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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 the preliminary rounds run until June 27. One side has secured qualification so far; Wollongong Wolves, by virtue of winning the 2019 National Premier Leagues championship.
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.