About

The F-League began in 2011 with a six team Men’s competition with teams from ACT, NSW and VIC participating across three weekends in Sydney. This competition was extremely successful with positive feedback from all teams that participated.

In 2012 it expanded to an eight team Men’s competition with teams from ACT, NSW and VIC and it was played across five weekends (three in NSW, two in VIC and one in ACT).

In 2013 the Men’s competition remained as an eight team competition that was played across five weekends (three in NSW, two in VIC and one in ACT) by teams from ACT, NSW and VIC. 2013 also saw the introduction of an eight team Women’s competition which was played over three weekends (one in NSW, one in VIC and one in ACT) and saw teams competing from NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD.

In 2014 there was an eight team Men’s competition and a six team Women’s competition, with teams from NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD now competing in a hybrid home and away style of competition.

2015 saw both the Men’s and Women’s Competitions increase to nine and seven teams respectively, including teams from NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD again competing in the hybrid home and away style of competition.

For 2016 there will be eight Men’s and eight Women’s teams playing under the same format of competition as was seen in 2015, with teams again from NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD.

The F-League is endorsed and supported by Football Federation Australia, and coordinated by Football NSW.

Competing Teams

Men’s Competition

Boomerangs FS (ACT)

North Canberra Untouchables (ACT)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

East Coast Heat (NSW)

Inner West Magic (NSW)

Galaxy FC (QLD)

South Brisbane FC (QLD)

Vic Vipers (VIC)

Women’s Competition

Boomerangs FS (ACT)

North Canberra Untouchables (ACT)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

East Coast Heat (NSW)

Galaxy FC (QLD)

South Brisbane FC (QLD)

Bayside Pirates (VIC)

Vic Vipers (VIC)

History

Year

2011

2012

2013

2014

2015

Premiers – Men

Maccabi Hakoah (NSW)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

Vic Vipers (VIC)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

Vic Vipers (VIC)

Champions – Men

N/A

N/A

Vic Vipers (VIC)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

East Coast Heat (NSW)

Premiers – Women

N/A

N/A

Parramatta Blues (NSW)

Sydney Scorpions (NSW)

East Coast Heat (NSW)

Champions – Women

N/A

N/A

Sydney Scorpions (NSW)

Sydney Scorpions (NSW)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

Contact

The F-League is administered by Football NSW. Contact emmas@footballnsw.com.au for more information.

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