The FFA Cup is a national knockout competition that includes teams from Association and state 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 Queensland, NSW, Northern NSW, Victoria, ACT, 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
Please note all participants in the FFA Cup are bound by the FFA’s Anti-Doping Policy, details of which can be found here.
Entries for the 2018 Football NSW FFA Cup Preliminary Rounds have now closed
Scheduled Match Dates
|Round||# Of Clubs||Dates|
|Round 2||TBC||Saturday, 10th of March 2018 & Sunday, 11th of March 2018|
|Round 3||116||Saturday, 17th of March 2018 & Sunday, 18th of March|
|Round 4||80||Wednesday 4th of April|
|Round 5||40||Wednesday 18th of April 2018|
|Round 6||20||Wednesday 2nd of May 2018|
|Round 7||10||Wednesday 16th of May 2018|
Please Note: Weekend match dates are subject to Clubs already having competition fixtures scheduled on those dates
|Round||# of Matches||# of Teams||Entry Level|
|Round 2||TBC||TBC||TBC X Association Teams|
|Round 3||57||114||TBC X Round 2 Winners
TBC X Association Teams
14 X NPL 3 NSW Men's
12 Football NSW State League Men's Teams
|Round 4||40||80||57 X Round 3 Winners
11 X NPL NSW Men's Teams
12 X NPL 2 Men's Teams
|Round 5||20||40||40 X Round 4 Winners|
|Round 6||10||20||20 X Round 5 Winners|
|Round 7||5||10||10 Round 6 Winners|
Note: 5 X Round 7 Winners progress through to the 2018 FFA Cup Round of 32