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The Football Ferns have not had long to plot their response to Sunday’s defeat to Scotland but coach Andreas Heraf says he and his support staff have not needed much time to work out what went wrong. New Zealand…

The Football Ferns have gone down fighting, losing 2-0 to Scotland in an international friendly in wet conditions in San Pedro del Pinatar, Spain. The World No 19, who were playing under Head Coach Andreas Heraf for the first…

Papua New Guinea’s newest side in the National Soccer League is making history with its progressive approach. The side has become the first to employ a female as its head coach, with Papua New Guinea’s first OFC B Licence…

Football Ferns coach Andreas Heraf is excited to build on what the team achieved on the Thailand tour last year when they take on Scotland in two international friendlies in Spain next month. Head coach Heraf and assistant coach…

Ferns duo go pro

Football Ferns defender Meikayla Moore and striker Aimee Phillips have secured their first professional contracts in Europe. Moore (21) has signed with FC Koln in the Bundesliga to play alongside Ferns striker Amber Hearn, while Phillips (26) will play…

The Football Ferns are confirmed to play Scotland in two international friendlies in March. The World No 19 will take on the Scottish women on Saturday 3 March and Tuesday 6 March at the Pinatar Football Arena in San…