2019 FFA Cup preliminary rounds


2019 FFA Cup preliminary rounds

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ErogenousZone - 6 Jun 2019 9:52 AM
Marconi look like they're concentrating on the Cup. Their NPL form has been woeful of late.  

they get rid of pava and win 2 from 2. 

for as good as he can be, he can also be a head case in the dressing room. we witnessed that at Sydney United.

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The Round of 32 fixtures will be played over three (3) match days (Tuesday or Wednesday) between the 23 July – 7 August with the Round of 16 to be played on two (2) match days between 20 August – 28 August.

The Quarter Finals have been condensed to one-week (two (2) match days) to avoid Member Federation Grand Finals and congested periods and to assist Hyundai A-League clubs with their season preparations and will be played on two match nights between 17-18 September.

The FFA Cup 2019 Semi Finals will revert back to midweek fixtures on 1-2 October, to avoid the NPL Finals Series and congested competition calendar.

The FFA Cup Final 2019 will also be moved forward from last year to the evening of Wednesday, 23 October.

The draw process and principles for the Round of 32 of the FFA Cup 2019 will be remain the same with the draw ceremony to be conducted LIVE on FOX SPORTS on Wednesday, 26 June 2019.


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shattered after our loss to manly last night.
a fair goal to uro disallowed first 5 minutes, and then a bull$hit penalty in the 119th minute. its a joke. a local manly ref too.
even the manly guys were surprised it was given. say no more.

 


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Brisbane Strikers qualify for the round of 32 for the 4th time after 5-1 thumping of Gold Coast Knights.

previously qualified: 2014, 2015, 2016 
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FFA CUP - NNSW round 7:
Maitland v Hamilton Olympic - Tuesday June 11th
Valentine Phoenix v Edgeworth Eagles - Wednesday June 12th
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Queensland teams confirmed:
Brisbane Strikers (4th time)
Coomera Colts (debut qualifiers)
Mackay Magpies Crusaders United (debut qualifiers)
Olympic FC (3rd time)

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CONFIRMED teams have qualified for round of 32 (as it stands):
Brisbane Strikers – Queensland 
Campbelltown City – South Australia
Coomera Colts – Queensland 
Mackay Magpies Crusaders United – Queensland 
Manly United – NSW
Marconi Stallions – NSW
Mt Druitt Town Rangers – NSW 
Olympic FC – Queensland 
St George Saints – NSW
Sydney United – NSW 

eight FFA Cup round of 32 spots to be decided over the next week in ACT (Saturday June 15th), Northern NSW (Tuesday June 11th & Wednesday June 12th), Tasmania (Monday June 10th), Victoria (Tuesday June 11th & Wednesday June 12th), Western Australia (Saturday June 15th & Sunday June 16th), 
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South Hobart qualify after beating Devonport, a shame as I’ve developed a soft spot for Devonport over the last couple of cup runs.

Devonport and South Hobart are becoming quite familiar faces of the cup however which is good to see.
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Cooma qualify after 0-0 penalty shootout win over Canberra FC

Will be intereresting (as mentioned earlier) to see where they will play their home games
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Floreat Athena 1 (4) - Sorrento 1 (3) sees Athena through to their 2nd appearance in the final 32.
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NicCarBel - 16 Jun 2019 2:03 PM
Cooma qualify after 0-0 penalty shootout win over Canberra FC

Will be intereresting (as mentioned earlier) to see where they will play their home games

Would be a shame if they have a home game outside of Cooma. 
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SutherlandFan - 18 Jun 2019 8:09 AM
NicCarBel - 16 Jun 2019 2:03 PM

Would be a shame if they have a home game outside of Cooma. 

It would be, but I'm not sure about the ground quality. Would have to ask questions/actually watch their games this season.
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regular venues - Member Federation clubs,
Cooma Tigers - Nijong Oval
Manly United - Cromer Park 
Marconi Stallions - Marconi Stadium 
Mt Druitt Town Rangers - Popondetta Park 
St George Saints - Ilinden Sports Centre
Sydney United - Sydney United Sports Centre 
Edgeworth Eagles - Jack McLaughlan Oval 
Maitland FC - Cooks Square Park 
Darwin Olympic or University Azzurri - Darwin Football Stadium 
Brisbane Strikers - Perry Park 
Coomera Colts - Viney Park 
Mackay & Whitsundays Magpies Crusaders United - Sologinkin Oval 
Olympic FC - Goodwin Park 
Adelaide City or Adelaide Olympic - Adelaide City Park or VALO Football Centre
Campbelltown City - Steve Woodcock Sports Centre 
South Hobart - Darcy Street 
Hume City - ABD Stadium 
Melbourne Knights - Knights Stadium 
FC Bulleen Lions - Veneto Club
Moreland Zebras - CB Smith Reserve 
Bayswater City - Frank Drago Reserve
Floreat Athena - E&D Litis Stadium
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South Hobart may have won the Milan Lakoseljac Cup on Monday June 10th and thus gained entry to the FFA Cup round of 32 competition as Tasmania’s representative but the club has yet to find a venue should they be drawn at home.

Their home ground Darcy Street has a suitable surface but no floodlights.

FFA Cup Round of 32 games are always scheduled for Tuesday or Wednesday nights and with no lights Darcy Street cannot be the venue.

An alternative would normally be KGV Park and Olympia Warriors did play APIA Leichhardt there in 2017 also South Hobart did play Tuggeranong United there in 2014.

But, the artificial surface at KGV Park is no longer deemed up to the standard required by Football Federation Australia and the floodlights certainly don’t meet the required standards.

This has been evident for some time and has not been rectified.

Other football grounds in southern Tasmania have better lighting and Lightwood Park is one such ground.

At a media conference in Glenorchy today, South Hobart coach Ken Morton said it was disappointing that other sports had upgraded their facilities and football had not.

He said hockey and AFL grounds had improved surfaces and lighting over the years since he arrived in Tasmania in 1979, but football had not.

Morton said other potential venues for any South Hobart home game in the FFA Cup included the Twin Ovals in Kingston, North Hobart Oval, and Blundstone Arena at Bellerive.

But, he said AFL grounds didn’t afford spectators as good a view of the game as purpose-built rectangular stadiums.

“Darcy Street is a boutique stadium and a fantastic little ground and, if we had a crowd like the at Monday’s final, it would be buzzing,” Morton said.

“It would be humming down at Darcy Street and it’d be a great venue for the home team.

“But, unfortunately, it won’t happen because there are no lights there.

“It is what it is, though, and we’ve got to move on and find ourselves another venue”

Football Tasmania CEO Matt Bulkeley said an audit of football facilities in Tasmania was being conducted and shortfalls would be identified.

Federal MP Andrew Wilkie did manage to obtain $1 million funding to improve facilities at Darcy Street prior to the federal election, but there simply would not be time to install proper flood-lighting before an FFA Cup match at the venue this year.

Perhaps it won’t matter.  South Hobart may not get a home draw.

But, something has to be done because there’s always next year’s FFA Cup to consider.

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Draw on this Wednesday for the Round of 32.  
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ErogenousZone - 24 Jun 2019 9:25 AM
Draw on this Wednesday for the Round of 32.  

Do you know the time?
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SutherlandFan - 26 Jun 2019 8:56 AM
ErogenousZone - 24 Jun 2019 9:25 AM

Do you know the time?

7.30pm tonight on channel 500 fox sports

Not a Phase, Not a Trend, SYDNEY UNITED till the END! 

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when do the fixtures get released?

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19-SU-58 - 28 Jun 2019 8:11 AM
when do the fixtures get released?

Don't know the exact dates only the dates that the matches will be conducted on. 

The 16 matches in the Round of 32 will be held over three (3) weeks, across three match nights (either Tuesdays or Wednesdays), with between four to six matches per night beginning in the week of 23/24 July.

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NicCarBel - 18 Jun 2019 6:32 PM
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It would be, but I'm not sure about the ground quality. Would have to ask questions/actually watch their games this season.

So Cooma was forced to play in a canberra after all. Would be interesting (doubt it will ever happen though) if Wagga City Wanderers or Riverina Rhinos ever win the ACT Federation Cup
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An hours + drive for me incl through peak traffic so not going but loaded the my football app look forward to this game.

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