The New Zealand national team are nicknamed the 'All Whites' and the are the most dominant side in the OFC confederation where they reached the 2010 FIFA World Cup beating AFC side Bahrain to reach the finals. The side played through the World Cup having not lost a match drawing to Slovakia, Italy and Paraguay making the team the only unbeaten team at the tournament. The side's most famous player is Wynton Rufer who played at several European clubs in the 80's and 90's including FC Zurich, Werder Bremen, Kaiserslautern, FC Aarau and Norwich City.
New Zealand wear an all white home strip (hence the nickname) and an all black away kit. They have won the Oceania Nations Cup on three occasions, in 1973, 1998 and 2002.
Having launched their home kit earlier in the year, New Zealand have now revealed their new away kit for the 2014 season. Like their rugby counterparts the All Blacks, the new away kit for the All Whites is all black featuring the same silver trim seen on the home kit [...]
Along with several other Nike teams, New Zealand are the latest nation to release their new home kit for the 2014-15 season. The only team who were undefeated at the 2014 World Cup New Zealand have launched their new 2014-15 home kit by Nike [...]
The national football team of New Zealand forms part of the OFC confederation with national teams from Oceania [...]
Here is the new away shirt that New Zealand's national football team will wear for the first time on Wednesday night when they face Jamaica at Auckland's Mt Smart stadium. Black Away Jersey The new away shirt continues the Kiwi's trend of wearing black kits in a nod to their rugby playing [...]
New Zealand are nicknamed the All Whites play in the Oceania group of World Cup qualifying. They have made it to the World Cup Finals in 1982, for the finals in Spain. They finished bottom of their group failing to pick up a point against Brazil, USSR and Scotland, only scoring twice.
New Zealand won their first international match, against Australia, in Dunedin 3-1. The player who has pulled on the national shirt the most times is Steve Sumner with 105 caps. Top international scorer is Jock Newall with 28 goals.