Football West

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Football West
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Formation 2004
Headquarters Perth
Region served
Western Australia, Australia
CEO
Peter Hugg
Parent organization
FFA
Website footballwest.com.au

Football West is the state governing body for association football (soccer) in Western Australia.[1] It is affiliated with the Football Federation Australia, the sport's national governing body. Football West's premier competition is the NPL WA, which is the highest league in WA, one step below the national A-League. [2][3] NPL WA is a division within the National Premier Leagues. Football West is also responsible for running the Western Australian National Training Centre in conjunction with FFA and DRS. Football West also run the Football West State Cup knock-out cup. Since 2014 the State Cup finalist also qualify for the FFA Cup.

The current board members of Football West are Liam Twigger, Rob MacKay, Janette Spencer, Anna Liscia, Sherif Andrawes, Henry Atturo, Gary Adshead and Jason Petkovic. The current CEO is Peter Hugg.

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Football West was established in July 2004.

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