Four players who are currently on the international stage, including former New Zealand skipper Matt Prior and former Australian skipper Nathan Brown, have gathered a collection of more than 1,200 photographs.
It includes a number of players who have been featured in various magazines and on television, but the vast majority of the photographs in this article are taken from the New Zealand squad, and have been submitted by the club.
It is the first time that the players have all gathered in a single place and shared the photos, which are now on display at the National Museum of New Zealand.
Prior is one of the most recognizable players in the history of New Zealand football, with a number and many appearances for the national team, and he is perhaps most famous for the famous crossword puzzle.
He has made his mark in the sport, having made it to the national squad at the age of 20, and has scored two goals in his career.
Brown is another player who has made a name for himself in the game, with his goal kicking ability and incredible passing.
Brown has also made a mark in New Zealand, having been in the national side since he was 18.
In his autobiography, Brown said that he was “always dreaming of being a professional footballer”.
The photographs show the players’ personal stories, from their family and friends, and include images of the players themselves, and a photo of their wives, mothers and sisters.
“I think the photos really do bring back memories of what it’s like to play the game,” Prior said.
“We have a lot of photographs, but they really capture the emotion of playing and being on the field.”
Brown said he was inspired to create the photos after a friend asked him to do a photo shoot for the club and he said he had never seen his photos before.
“My dad got me a Canon camera when I was seven years old and I’ve never been more inspired to photograph and write about the sport,” he said.
The team members also include a number players who had been part of previous squads, such as former captain Scott Thistle, and former players who also had an impact on the club, such at former captain Tom Cairns and former captain Ben Williams.
“In my career I’ve been lucky enough to be a part of a lot more national teams than just the New Zealander one,” Prior told the FourFourTwo.
“But to be part of the team that got us here was amazing.”