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    The Wellington Phoenix women's side will play their first competitive game on December 3rd

    The Wellington Phoenix women's side will play their first competitive game on December 3rd


    The W-League and A-League draws for the upcoming season have been released, with both Phoenix sides to be based across the Tasman until at least January.

    The W-League side will face Western Sydney in their opening match on December 3rd, while the men open their A-League campaign a fortnight earlier on November 21 at Macarthur FC.

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