New Zealand marks 1 month to Women’s World Cup with match near Mount Cook

New Zealand has marked the one month countdown to the start of the Women’s World Cup by creating a full-sized football pitch in the remote southern highlands of the South Island, in the shadow of New Zealand’s highest mountain Aoraki Mount Cook. The 105-meter long, 68-meter wide (114 yards by 74 yards) was built by hand on the tussocky plains of the McKenzie Country in front of the 3,724-meter (12,217-foot) mountain on which Sir Edmond Hillary trained for his successful…

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