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St George 3. Ilinden Sports Centre , Sydney. Each state and territory -based member federation is granted a team allocation for entry into the main competition, joining clubs from the A-League.
Every Australian-based A-League club was initially guaranteed entry into the Round of 32; following the latest expansion of the league , a play-off will be conducted between the lowest-ranked teams to ensure that only 10 A-League teams achieve qualification.
Since the Australian soccer league system currently provides no promotion and relegation mechanism between the first and lower divisions, the competition's appeal partially stems from the fact that it is the only way that A-League and lower-tier clubs can play competitive matches.
Australia has a long history of regional and state-based knockout cup competitions. However, a sustainable national knockout cup competition that encompassed clubs on all levels of Australian league system has been hard to realise.
The Australia Cup was founded in but was abolished in after just seven seasons of competition. The NSL Cup ceased after the —97 tournament.
An A-League Pre-Season Challenge Cup competition ran between — but involved only the teams from the A-League and was not a traditional knockout format.
The FFA Cup was previously scheduled to commence in , though after suffering numerous delays due to FFA 's television coverage deal and rising cost concerns the competition was put on hold.
When the competition was launched, there had been consideration of the FFA Cup winners earning qualification for the AFC Champions League competition, although this did not immediately occur.
Up to and including the edition, the 32 teams that make up the FFA Cup competition proper have been the 10 A-League teams with the remaining 22 teams composed of various semi-professional and amateur qualifiers, referred to as "Member Federation Clubs", from each of the state federations, with the A-League clubs enter the competition at the Round of The number of clubs representing each federation is determined by player registration numbers in each jurisdiction, and reviewed annually.
The Northern Territory did not participate in the inaugural competition, however have been represented since For the edition, the two new expansion A-League clubs Macarthur FC and Western United will appear in the tournament for the first time.
The competition proper is a team knockout tournament. In the event of a match being drawn after the completion of 90 minutes, extra time is played, followed by a penalty shoot-out if required.
A draw for each round is made from the Round of 32 to the Semi-Finals. From there will be a new format of a restricted draw, with the Round of 32 split into four geographic zones.
Subsequent rounds will be subject to an open draw. Wellington Phoenix have additional restrictions imposed as they are a New Zealand-based team, and must play all of their matches in Australia, away from home.
At the end of the final, the winning team is presented with a trophy , known as the "FFA Cup Trophy", which they will hold until the following year's final.
The trophy is a large traditional cup style trophy with an intentional resemblance to the historical Australia Cup trophy which ran from to Also inscribed on the cup is the design of the cup and the words FFA Cup.
The trophy features two footballs , one as the base of the cup and the other as a trim, on the very top of the cup lid.
In its inaugural season the FFA Cup joined with an official naming rights partner. In , Westfield Group was announced as the sponsor for the first three seasons of the cup tournament, known for commercial purposes as the "Westfield FFA Cup".
In the tournament's first season, 10 matches were broadcast live on Fox Sports. In and Fox Sports streamed live all non-broadcast games via their online services.
Named after the late former journalist and broadcaster, the Michael Cockerill Medal recognizes the tournament's standout performer from a National Premier Leagues team.
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