The Westfield FFA Cup 2015 may have only concluded less than a month ago but applications for the 2016 edition are now open for Football NSW clubs.
Applications for the Westfield FFA Cup 2016 are now open for all senior clubs of PlayStation 4 NPL NSW Men’s, PlayStation 4 NPL 2 NSW Men’s, PlayStation 4 NPL 3 NSW Men’s and Football NSW State League Men’s as well as Association teams.
Entry will be compulsory for 1st Grade of the PlayStation 4 NPL NSW Men’s, PlayStation 4 NPL 2 NSW Men’s, PlayStation 4 NPL 3 NSW Men’s and Football NSW State League Men’s.
For Association Clubs, only one (1) team per Club will be permitted entry in the competition.
All Clubs are encouraged to participate in the Westfield FFA Cup which for the second time in 2016, will include participating clubs across all states and territories with up to 600 clubs nationally expected to compete in the Preliminary Rounds for a place in the Westfield FFA Cup 2016 Final Rounds.
Football NSW Head of Competitions Manager Troy McColl is eagerly anticipating a projected rise in applications after a memorable 2015.
"Once again we experienced a thrilling Westfield FFA Cup competition and It’s safe to say that it will only get bigger and stronger.
"Having heard and seen so many unique stories coming out of this exciting cup competition, I am sure we will see more of that for 2016.”
Click here for full details, including registration fees plus match dates for the Football NSW Westfield FFA Cup 2016 Preliminary Rounds.
Football NSW has been allocated five (5) slots into the Westfield FFA Cup 2016 Final Rounds. Accordingly, the five (5) winning Clubs from Round 7 of the Preliminary Rounds will be provided entry into the Final Rounds. Further information regarding the Final Round Match Schedule and Draw Process will be provided to Clubs in early 2015.
Blacktown City FC (PlayStation 4 NPL NSW Men’s) have received automatic entry into the Westfield FFA Cup 2016 Final Rounds as a result of winning the PlayStation 4 NPL 2015 Final Series.
Entries close on Friday 26 February 2016.