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FFA Cup Round 1 and 2 Draws Announced

February 2nd, 2018

The 2018 FFA Cup Round 1 and 2 draws have been announced today.

The initial draw for the opening rounds of matches was carried out today by Northern NSW Football’s (NNSWF) CEO David Eland and Senior Officer – Premier Competitions Liam Bentley at the Lake Macquarie Regional Football Facility.

The draws were broken into two ‘Conferences’, a Southern and Northern Conference.

For NNSWF Member Clubs depending on the number of teams entered within each Conference, some Zones including FMNC and NCF will commence from Round 1 and others including FFNC and NIF from Round 2 as outlined on the applicable fixture draw.

The Round numbers were designed to align with the National FFA Cup Round structure for Member Federations (Rounds 1 to 7) before Member Clubs advanced to the National FFA Cup Round of 32.

Furthermore, multiple byes have been included in Round 1 fixtures to eliminate further byes throughout the course of the competition.

Please download the PDF version of the FFA Cup Draw for North Coast Football HERE and the 2018 FFA Cup progression chart HERE

Want to re-live the draw being carried out this morning? You can watch it again HERE

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