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The FFA Cup is Australia’s predominant national association football knockout competition. Here you can find all the details on the 2021 draw.
Fixtures are still yet to be determined, although Round of 32 draw will take place on July 7.
|Round of 32|
|Wednesday, August 11|
|Hume City vs Port Melbourne||ABD Stadium||7:30pm|
|Lions FC vs Casuarina FC||Lions Stadium||7:30pm|
|ECU Joondalup vs Adelaide Olympic||Dorrien Gardens||9pm|
|Wednesday, August 18|
|Adelaide City vs PER/MVC||Steve Woodcock Sports Centre||7:30pm|
|Edge Hill United vs Gold Coast Knights||Barlow Park||7:30pm|
|Tuesday, August 24|
|Avondale FC vs Devonport City Strikers||ABD Stadium||7:30pm|
|Peninsula Power vs Brisbane Roar||Moreton Daily Stadium||7:30pm|
|Floreat Athena vs Adelaide United||Dorrien Gardens||9pm|
|Sunday, August 29|
|South Melbourne vs Melbourne City||Lakeside Stadium||3pm|
|Blacktown City vs Central Coast Mariners||Gabbie Stadium||TBC|
|Broadmeadow Magic vs Western Sydney Wanderers||Magic Park|
|Mt Druitt Town Rangers vs Wollongong Wolves||Popondetta Park|
|Newcastle Olympic vs Macarthur FC||Magic Park|
|Sydney Olympic vs Sydney FC||Belmore Sports Ground|
|Tigers FC vs APIA Leichhardt||Deakin Stadium|
|WUN/NEW vs Wellington Phoenix||TBC|
The 32-side competition structure of the FFA Cup comprises the 10 of the 12 A-League sides, the 2019 NPL champion (Wollongong Wolves) and 21 ‘Member Federation Clubs’ sides that reach the final 32 from the preliminary rounds. The number of clubs representing each ‘federation’ is determined by registration numbers.