The Japanese women’s soccer team, rival of Spain, will prepare for the Paris Games in Pinatar Arena


The women’s soccer teams of Japan and New Zealand will prepare for the Olympic Games in Pinatar Arena and the Nueva Condomina in Murcia, where they will play two friendly matches between them on May 31 and June 3 at 4:00 p.m., as reported this Friday by the installation in the Murcian town of San Pedro del Pinatar.

The Japanese team, placed in the same group as the Spanish team along with Nigeria and Brazil, had already been concentrated in these facilities in November 2022, when they played a friendly against England, the current European champion.

For its part, New Zealand was already at the Pinatar Arena last year 2023 in the month of October, when they faced Wales. The ‘kiwis’, who hosted the last World Cup, will be in Paris in group A along with France, Colombia and Canada.

Both meetings will be free for attendees and will also be broadcast on television in both countries.