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2019 FFA Cup Draw

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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 2019 draw.

The 2019 FFA Cup was won by Adelaide United, who defeated Melbourne City 4-0.

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Round of 32 | Round of 16 | Quarter-finals | Semi-finals | Final

Full 2019 FFA Cup draw


Date Time (AEDT) Home Away Venue Score
Wed Oct 23 7:30pm Adelaide United Melbourne City Coopers Stadium 4-0


Date Time (AEDT) Home Away Venue Score
Tue Oct 1 7:30pm Brisbane Strikers Melbourne City Perry Park 1-5
Wed Oct 2 7:30pm Central Coast Mariners Adelaide United Central Coast Stadium 2-1


Date Time (AEST) Home Away Venue Score
Tue Sep 17 7:30pm Hume City Central Coast Mariners ABD Stadium, Melbourne 0-1
Tue Sep 17 7:30pm Adelaide United Newcastle Jets Coopers Stadium 1-0
Wed Sep 18 7:30pm Melbourne City Western Sydney Wanderers AAMI Park 3-0
Wed Sep 18 7:30pm Brisbane Strikers Moreland Zebras Perry Park 3-2

Round of 16

Date Time (AEST) Home Away Venue Score
Wed Aug 21 7:30pm Edgeworth FC Newcastle Jets Jack McLaughlan Oval, Newcastle 1-5
Wed Aug 21 7:30pm Marconi Stallions Melbourne City Marconi Stadium, Sydney 1-2
Wed Aug 21 7:30pm Olympic FC Adelaide Unitrd Perry Park, Brisbane 2-3
Wed Aug 21 7:30pm Moreland Zebras Mackay & Whitsundays Magpies Crusaders United CB Smith Reserve, Melbourne 4-0
Wed Aug 28 7:30pm Sydney United 58 Western Sydney Wanderers Campbelltown Stadium 1-7
Wed Aug 28 7:30pm Brisbane Strikers Manly United Perry Park 1-0
Wed Aug 28 7:30pm Adelaide Olympic Hume City VALO Football Centre 1-3
Wed Aug 28 7:30pm Brisbane Roar Central Coast Mariners Dolphin Stadium 2-2 (2-4p)

Round of 32

Date Time (AEST) Home Away Venue Score
Wed Jul 24 7:30pm Olympic FC Bayswater City Perry Park, Brisbane 5-2
Wed Jul 24 7:30pm Adelaide Olympic Floreat Athena VALO Football Centre, Adelaide 4-3
Wed Jul 24 7:30pm Darwin Olympic Edgeworth FC Darwin Football Stadium 0-3
Wed Jul 24 7:30pm Bulleen Lions Moreland Zebras David Barro Stadium, Melbourne 1-1 (2-3p)
Wed Jul 24 7:30pm Mackay & Whitsundays Magpies Crusaders United Commera Colts Sologinkin Oval, Mackay 2-1
Wed Jul 24 7:30pm Mt Druitt Town Rangers Manly United Popondetta Park, Sydney 2-2 (2-4p)
Wed Jul 31 7:30pm Campbelltown City Melbourne City Steve Woodcock Sports Centre, Adelaide 1-3
Wed Jul 31 7:30pm Maitland FC Central Coast Mariners Maitland Sportsground 0-2
Wed Jul 31 7:30pm Cooma Tigers Hume City Deakin Stadium, Canberra 0-2
Wed Jul 31 7:30pm South Hobart Marconi Stallions Blundstone Arena 0-3
Wed Jul 31 7:30pm St George FC Sydney United 58 Ilinden Sports Centre, Sydney 3-5 (aet)
Wed Aug 7 7:30pm Melbourne Knights Adelaide United Knights Stadium 2-5
Wed Aug 7 7:30pm Brisbane Strikers Wellington Phoenix Perry Park, Brisbane 2-2 (4-2p)
Wed Aug 7 7:30pm Melbourne Victory Newcastle Jets AAMI Park 2-3 (aet)
Wed Aug 7 7:30pm Sydney FC Brisbane Roar Leichhardt Oval 0-2
Wed Aug 7 8:30pm Perth Glory Western Sydney Wanderers Dorrien Gardens, Perth 1-2 (aet)

While The Roar goes to every effort in ensuring these fixtures are correct, they are subject to change and you should consult the official FFA copy before acting. Correct as at August 8.

The 32-side competition structure of the FFA Cup is comprised of the 10-A-League sides and 22 ‘Member Federation Clubs’ sides that reach the final 32 in progressional stages with qualifying rounds used to determine which lower division teams join the A-League teams. The number of clubs representing each ‘federation’ are determined by registration numbers.

In 2019, the dates are as follows.


Preliminary rounds: February 9-June 25
Round of 32: July 24-August 7
Round of 16: August 21-28
Quarter-finals: September 17-18
Semi-finals: October 1-2
Final: October 23

The 22 member teams who made the final 32 in 2019 are below.

  • Adelaide Olympic
  • Bayswater City
  • Brisbane Strikers
  • Bulleen Lions
  • Campbelltown City
  • Cooma Tigers
  • Coomera Colts
  • Darwin Olympic
  • Edgeworth FC
  • Floreat Athena
  • Hume City
  • Mackay & Whitsundays Magpies Crusaders United
  • Maitland FC
  • Manly United
  • Marconi Stallions
  • Melbourne Knights
  • Moreland Zebras
  • Mt Druitt Town Rangers
  • Olympic FC
  • South Hobart
  • St George FC
  • Sydney United 58

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