Football Federation South Australia

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Football Federation South Australia (FFSA)
Football Federation of South Australia (logo).png
Formation 2005
Headquarters South Australia, Australia
Parent organization
FFA
Website http://www.ffsa.com.au/

The Football Federation South Australia (FFSA) is the governing body of soccer in South Australia. The FFSA are affiliated to the Football Federation Australia. The FFSA run the highest South Australian league, the Premier Leagues and the State League where teams play on Saturdays.

The current Directors of the Board of FFSA are: President Mr Rauf Soulio, Vice President Mr Morry Bailes, Dr Bev O'Brien, Mr Ted Iuliano, Mr Dave Hewitson, Mr Claude Galloni and Mr Oleh Bilyk. Michael Carter is the CEO. Wendy Carter is the Competitions Co-Ordinator Dimitri Peppas is the Competitions Officer

The Football Federation of South Australia (FFSA) is the governing body of football (soccer) in South Australia, The FFSA are affiliated to the Football Federation Australia.

The FFSA run the South Australian Professional Men's Leagues, the Women's and Juniors Leagues, and the South Australian Junior Premier League (JPL), where teams from under 8s to under 17s play Sundays. The FFSA acts as the umbrella organisation for affiliated associations including Junior Associations, Masters' League and Collegiate League.

Sponsorships[edit]

In 2008, Devine Limited agreed to a 3 year deal to be the Major Naming Rights sponsor of the FFSA Men's Competition. In 2010, Devine Limited agreed to a two year extension. In September 2012, Devine Limited ceased its sponsorship with the FFSA, ending their 5 year partnership.

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