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Opposite Skylight – Australia Cup: Play-offs set

Opposite Skylight – Australia Cup: Play-offs set

The Australian Confederation has revealed the location of the A-League play-offsAustralian Cup.

The Australian exception was only ten of the twelve clubs A-League can be deniedAustralian Cup. For this reason, a play-off was set up to determine which of the four lowest-ranked teams in the regular season would earn one of the last two tickets. Thus, the Brisbane Roar (9e) will face Perth Glory (12e) on Tuesday, July 23, against Newcastle Jets (10e) against Western United (11e) on Wednesday 24th July. All that was left was to find a place at the Darwin Football Stadium.

This return to Darwin greatly delights Federation President James Johnson: “We are delighted to be supporting the growth of football across Australia. The past twelve months have seen a huge period of growth, in part because football activity is deliberately expanding to all corners of our country, and we are delighted that Darwin will once again host these competitions. Australia Cup 2024 began at the beginning of February with preliminary rounds involving seven hundred and sixty-one teams, which will conclude at the end of July, with other clubs A-League will enter the tournament in the round of 32.

Antoine Blanchett-Quérin

Antoine Blanchett-Quérin

Lucarne specializes in Australian, New Zealand and Oceanian football for Opposée.


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