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  1. Ria Dawn Percival (Basildon, Inglaterra; 7 de diciembre de 1989) es una futbolista neozelandesa. Juega como defensora en el Tottenham Hotspur de la FA WSL de Inglaterra. [1] Es internacional con la selección de Nueva Zelanda, acumulando más de 150 partidos –récord masculino y femenino en su país– desde su debut en 2006, a los 16 años.

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    Ria Dawn Percival MNZM (born 7 December 1989) is a professional footballer who plays as a defensive midfielder for Women’s Championship club Crystal Palace, on loan from Tottenham Hotspur. Born in England, she played for the New Zealand women's national team and represented New Zealand 166 times, more than any other player, male or ...

  3. 7 de abr. de 2024 · Football Fern Ria Percival has announced her retirement from international football. Percival ends her illustrious 18-year international career after representing Aotearoa 166 times at senior level, more than any other female or male player in New Zealand football history.

  4. www.wikiwand.com › es › Ria_PercivalRia Percival - Wikiwand

    Ria Dawn Percival es una futbolista neozelandesa. Juega como defensora en el Tottenham Hotspur de la FA WSL de Inglaterra. Es internacional con la selección de Nueva Zelanda, acumulando más de 150 partidos –récord masculino y femenino en su país– desde su debut en 2006, a los 16 años.

  5. Defender Ria Percival arrived from West Ham in July, 2019, bringing a huge amount of international experience, having won 143 caps for New Zealand at that point, making her the record appearance-maker for her country.

  6. 27 de jul. de 2023 · Ria Percival, the defensive midfielder of New Zealands national womens team, knows this all too well. In April 2022, she suffered a gut-wrenching knee injury during a friendly...

  7. Check out the latest domestic and international stats, match logs, goals, height, weight and more for Ria Percival playing for New Zealand women's national team, Tottenham Hotspur LFC and West Ham United FC Women in the Women's Super League, Women's World Cup and Olympics (W)