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Oct 15, 2021   |  4:43PM AET

Wanderers FFA Cup Round of 32 Match Date Confirmed

Wanderers FFA Cup Round of 32 Match Date Confirmed

The FFA Cup 2021 will continue next month with Football Australia confirming match details for several Round of 32 fixtures. 

The Round of 32 will see eight (8) more fixtures across the East and South Zones in November. 

After the postponement of the FFA Cup Round of 32 matches drawn in the East (NNSW, NSW and ACT) and the South (VIC, TAS), Football Australia is pleased to confirm that eight fixtures have been scheduled and will commence from the first week of November to continue the progression of this year’s competition.

The all-National Premier Leagues (NPL) NSW clash between Mt Druitt Town Rangers FC and Wollongong Wolves FC will kick things off, with Popondetta Park confirmed as the venue and a 7pm AEDT kick-off time set for Saturday, 6 November.

For the first time in the 2021 Final Rounds there will be simultaneous kick-offs on Wednesday, 10 November when Hume City FC take on Port Melbourne Sharks SC at ABD Stadium in Melbourne, and Broadmeadow Magic FC host Western Sydney Wanderers FC at No.2 Sportsground in Newcastle from 7:30pm AEDT.

The action will continue on Friday, 12 November when National Soccer League (NSL) giant and National Second Tier aspirant, South Melbourne, welcome defending A-League Men Champions Melbourne City to Lakeside Stadium in one of the marquee fixtures of the Round of 32, with kick-off scheduled for 7:30pm AEDT.

A further two matches will be played the following day on Saturday, 13 November, with mouth-watering NPL v A-League matches scheduled in NSW. Subject to restrictions easing between Greater Sydney and regional NSW, the FFA Cup will go regional when Blacktown City FC face Central Coast Mariners at Glen Willow Stadium in Mudgee at 5pm AEDT. On that same night, Newcastle Olympic FC host Macarthur FC, who make their FFA Cup debut, at No.2 Sportsground at 6pm AEDT.

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On Wednesday, 24 November a massive Sydney derby takes place between another NSL giant and National Second Tier aspirant, Sydney Olympic FC, and A-League powerhouse Sydney FC at Belmore Sports Ground, while Tigers FC will take on the historic APIA Leichhardt at Viking Park on the same night, with both games scheduled for 7:30pm AEDT.

All games are available to watch live & free on 10 Play, with international viewers able to tune in via the My Football YouTube channel. Ticketing details will be confirmed shortly. 

Due to border closures, the Round of 32 clash between Victoria’s Avondale FC and Tasmania’s Devonport Strikers will be confirmed at a later date.

FFA Cup 2021 Round of 32 – Revised Match Schedule

DATEHOMEAWAYVENUEKick-Off (Local)Kick-Off (AEDT)
Saturday, 6 NovemberMt Druitt Town Rangers FC (NSW)Wollongong Wolves FC (NSW)Popondetta Park, Emerton, NSW7:00pm7:00pm
Wednesday, 10 NovemberHume City FC (VIC)Port Melbourne Sharks SC (VIC)ABD Stadium, Broadmeadows, VIC7:30pm7:30pm
Wednesday, 10 NovemberBroadmeadow Magic FC (NSW)Western Sydney Wanderers FCNo.2 Sportsground, Newcastle West, NSW7:30pm7:30pm
Friday, 12 NovemberSouth Melbourne FC (VIC)Melbourne City FCLakeside Stadium, Albert Park, VIC7:30pm7:30pm
Saturday, 13 November*Blacktown City FC (NSW)Central Coast MarinersGlen Willow Stadium, Mudgee, NSW5:00pm5:00pm
Saturday, 13 NovemberNewcastle Olympic FC (NSW)Macarthur FCNo.2 Sportsground, Newcastle West, NSW6:00pm6:00pm
Wednesday, 24 NovemberTigers FC (ACT)APIA Leichhardt (NSW)Viking Park, Wanniassa, ACT7:30pm7:30pm
Wednesday, 24 NovemberSydney Olympic FC (NSW)Sydney FCBelmore Sports Ground, Belmore, NSW