The FFA Cup is a national knockout competition that includes teams from Community Level, National Premier Leagues, right through to the Hyundai A-League.
The FFA Cup is run by Football Federation Australia in conjunction with the State and Territory Member Federations in ACT, Queensland, NSW, Northern NSW, Victoria,Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia.
Each and every cup tie must be decided on the day, with extra time and penalties to decide results of matches drawn after 90 minutes.
Over 600 clubs play in the feeder competitions run by the states and territories. The Hyundai A-League clubs join the competition in the Round of 32, alongside 22 clubs who have progressed from the ranks of the semi-professional and amateur tiers.
For full information on the FFA Cup, head to the official website: theffacup.com.au
The Preliminary Rounds of the FFA Cup conducted by Capital Football is also known as the Men’s Federation Cup. The winner of the FFA Cup Preliminary Rounds / Men’s Federation Cup will qualify for the FFA Cup Round of 32.
We will see the nine NPL1 Clubs, nine NPL2 Clubs and two Community League Clubs participate in the 2019 edition.
Round 7 of the FFA Cup Preliminary Rounds / Men’s Federation Cup Final will be held on Saturday 15th June at Deakin Stadium.