Longo and Chance named in starting line-up for Ferns’ game against Switzerland

Football Ferns head coach Jitka Klimková has included Annalie Longo and Olivia Chance in her starting line-up for New Zealand’s crucial game against Switzerland.

Longo and Chance both came off the bench in the FIFA Women’s World Cup loss to the Philippines.

This means Betsy Hassett and Indiah-Paige Riley go to the bench for the game which starts at 7pm on Sunday.

Here are the line-ups confirmed by the teams before kick-off:

Starting line-ups

New Zealand


21 Victoria Esson (Rangers, Scotland)
4 CJ Bott (Leicester City, England)
7 Ali Riley (Angel City, United States) (captain)
13 Rebekah Stott (Brighton & Hove Albion, England)
14 Katie Bowen (Unattached)
2 Ria Percival (Tottenham Hotspur, England)
6 Malia Steinmetz (Unattached)
10 Annalie Longo (Unattached)
11 Olivia Chance (Celtic, Scotland)
16 Jacqui Hand (Åland United, Finland)
17 Hannah Wilkinson (Melbourne City, Australia)\


1 Erin Nayler (IFK Norrköping, Sweden)
3 Claudia Bunge (Melbourne Victory, Australia)
5 Michaela Foster (Unattached)
8 Daisy Cleverley (HB Køge, Denmark)
9 Gabi Rennie (Arizona State University, United States)
12 Betsy Hassett (Stjarnan, Iceland)
15 Paige Satchell ( Unattached)
18 Grace Jale (Unattached)
19 Elizabeth Anton (Perth Glory, Australia)
20 Indiah-Paige Riley (Unattached)
22 Milly Clegg (Western Sydney Wanderers, Australia)
23 Anna Leat (Aston Villa, England)

Head coach: Jitka Klimková



1 Gaëlle Thalmann (Real Betis, Spain)
2 Julia Stierli (Zürich, Switzerland)
5 Noelle Maritz (Arsenal, England)
8 Nadine Riesen (Zürich, Switzerland)
19 Eseosa Aigbogun (Paris FC, France)
6 Géraldine Reuteler (Eintracht Frankfurt, Germany)
11 Coumba Sow (Servette, Switzerland)
13 Lia Walti (Arsenal, England) (captain)
17 Seraina Piubel (Zürich, Switzerland)
9 Ana Maria Crnogorčević (Barcelona, Spain)
10 Ramona Bachmann (Paris Saint-Germain, France)


3 Lara Marti (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany)
4 Laura Felber (Servette, Switzerland)
7 Amira Arfaoui (Bayer Leverkusen, Germany)
12 Livia Peng (BK Häcken, Sweden)
14 Marion Rey (Zürich, Switzerland)
15 Luana Bühler (Tottenham Hotspur, England)
16 Sandrine Mauron (Servette, Switzerland)
18 Viola Calligaris (Paris Saint-Germain, France)
20 Fabienne Humm (Zürich, Switzerland)
21 Seraina Friedli (Zürich, Switzerland)
22 Meriame Terchoun (Dijon, France)
23 Alisha Lehmann (Aston Villa, England)

Head coach Inka Grings


Game to be played on Sunday July 30, 2023

New Zealand v Switzerland
Forsyth Barr Stadium, Dunedin, 7pm


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