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2020 National Premier Leagues draws released

2020 National Premier Leagues draws released

Capital Football has today released the draws for the 2020 National Premier Leagues (NPL) competitions, including NPL Women’s, NPL1 Men’s, NPL2 Men’s and NPL Youth. All four NPL competitions will get underway as below: NPL Youth Round 1 commences on Saturday 7 March NPL1 Men’s Round 1 commences on Saturday 28 March NPL Women’s Round […]

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NPL1 Grand Final Preview

NPL1 Grand Final Preview

Tigers FC v Gungahlin United | Grand Final | Saturday, 6pm @ Deakin Stadium  Watch Live After more than 20 weeks of football, Tigers FC and Gungahlin United have risen above the rest, and will now play-off in the NPL1 Grand Final at Deakin Stadium on Saturday night.  However, both sides have had to overcome their […]

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National Premier Leagues Grand Finals Information

National Premier Leagues Grand Finals Information

Saturday will see a monster day of Grand Final action at Deakin Stadium, as the NPL Women’s Reserves, NPL1 Men’s U20’s, NPL Women’s and NPL1 Men’s seasons come to a close. The day will kick-off at 9am with the NPL Women’s Reserve grade Grand Final between the Canberra United Academy and Woden-Weston FC, before Belconnen […]

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NPL1 Preliminary Final Wrap

NPL1 Preliminary Final Wrap

Canberra Olympic 1 (Michael Piccolo 63’) def. by Gungahlin United 2 (Jack Green 84’, Jeremy Habtemariam 88’) By Tim Warren Gungahlin United have booked the last spot in the 2019 NPL1 Grand Final with a come from behind 2-1 win over Canberra Olympic at Deakin Stadium on Sunday afternoon. Two late goals in the space […]

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NPL1 Preliminary Final Preview

NPL1 Preliminary Final Preview

Canberra Olympic v Gungahlin United | Preliminary Final | Sunday, 4:30pm @ Deakin Stadium  Watch Live Two star-studded teams will go head-to-head in the NPL1 preliminary final on Sunday, as Canberra Olympic and Gungahlin United battle it out for a spot in next weeks Grand Final. Gungahlin enter the match full of confidence having defeated […]

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Update – Preliminary Finals Venue Change

Update – Preliminary Finals Venue Change

The following National Premier Leagues preliminary finals have been moved to Deakin Stadium from the AIS:   Sunday, 8th September NPLW Reserves – Kick-off at 9am NPL U20s – Kick-off at 11:30am NPLW – Kick-off at 2pm NPL1 – Kick-off at 4:30pm   Further information regarding NPL finals times and venues can be found here. […]

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NPL1 Semi-Finals Wrap

NPL1 Semi-Finals Wrap

Canberra Olympic 0 def. by Tigers FC 1 (Mark Shields 50’) By Tim Warren Tigers FC have booked the first spot in the 2019 NPL1 Grand Final with a 1-0 upset victory over Canberra Olympic in the qualifying final at the AIS on Saturday afternoon. Cooma reversed the result from the premiership decider just 13 […]

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NPL1 Semi-Finals Preview

NPL1 Semi-Finals Preview

Gungahlin United v Canberra FC | Elimination Final | Saturday, 2pm @ AIS Grass 2 Watch Live Gungahlin United and Canberra FC go head-to-head in the NPL1 elimination final at the AIS on Saturday afternoon. The sides met just two weeks ago, with Canberra FC claiming a 3-1 win to book their spot in the […]

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NPL1 Round 18 | Canberra Olympic roll Tigers to claim Premiership

NPL1 Round 18 | Canberra Olympic roll Tigers to claim Premiership

Canberra Olympic claimed the Premiership on the final day of the season with a confident performance against Tigers FC, while Canberra FC stormed out of the blocks at Deakin to jump Belconnen United back into the top four. Canberra Olympic 4 (Stephen Domenici 22’, 82’, Kofi Danning 44’, Nik Popovich 58’) def. Tigers FC 0 […]

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NPL1 Round 18 | Title to be decided at O’Connor

NPL1 Round 18 | Title to be decided at O’Connor

Woden-Weston v Monaro Panthers | Saturday, 3pm @ Melrose Synthetic Watch Live It’s the end of the road for Woden-Weston and Monaro in 2019 as they play their final regular season game at Melrose on Saturday afternoon. Monaro were knocked out of finals contention in a home loss to Belconnen United last weekend and will […]

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The National Premier League Capital Football is the highest competition offered in men’s football in the ACT. Following the 2017 Competitions Review, the competition features two divisions, NPL 1 & NPL 2, with a separate NPL Youth competition for the U13, U14, U16 & U18 age grades.


NPL1

In 2020, eight clubs will compete in Capital Football’s NPL1 Men’s competition. At the end of 2020, the club that finishes bottom of the table will be relegated to NPL2 Men’s for the following season. The eight clubs are as follows:

Belconnen United FC

Canberra FC

Canberra Olympic FC

Gungahlin United FC

Monaro Panthers FC

Tigers FC

Tuggeranong United FC

Woden-Weston FC

 

 

NPL1 – DRAWS AND RESULTS

NPL2

NPL2 Men’s competition now forms the second tier of the NPL Capital Football structure. At the end of the 2020 NPL2 Season, the club that finishes top of the table will be promoted to NPL1. The 10 clubs in the NPL2 Men’s competition are as follows:

Australian National University (ANU FC)

Brindabella Blues FC

Canberra White Eagles FC

Narrabundah FC

O’Connor Knights SC

Queanbeyan City FC

Southern Tablelands United FC

Wagga City Wanderers FC

Weston Molonglo FC

Yoogali Soccer Club

NPL2 – DRAWS AND RESULTS

NPL Youth

In 2020, thirteen clubs will compete in Capital Football’s NPL Youth competition. The thirteen clubs are as follows:

Belconnen United FC

Brindabella Blues FC

Canberra FC

Canberra Olympic FC

Gungahlin United FC

Monaro Panthers FC

Radford College

Riverina Rhinos FC

Tigers FC

Tuggeranong United FC

Wagga City Wanderers FC

Woden Valley SC

Woden-Weston FC

NPLY – DRAWS AND RESULTS

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