STREAM: Watch Auckland United play Southern United in women’s Grand Final

Auckland United will meet Southern United in the Grand Final of the women’s National League on Sunday November 26, 2023, to decide which club claims the national title.

The winner will also become New Zealand’s representative at next year’s OFC Women’s Championship.

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The match will be live-streamed free by FIFA+.

Click on the link below to watch the game.


Game to be played on Sunday November 26, 2023

Women’s National League Grand Final

Auckland United v Southern United
Go Media Stadium, Auckland, 4pm


Expected squad based on last four rounds

Auckland United

1 Aimee Hall (GK)
2 Talisha Green (captain)
3 Jess Philpot
4 Greer MacIntosh
5 Chelsea Elliott
6 Yume Harashima
8 Danielle Canham
9 Bree Johnson
10 Shannon Henson
11 Rene Wasi
12 Pia Vlok
14 Alexis Cook
15 Kate McConnell
16 Suva Haering
17 Penny Brill
18 Riley Sheldon
19 Poppy O’Brien
20 Maisy Dewell


Head coach: Ben Bate
Assistant coach: Olivia Sprott
Goalkeeper coach: Gene Granger/Amberley Hollis
Physio: Kath Broad
Team manager: Leif Rennell

Southern United

1 Lauren Paterson (GK)
2 Rose Morton
3 Hannah Mackay-Wright
4 Freya Partridge-Moore
5 Toni Power
6 Tahlia Roome
7 Abby Rankin
8 Kendrah Smith
9 Jemma Wilson
10 Amy Hislop
11 Shania McIntosh
12 Marissa Porteous
13 Margarida Dias
14 Madeline McCormick
15 Bianca Park
16 Hayley Julian (GK)
17 Samantha Woolley
18 Raegan Potter
20 Katie Mawdesley
Amelia Simmers (GK)


Head coach: Graeme Small
Assistant coach: Kris Ridley
Goalkeeper coach: Tom Stevens
Physio: Jonas Hernandez / Helen Littleworth
Team manager: Kirsten Pram

Match officials

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Referee: Anna-Marie Keighley
Assistant referee: Helosie Welch
Assistant referee: Courtney Bremner
Fourth official: Beth Rattray

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