we can declare this coordinate with more senior worldwide football facilitated in New Zealand set to be affirmed soon.
“This game addresses a chance for all New Zealanders to observe a portion of Aotearoa’s most noteworthy football ability who have been creating and carrying out their specialty abroad at the most significant levels.”
All Whites lead trainer Danny Hay told the NZ Football site:
“Our consideration right presently is clearly centered around our FIFA World Cup Intercontinental Play-Off game against Costa Rica however it is perfect to realize we have this hanging tight for us in September.
“We realize fans need this game yet so do the players and staff. Getting the opportunity to at long last play at home, play at Eden Park and take on the Aussies is truly energizing. I can hardly stand by.”