New Zealand’s second game at the OFC U-19 Championships in Tahiti will be live streamed at 1pm on Sunday September 11 (NZT).
The match against American Samoa is the second group game at the tournament.
It will be live streamed by OFC’s channel and you can watch it by clicking on the link below:
New Zealand won their opening game at the tournament 8-0 against the Cook Islands.
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The finalists at the tournament automatically qualify for the 2023 FIFA U-20 Men’s World Cup in Indonesia.
Penieli ATU, Poasa COLLINS, Afa SIONE, Pama FETUAO, Nofomuli UITALIA, Petu POULI, Kelvin SEONG, Johnica COLLINS, Pago ISU, Jimmy DONG, Maselino FEULA, Tamati LILO, Nuumotu SASALA, Ioane PALEPUA, Zion MOALA, Sekone FAAOGA, Chris SELENI, Leon APOROSA, William HOLLISTER, Rex IOSE, Viliami Unga TOPUI. Head coach: Ruben LUVU.
Adam SUPYK, Isaac HUGHES, Finn SURMAN, Fin CONCHIE, Noah KARUNARATNE, Jackson MANUEL, Oliver COLLOTY, Jay HERDMAN, Oliver FAY, Oscar MASON, Lukas KELLY-HEALD, Marco LORENZ, Dan MCKAY, Sebastian BARTON-GINGER, Charlie BEALE, Kian DONKERS, Theo ETTEMA, Everton O’LEARY, Henry GRAY, Wilson SOUPHANTHAVONG. Head coach: Darren BAZELEY.
Wednesday September 14 (1pm NZT): New Zealand v Solomon Islands
The group winners and runners-up from each group will progress to the quarter-final stage, as well as the two highest-ranked third-placed teams.
Q1: Winner Group A v Best performed 3rd team from B/C
Q2: Winner Group B v Best performed 3rd team from A/C
Q3: Winner Group C v Runners-up Group A
Q4: Runners-up Group B v Runners-up Group C
Winners Q1 v Winners Q2
Winners Q3 v Winners Q4
About the OFC U-19 Championship
New Zealand have won the championship at seven of the 22 previous tournaments.
New Zealand are the current title holders, having won in 2018, the last time the championship was held.