This year the reigning champions have been drawn in Pool A alongside Spain, USA and Ireland.
Their rivals Australia, who are just two points behind the Kiwis in the Series standings, head Pool B alongside Russia, France and South Africa, who take part in the Series for the first time this season.
Pool C will see Canada face England, Brazil and hosts Netherlands in a competitive group.
Matches kick off around midday (GMT +2) on both Friday and Saturday, with all the action streamed live on wsws.irb.com.
The last round of the Series in China saw another enthralling final between New Zealand and Australia in the rain in Guangzhou, with the “Sistas” coming out on top after yet another epic battle between the two teams.
As always, #Amsterdam7s has some great promo videos for their event, check them out on their Youtube Channel.
IRB Women’s Sevens World Series 2013/2014
Round 1 – UAE: Dubai, November 28 – November 30 , 2013 – 7he Sevens Stadium
Round 2 – USA: Atlanta, Georgia, 15-16 February, 2014 – Kenshaw State University
Round 3 – Brazil: Barueri Sao Paulo, 21-22 February 2014 – Arena Barueri
Round 4 – China: Guangzhou, 5-6 April 2014 – Guangzhou University Town Stadium
Round 5 – Netherlands: Amsterdam, 16-17 May 2014 – NRCA Stadium