New Zealand national under-23 football team
The New Zealand Under-23 Football Team, informally known as the "Oly-Whites", represents New Zealand Football and New Zealand in international Under-23 football (soccer) events, such as the Summer Olympics.
|Association||New Zealand Football|
|Head coach||Danny Hay|
|Most caps||Jeremy Brockie & Daniel Ellensohn (15)|
|Top scorer||Jeremy Brockie (8)|
| Australia 2 – 0 New Zealand |
(Melbourne, Australia; 22 May 1991)
| New Zealand 12 – 0 American Samoa |
(Suva, Fiji; 24 September 2019)
| New Zealand 0 – 5 Australia |
(Adelaide, Australia; 21 January 1996)
New Zealand 0 – 5 Brazil
(Shenyang, China; 10 August 2008)
|OFC Men's Olympic Qualifying Tournament|
|Appearances||8 (first in 1991)|
|Best result||Champions (1999, 2008, 2012, 2019)|
The Oly-Whites qualified for the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing after winning the OFC Preliminary Competition in Fiji. Thus, Beijing saw the first Olympic appearance for a New Zealand men's football team.
The New Zealand national under-23 football team has competed in the OFC Men's Olympic Qualifying Tournament since 1991. During the 1980s, the New Zealand national football team participated in Olympic Qualification.
|OFC U-23 Championship|
|3 July 2015 2015 Pacific Games||New Zealand||2–0||Solomon Islands||Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea|
|12:00 UTC+10||Patterson 29'
|Report||Stadium: Bisini Sports Complex|
Referee: Ravitesh Behari (Fiji)
|5 July 2015 2015 Pacific Games||Papua New Guinea||0–1||New Zealand||Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea|
|15:00 UTC+10||Report||Patterson 60'||Stadium: Bisini Sports Complex|
Referee: Norbert Hauata (Tahiti)
|7 July 2015 2015 Pacific Games||New Caledonia||0–5||New Zealand||Port Moresby, Papua New Guinea|
|14:00 UTC+10||Report||Hudson-Wihongi 13'
Rogerson 34', 61', 71'
|Stadium: Bisini Sports Complex|
Referee: Kader Zitouni (Tahiti)
Olympic Football TournamentEdit
|1900 – 1980||Did Not Participate|
|1984||Did Not Qualify|
|7 August Group C||China PR||1–1||New Zealand||Shenyang, China|
|19:45 UTC+08:00||Dong 88'||Report||53' Brockie||Stadium: Shenyang Olympic Stadium|
Referee: Martín Vázquez
|10 August Group C||New Zealand||0–5||Brazil||Shenyang, China|
|17:00 UTC+08:00||Report|| 3' Anderson
55', 61' (pen.) Ronaldinho
|Stadium: Shenyang Olympic Stadium|
Referee: Stéphane Lannoy
|13 August Group C||New Zealand||0–1||Belgium||Shanghai, China|
|19:45 UTC+08:00||Report||35' Haroun||Stadium: Shanghai Stadium|
Referee: Pablo Pozo
|26 July Group C||Belarus||1–0||New Zealand||Coventry, United Kingdom|
|19:45 UTC+01:00||Baha 45+1'||Report||Stadium: The City of Coventry Stadium|
Referee: Bakary Gassama
|29 July Group C||Egypt||1–1||New Zealand||Manchester, United Kingdom|
|12:00 UTC+01:00||Salah 40'||Report||Wood 17'||Stadium: Old Trafford|
Referee: Mark Clattenburg
The squad named for friendlies against Australia on 6 and 9 September 2019. Caps listed are only at U23 level and are accurate as of 19 August 2019.
Head coach: Danny Hay