Breakfast kick-off time confirmed for Saturday’s All Whites game against Egypt

The All Whites will kick off at 9am (NZT) in their international match against Egypt on Saturday March 23.

The kick-off time has been confirmed after the change of venue for the game, from Abu Dhabi to Cairo.

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The match will be played at the 75,000-seater Cairo International Stadium, and will be streamed live and free to New Zealand on the FIFA+ platform.

Cairo International Stadium. Photo credit: Crosskimo.

While New Zealand and Egypt are playing, Tunisia and Croatia will play at the June 30 Stadium in Cairo, kicking off at the same time.

The winners of the two games will meet in a series final on Wednesday March 27.

The two losing teams will play off for third place in the series on Tuesday March 26.


Game to be played on Saturday March 23, 2024

Egypt v New Zealand
Cairo International Stadium, Cairo, 9am (NZT)

Tunisia v Croatia
June 30 Stadium, Cairo, Egypt, kick-off 9am (NZT)

Game to be played on Tuesday March 26, 2024 (NZT)

Play-off for third place
Cairo, Egypt, kick-off tbc (NZT)

Game to be played on Wednesday, March 27, 2024 (NZT)

Cairo, Egypt, kick-off tbc (NZT)


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Egypt squad


Mostafa Shobier
Mohamed Awad
Mohamed Abou-Gabal
El-Mahdi Soliman.


Mohamed Hany
Mohamed Abdelmonem
Akram Tawfik
Ramy Rabia
Mohamed Hamdi
Ahmed Ramadan Beckham
Mohamed Shokri
Ahmed Hegazy


Marwan Ateya
Emam Ashour
Mohamed Magdy Afsha
Ahmed Nabi Kouka
Hamdy Fathi


Mostafa Mohamed
Omar Marmoush
Mahmoud Trezeguet
Mostafa Fathi
Mohamed Sherif
Hussein El-Shahat
Ahmed Atef
Mohamed El-Shami

New Zealand


Max Crocombe (4 Caps) Burton Albion FC, England
Alex Paulsen (0 Caps) Wellington Phoenix FC, Aotearoa New Zealand
Oli Sail (9 Caps) Perth Glory FC, Australia


Tyler Bindon (4 Caps) Reading FC, England
Michael Boxall (47 Caps) Minnesota United FC, United States
Liberato Cacace (20 Caps) Empoli FC, Italy
Dane Ingham (13 Caps) Newcastle Jets, Australia
Lukas Kelly-Heald* (0 Caps) Wellington Phoenix FC, Aotearoa New Zealand
Tim Payne (34 Caps) Wellington Phoenix FC, Aotearoa New Zealand
Nando Pijnaker (18 Caps) Sligo Rovers, Republic of Ireland
Tommy Smith (51 Caps) Macarthur FC, Australia
Finn Surman (1 Caps) Wellington Phoenix FC, Aotearoa New Zealand


Joe Bell (18 Caps) Viking FK, Norway
Matthew Garbett (20 Caps) NAC Breda, Netherlands
Clayton Lewis (25 Caps) Macarthur FC, Australia
Callum McCowatt (17 Caps) Silkeborg IF, Denmark
Ben Old (2 Caps) Wellington Phoenix FC, Aotearoa New Zealand
Sarpreet Singh (12 Caps) FC Hansa Rostock, Germany
Marko Stamenic (19 Caps) FK Crvena zvezda, Serbia


Kosta Barbarouses (54 Caps) Wellington Phoenix FC, Aotearoa New Zealand
Elijah Just (20 Caps) AC Horsens, Denmark
Max Mata (9 Caps) Sligo Rovers, Republic of Ireland
Ben Waine (11 Caps) Plymouth Argyle FC, England
Chris Wood (74 Caps) Nottingham Forest, England

*Debut call-up

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