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FFA Cup Quarter Finals To Be Held in Coffs Harbour

May 6th, 2017

THE FFA Cup picture for both Coffs United and the Coffs Coast Tigers has become clearer after today’s draw for the final eight teams remaining in Northern NSW Football’s northern conference.

The eight teams will be whittled down to two as knockout matches will be played across the weekend of May 13 and 14.

Coffs Coast Tigers have been drawn to play Macleay Valley Rangers, and Coffs United will face Taree Wildcats, the draw is below.

The Lions and Tigers will enjoy home ground advantage of some sorts as the weekend matches will be played in Coffs Harbour at the C.ex Coffs International Stadium.

The four teams who win on the first day of the series will compete on the second day. The fixtures will be determined by a random draw of the hat on Saturday afternoon.

The last two teams standing after the Sunday knockout matches will progress to the NNSWF Westfield FFA Cup Final Series to be played over the Queen’s Birthday weekend.

The Westfield FFA Cup provides PlayStation®4 NPL Northern NSW clubs and Northern NSW Club teams the opportunity to progress to the Round of 32 and the chance to play off against Preliminary Round, club-based winners from fellow states, as well as Hyundai A-League Clubs.

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