Adelaide United FFSA Cup


Adelaide United FFSA Cup

The Adelaide United FFSA Federation Cup is a knockout football (soccer) competition played in South Australia. It is run by the Football Federation of South Australia and the major sponsors are A-League club Adelaide United FC. When South Australian football was run by the South Australian Soccer Federation (SASF) it was simply known as the Federation Cup.

The reigning champions are White City Woodville who defeated Adelaide Raiders to win the 2005 Cup.

2006 Results

Round 1 (17 April 2006)

Adelaide Wanderers 7-4 Adelaide Comets

Para Hills West 1-2 Stirling Dist

Riverland 3-2 NAB SC

Rostrevor 3-2 Gawler SC

Round 2 (25 April 2006)

Adelaide City 5-3 Adelaide Hills

Adelaide Olympic 12-0 Seaford Rangers

Adelaide Wanderers 0-3 White City Woodville

Campbelltown City 7-0 Parafield Gdns

Adelaide Cobras 6-3 Enfield City Falcons

Elizabeth Downs 5-3 Noarlunga United

MetroStars 5-0 Pirates

Panthers 1-2 Blue Eagles

Para Hills Knights 6-0 Toros

Playford 4-1 Croydon Kings

Port Pirie City 3-1 Unley OS

Raiders 1-3 Cumberland

Riverland 0-13 Modbury Jets

Rostrevor 2-5 Salisbury United

Stirling Dist 0-5 Adelaide Galaxy

Western Strikers 3-0 Northern Demons

Round 3 (30 June 2006)

Adelaide City 3-0 Para Hills Knights

Adelaide Galaxy 3-0 Elizabeth Downs

Adelaide Olympic 1-5 Modbury Jets*

Blue Eagles 3-0 Salisbury United

Cumberland United 7-1 Adelaide Cobras

MetroStars 3-1 Campbelltown

Playford 4-1 Western Strikers

White City Woodville 3-0 Port Pirie City

*Modbury disqualified for use of an ineligible player.

Quarter Finals (5 August 2006)

Adelaide City 4-1 White City

Adelaide Olympic 0-2 Blue Eagles

Cumberland 0-2 MetroStars

Playford 3-6 Adelaide Galaxy

emi Finals (2 September 2006)

Adelaide City 4-1 Adelaide Galaxy

Blue Eagles 2-1 MetroStars

Final

Adelaide City 4-1 Blue Eagles


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