Australia FFA Cup



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Upcoming Events
17 Aug 22 Melbourne City   - Wellington Phoe
17 Aug 22 Adelaide City F  - Adelaide United
17 Aug 22 Avondale FC  - Brisbane Roar F
17 Aug 22 Oakleigh Cannon  - Brisbane City F

Latest Results
14 Aug 22 Sydney United 1 - 1  Western United
14 Aug 22 Peninsula Power 2 - 1  Green Gully SC
10 Aug 22 Bentleigh Green 1 - 2  Sydney FC
10 Aug 22 Modbury Jets SC 0 - 4  Macarthur FC
03 Aug 22 Devonport City  0 - 4  Wellington Phoe
03 Aug 22 Sydney United 3 - 0  Monaro Panthers
03 Aug 22 Western United  2 - 1  Melbourne Victo
02 Aug 22 Newcastle Olymp 0 - 1  Melbourne City
31 Jul 22 Sydney FC 3 - 3  Central Coast M
30 Jul 22 Mackay & Whitsu 0 - 6  Macarthur FC

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The Australia Cup, formerly known as the FFA Cup until the 2021 season, is the national football knockout cup competition in Australia. This annual competition is organised by Football Australia, formerly known as the Football Federation Australia until 2020.

The Australia Cup comprises teams from the top division, the A-League, as well as those from lower tiers in the Australian soccer league system. Teams enter in progressive stages, with qualifying rounds culminating with the competition proper, starting with the Round of 32. Each state and territory-based member federation is granted a team allocation for entry into the main competition, joining clubs from the A-League. Every Australian-based A-League club was initially guaranteed entry into the Round of 32; following the latest expansion of the league, there will be play-offs conducted between the lowest-ranked teams to ensure that only 10 A-League teams achieve qualification.

Since the Australian soccer league system currently provides no promotion and relegation mechanism between the first and lower divisions, part of the competition's appeal stems from the fact that it is the only way that A-League and lower-tier clubs can currently play formal competitive matches.

From 2021 onwards, the winner of the competition will also qualify for one of the play-off spots for the following year's AFC clubs competitions. This will be the 2022 AFC Champions League for 2022, and the AFC Cup in subsequent years. This is unless Wellington Phoenix are the winner, as they cannot qualify for AFC competitions since they come from New Zealand, which is part of the Oceania Football Confederation.

Adelaide United are the most successful team with three titles. Melbourne Victory are the defending champions after defeating Central Coast Mariners in the 2021 final.




Adelaide City F

Adelaide Olympi

Adelaide United

APIA Leichhardt

Avondale FC

Blacktown City

Brisbane Roar FC

Broadmeadow Mag

Casuarina FC

Central Coast Mar

Cooma Tigers

Devonport City

ECU Joondalup S

Edge Hill Unite

Floreat Athena

Gold Coast Knig

Hume City FC

Macarthur FC

Melbourne City FC

Melbourne Victory

Mt Druitt Town

Newcastle Jets

Newcastle Olymp

Peninsula Power

Perth Glory

Port Melbourne

Queensland Lion

South Melbourne

Sydney FC

Sydney Olympic

Wellington Phoeni

Western Sydney Wa

Western United FC

Wollongong Wolv

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