22 locked in, just ten to go


The final makeup of the 32 clubs that will vie for the inaugural Westfield FFA Cup is getting closer.

The final makeup of the 32 clubs that will vie for the inaugural Westfield FFA Cup is getting closer.

Victories to Sydney United 58 FC and Hakoah Sydney City East in the past 48 hours subsequently saw them become the 21st and 22nd clubs to qualify for the Westfield FFA Cup. This leaves ten spots still up in the air to complete the list of clubs that will go into the Round of 32 Draw to be held on Friday 27 June.

The vacant ten spots will be filled by four Football Federation Victoria clubs, two from Northern New South Wales Football and one from Football Tasmania, plus two more clubs from Football Queensland, while Northern Tigers and Parramatta FC will battle it out for the last Football NSW spot. These remaining ten spots will be decided by the following:

  • Victoria
    The four semi finalists of the Dockerty Cup will all qualify for the Westfield FFA Cup. The Quarter Final showdowns to be played next week are as follows:
    South Melbourne v Melbourne Knights
    Hume City v South Springvale
    Northcote City v St Albans Saints
    Richmond SC v Bentleigh Greens

  • NSW
    Parramatta FC and Northern Tigers FC (the losers from the two previous play-off games) will battle it out on Wednesday 18 June at Mills Park to decide the final entrant from NSW.

  • Northern NSW
    The two finalists of the State Cup will go through to the final 32 of the Westfield FFA Cup. These two clubs will only be determined less than a week out from the Draw, with eight teams still currently in contention. The Quarter Final fixtures scheduled for June 21 are as follows:
    Inverell Joeys v Cook Hill United
    South Cardiff v Urunga
    Boambee Bombers v New Lambton Eagles
    Broadmeadow Magic v Lismore Workers

  • Queensland
    The two yet to be decided semi-finalists of the Football Queensland Cup will join Brisbane Strikers and Olympic FC as the Sunshine State-s four Westfield FFA Cup entrants. The two fixtures to determine these two spots are as follows:
    FNQ FC Heat v Magpies FC
    Palm Beach Sharks v Caloundra FC

  • Tasmania
    The Apple Isle-s sole entrant in the Westfield FFA Cup 2014 will be decided by the winner of this Monday-s Lakoseljac Cup Final between Tilford Zebras and South Hobart. The Lakoseljac Cup is open to all Tasmanian teams who participate in either the Victory League, Premier League or Premier League 1 competitions.

    Clubs already confirmed in the Westfield FFA Cup Round of 32
    Hyundai A-League

    Adelaide United, Brisbane Roar, Central Coast Mariners, Melbourne Heart, Melbourne Victory, Newcastle Jets, Perth Glory, Sydney FC, Wellington Phoenix, Western Sydney Wanderers

    South Australia
    Adelaide City

    Tuggeranong United

    Western Australia
    Bayswater City
    Stirling Lions

    Brisbane Strikers
    Olympic FC

    Blacktown City
    Manly United
    South Coast Wolves
    Sydney Olympic
    Sydney United 58 FC
    Hakoah Sydney City East

    Northern NSW