Qatar have lost a friendly international 1-0 to Croatia’s U-23 team as they prepare for the June international window which includes a match against the All Whites.
Qatar play Jamaica and New Zealand in Vienna, Austria, before heading to the Gold Cup tournament hosted by the United States and Canada.
The match against New Zealand kicks off at 4am on Tuesday June 20 (NZT), three days after the All Whites play Sweden.
Playing Croatia U-23 in Vienna, where the Qatar team has its training camp, the only goal of the game was scored by striker Igor Matanovic in the 79th minute.
Qatar coach Carlos Queiroz rotated his squad to field separate line-ups for each half of the game.
Main photo: The Qatari players at their training camp. Photo credit: Qatar Football Association.
Jassim Al-Hail (Al-Arabi)
Mishaal Barshim (Al-Sadd)
Salah Zakaria (Al-Duhail)
Youssef Hassan (Al-Gharrafa)
Hazem Ahmed (Al-Wakra)
Ahmed Suhail (Al-Arabi)
Jassim Jaber (Al-Arabi)
Tariq Salman (Al-Sadd)
Musab Khader (Al-Sadd)
Bassam Al-Rawi (Al-Duhail)
Muhammad Al-Nuaimi (Al-Duhail)
Youssef Ayman (Al-Duhail)
Hammam Al-Amin (Al-Gharrafa)
Ahmed Fathi (Al-Arabi)
Abdullah Al-Maarafi (Al-Arabi)
Asim Madabo (Al-Duhail)
Ali Asad (Al-Sadd)
Muhammad Waad (Al-Sadd)
Mustafa Meshaal (Al-Shamal)
Ahmed Alaa (Al-Gharafa)
Al-Moez Ali (Al-Duhail)
Muhammad Muntari (Al-Duhail)
Tamim Mansour (Al-Rayyan)
Khaled Mounir (Al-Wakra)
Youssef Abdel-Razzaq (Al-Wakra)
Game to be played on Saturday June 17, 2023
Sweden v All Whites
Friends Arena, Soina, Stockholm, 5am (NZT)
Game to be played on Tuesday June 20, 2023
Qatar v All Whites
Generali Arena, Vienna, 4am (NZT)
Where the All Whites will play Qatar
Check out this tour of the Generali Arena, Vienna: