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2019 FFA Cup

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What clubs outside of FFSA three leagues have nominated for the cup?

Ie SA SAASL clubs?

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Re: 2019 FFA Cup

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cobras, Red Blue eagles, Titans, Wanderers, BOSA, Brahma, Downs, Vale, Ghan, Noalunga, Iggies, Pontian, TTG, Lion

Uni, Cardijn, Mercees, Rostrevor, SHOC

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Re: 2019 FFA Cup

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blue moon wrote:cobras, Red Blue eagles, Titans, Wanderers, BOSA, Brahma, Downs, Vale, Ghan, Noalunga, Iggies, Pontian, TTG, Lion

Uni, Cardijn, Mercees, Rostrevor, SHOC

Thanks man ..

Hopefully close games and upsets like last year makes it a better and much more meaningful competition..will all the above clubs involves

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Re: 2019 FFA Cup

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Just for future reference:

Key Cup Dates
• Round 1: 29-31 March
• Round 2: 19-21 April
• Round 3: 3-5 May
• Quarter Final: 21-22 May
• Semi-Final: 4-5 June
• Final: 21-23 June

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Re: 2019 FFA Cup

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This year the first round will have all amateur sides, SL1 & 2 then 1 NPL side.

Last year the qualifiers were just Amateur & SL2
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Re: 2019 FFA Cup

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FOOTBALL FEDERATION SA MEMO
To: Affiliated Associations and Clubs From: George Georganas
Date: 13 March 2019
Re: FFA Cup – Round 1
Dear all
Football Federation SA is pleased to confirm the 54 participating teams for the 2019 FFA Cup Preliminary Rounds South Australia.
Team
Association
Adelaide Blue Eagles
FFSA
Adelaide City FC
FFSA
Adelaide Cobras Amateur SC
SAASL
Adelaide Cobras SC
FFSA
Adelaide Comets
FFSA
Adelaide Hills Hawks
FFSA
Adelaide Olympic FC
FFSA
Adelaide Red Blue Eagles FC
SAASL
Adelaide Titans FC
SAASL
Adelaide University Grads Red
CSL
Adelaide University SC
FFSA
Adelaide Victory
FFSA
Adelaide Wanderers
SAASL
BOSA FC
SAASL
Brahma Lodge Soccer Club
SAASL
Campbelltown City
FFSA
Cardijn Old Collegians FC
CSL
Cove FC
FFSA
Croydon Kings
FFSA
Cumberland United
FFSA
Eastern United
FFSA
Elizabeth Downs SC
SAASL
Elizabeth Vale SC
SAASL
Fulham FC
FFSA
Gawler Eagles
FFSA
Ghan Kilburn City FC
SAASL
Mercedes Old Collegiates Soccer Club
CSL
NE MetroStars
FFSA
Modbury Jets
FFSA
Modbury Vista
FFSA

Mount Barker United SC
FFSA
Noarlunga United Amateur SC
SAASL
Noarlunga United SC
FFSA
Northern Demons
FFSA
Old Ignatians' SC
SAASL
Para Hills Knights
FFSA
Pirates FC
FFSA
Playford Patriots
FFSA
Pontian Eagles SC
SAASL
Raiders FC
FFSA
Rostrevor Old Collegians SC
CSL
Sacred Heart Old Collegians SC
CSL
Salisbury United
FFSA
Seaford Rangers
FFSA
South Adelaide
FFSA
Sturt Lions
FFSA
Tea Tree Gully City SC
SAASL
UniSA FC
FFSA
USC Lion SC
SAASL
Vipers FC
FFSA
West Adelaide FC
FFSA
Western Strikers
FFSA
White City
FFSA
WT Birkalla
FFSA
Round 1 will involve all State League 1 Teams (12), State League 2 Teams (12) and all nominated Affiliated Association teams (19), being a total of 43 teams. One National Premier League (NPL) team will be required to be drawn out to bring the total number of teams competing in Round 1 to 44 teams. The ten (10) remaining NPL Teams will have a bye in Round 1. Please note Adelaide United is not eligible to participate in the FFA Cup Preliminary Rounds.
The draw for Round 1 will take place at 11:00am on Monday, 18 March 2019 at FFSA Offices, Coopers Stadium. The draw will be hosted by The Advertiser’s Rob Greenwood and will be livestreamed through FFSA’s Facebook page.
FFSA invites all club representatives to attend the draw and be involved with interviews as part of the live stream broadcast. If a representative from your club is attending please RSVP your attendance by 9.00am, Monday, 18 March 2019.
Following the draw, fixtures will be emailed to clubs. The home team of each fixture will be required to provide the date and time of when the game is to be played on the weekend of the 29-31 March 2019. This information is to be provided to FFSA no later than 9.00am Wednesday 20 March 2019.
At the completion of Round 1, the winners of these games being 32 teams will go into Round 2 to be played on the weekend of 19-21 April (Easter Weekend).
Cup Draw Format
• Round 1 – 44 Teams to play, 10 NPL Teams to have a bye;
• Round 2 – 22 winning Teams from Round 1 plus 10 NPL Teams – Round of 32;
• Round 3 – 16 winning Teams from Round 2 – Round of 16;
• Quarter Finals – Eight (8) winning Teams from Round 3;
• Semi-Finals – Four (4) winning teams from the Quarter Finals;
• Finals –Two (2) winning teams from the Semi-Finals.

Federation Cup (Under 18s and Reserves)
Thirty-Six Teams will contest the Under 18s and Reserves Federation Cup.
Round 1 will involve only eight (8) teams to be drawn out from State League 2. All NPL and State League 1 Teams will have a bye including the four (4) remaining State League 2 teams.
The winning four (4) teams from Round 1 will join the remaining 28 teams in Round 2 (Round of 32).
The draw for Round 1 of the Reserves and Under 18 Federation Cup will take place following the draw of the FFA Cup.
Should you have any questions relating to the information above, please do not hesitate to contact me on george.georganas@ffsa.com.au or 8340 3088.
Kind Regards
George Georganas
Senior Men’s Football Manager
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Re: 2019 FFA Cup

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Lets hope they don’t stuff the fixtures around again this year when the cup rounds are on.

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paul merson wrote:
FOOTBALL FEDERATION SA MEMO
To: Affiliated Associations and Clubs From: George Georganas
Date: 13 March 2019
Re: FFA Cup – Round 1
Dear all
Football Federation SA is pleased to confirm the 54 participating teams for the 2019 FFA Cup Preliminary Rounds South Australia.
Team
Association
Adelaide Blue Eagles
FFSA
Adelaide City FC
FFSA
Adelaide Cobras Amateur SC
SAASL
Adelaide Cobras SC
FFSA
Adelaide Comets
FFSA
Adelaide Hills Hawks
FFSA
Adelaide Olympic FC
FFSA
Adelaide Red Blue Eagles FC
SAASL
Adelaide Titans FC
SAASL
Adelaide University Grads Red
CSL
Adelaide University SC
FFSA
Adelaide Victory
FFSA
Adelaide Wanderers
SAASL
BOSA FC
SAASL
Brahma Lodge Soccer Club
SAASL
Campbelltown City
FFSA
Cardijn Old Collegians FC
CSL
Cove FC
FFSA
Croydon Kings
FFSA
Cumberland United
FFSA
Eastern United
FFSA
Elizabeth Downs SC
SAASL
Elizabeth Vale SC
SAASL
Fulham FC
FFSA
Gawler Eagles
FFSA
Ghan Kilburn City FC
SAASL
Mercedes Old Collegiates Soccer Club
CSL
NE MetroStars
FFSA
Modbury Jets
FFSA
Modbury Vista
FFSA

Mount Barker United SC
FFSA
Noarlunga United Amateur SC
SAASL
Noarlunga United SC
FFSA
Northern Demons
FFSA
Old Ignatians' SC
SAASL
Para Hills Knights
FFSA
Pirates FC
FFSA
Playford Patriots
FFSA
Pontian Eagles SC
SAASL
Raiders FC
FFSA
Rostrevor Old Collegians SC
CSL
Sacred Heart Old Collegians SC
CSL
Salisbury United
FFSA
Seaford Rangers
FFSA
South Adelaide
FFSA
Sturt Lions
FFSA
Tea Tree Gully City SC
SAASL
UniSA FC
FFSA
USC Lion SC
SAASL
Vipers FC
FFSA
West Adelaide FC
FFSA
Western Strikers
FFSA
White City
FFSA
WT Birkalla
FFSA
Round 1 will involve all State League 1 Teams (12), State League 2 Teams (12) and all nominated Affiliated Association teams (19), being a total of 43 teams. One National Premier League (NPL) team will be required to be drawn out to bring the total number of teams competing in Round 1 to 44 teams. The ten (10) remaining NPL Teams will have a bye in Round 1. Please note Adelaide United is not eligible to participate in the FFA Cup Preliminary Rounds.
The draw for Round 1 will take place at 11:00am on Monday, 18 March 2019 at FFSA Offices, Coopers Stadium. The draw will be hosted by The Advertiser’s Rob Greenwood and will be livestreamed through FFSA’s Facebook page.
FFSA invites all club representatives to attend the draw and be involved with interviews as part of the live stream broadcast. If a representative from your club is attending please RSVP your attendance by 9.00am, Monday, 18 March 2019.
Following the draw, fixtures will be emailed to clubs. The home team of each fixture will be required to provide the date and time of when the game is to be played on the weekend of the 29-31 March 2019. This information is to be provided to FFSA no later than 9.00am Wednesday 20 March 2019.
At the completion of Round 1, the winners of these games being 32 teams will go into Round 2 to be played on the weekend of 19-21 April (Easter Weekend).
Cup Draw Format
• Round 1 – 44 Teams to play, 10 NPL Teams to have a bye;
• Round 2 – 22 winning Teams from Round 1 plus 10 NPL Teams – Round of 32;
• Round 3 – 16 winning Teams from Round 2 – Round of 16;
• Quarter Finals – Eight (8) winning Teams from Round 3;
• Semi-Finals – Four (4) winning teams from the Quarter Finals;
• Finals –Two (2) winning teams from the Semi-Finals.

Federation Cup (Under 18s and Reserves)
Thirty-Six Teams will contest the Under 18s and Reserves Federation Cup.
Round 1 will involve only eight (8) teams to be drawn out from State League 2. All NPL and State League 1 Teams will have a bye including the four (4) remaining State League 2 teams.
The winning four (4) teams from Round 1 will join the remaining 28 teams in Round 2 (Round of 32).
The draw for Round 1 of the Reserves and Under 18 Federation Cup will take place following the draw of the FFA Cup.
Should you have any questions relating to the information above, please do not hesitate to contact me on george.georganas@ffsa.com.au or 8340 3088.
Kind Regards
George Georganas
Senior Men’s Football Manager
So, the one NPL club will be drawn from the hat first and tossed into the pile?

And looks like Ressies and 18's wont follow the seniors (as best as possible) like in previous years.
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Re: 2019 FFA Cup

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If it’s 32 degrees will the games involving community teams need to be rescheduled?
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