The Wellington Phoenix say they are “close to confirming” their first-ever women’s A-League fixture to be played in Auckland.
The club is working towards having their round 15 match against Sydney FC played in Auckland on the weekend of February 25-26, 2023.
This information is included in the club’s media statement revealing two men’s A-League games will be staged at Auckland’s Eden Park in March and April next year.
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The Phoenix start their second season of women’s A-League football in November, having played their first season in the competition while based in Australia.
A match against Sydney FC would pit Ferns striker Paige Satchell, now with the Phoenix, against her old club.
The fixture would also provide an opportunity for Football Ferns full-back Anna Green to turn out for Sydney, who she signed with for the new season.
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Main photo: The Phoenix women’s A-League team … made their debut in the competition last year.
Updated Phoenix women’s fixtures
Home games in bold, kick-off times in NZT
Sunday, November 20 vs Melbourne City at Sky Stadium – 3pm
Saturday, November 26 vs Western United at Sky Stadium – 3pm
Sunday, December 4 vs Melbourne Victory at TBC venue, Melbourne – 6pm
Saturday, December 10 vs Canberra United at McKellar Park, Canberra – 5pm
Saturday, December 17 vs Adelaide United at Sky Stadium – 5:40pm
Tuesday, December 27 vs Adelaide United at Coopers Stadium – 7:10pm
Monday, January 2 vs Western Sydney Wanderers at Sky Stadium – 12:20pm
Saturday, January 7 vs Western United at City Vista Recreation Reserve , Melbourne – 5pm
Sunday, January 15 vs Perth Glory at Macedonia Park, Perth – 9pm
Sunday, January 22 vs Canberra United at Sky Stadium – 12:20pm
Saturday, January 28 vs Brisbane Roar at AJ Kelly Park, Brisbane – 5pm
Sunday, February 12 vs Western Sydney Wanderers at Wanderers Football Park, Sydney – 5pm
FIFA international break – February 13-22
Saturday, February 25 vs Sydney FC at TBC venue – 5pm
Saturday, March 4 vs Brisbane Roar at Sky Stadium – 5:40pm
Saturday, March 11 vs Sydney FC at Netstrata Jubilee, Sydney – 5pm
Saturday, March 18 vs Perth Glory at Sky Stadium – 5pm
Saturday, March 25 vs Newcastle Jets at No. 2 Sportsground, Newcastle – 5pm
Saturday, April 1 vs Melbourne Victory at Sky Stadium – 12:20pm