Portugal Vs New Zealand Head To Head Stats In Football History Records

Portugal and New Zealand are one the professional National Football team from UEFA and OFC confederations respectively. Here are the head to head stats and historical record of matches played between Portugal and New Zealand. The Portuguese are also called as the navigators while New Zealand are also known as All Whites as their nicknames. Fernando Santos is the current head coach of Portugal and Anthony Hudson is leading New Zealand team as head coach of the team. New Zealand played their first ever International match against Australia on 17 June 1922 and won it by 3-1. Portugal lost their first ever international match against Spain by 3-1 on 18 December 1921. Have a look on all time head to head record.

Portugal Vs New Zealand Head To head Stats in Football History

Portugal vs New Zealand head to head football

Stats Germany Chile
Matches played
Wins
Loss
Draw
Goals scored
 Records 
Highest FIFA rank 3 47
World Cup apps. 6 2
World Cup titles
Biggest win 8-0 vs Liechtenstein 13-0 vs Fiji
Top goal scorer Cristiano Rnaldo [68 goals]
Most caps Cristiano Ronaldo [136 games]

No international record is available as Portugal and New Zealand never played against each other in football history.

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First Head To Head

  • 24 June 2017 at Krestovsky Stadium, Saint Petersburg

The first ever head to head match between Portugal and New Zealand is scheduled to be played on 24th of June 2017. It will a Confederations Cup 2017 game which will be the last group stage game for both sides. Being OFC Champions, New Zealand qualified for this competition, while Portugal qualified as Winners of UEFA Euro 2016.

Trophies Comparison

Portugal

  • FIFA World Cup appearances: 6, Best result: Third place in 1966
  • UEFA Euro appearances: 7, Best result: Champions in 2016
  • FIFA Confederations Cup appearances: 1, Best result: TBD [2017]

New Zealand

  • FIFA World Cup appearances: 2, Best result: Group stage in 1982 and 2010
  • OFC Nations Cup appearances: 10, Best result: Champions in 1973, 1998, 2002,2008, 2016
  • FIFA Confederations Cup appearances: 4, Best result: Group stage in 1999, 2003 and 2009

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