Waratah Cup

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Waratah Cup
Founded 1991
Region New South Wales
Number of teams 104 (in 2015)
Current champions Blacktown City FC (4th title)
Most successful club(s) Blacktown City FC (4 titles)
Website The Waratah Cup

2015 Waratah Cup
2015 FFA Cup preliminary rounds

The Waratah Cup is a knockout cup competition in New South Wales, run by the governing body of football in NSW, Football NSW. Teams competing in the Waratah Cup come from the NPL NSW, NPL NSW 2, NSW State League Division One, NSW State League Division Two and many semi-professional association clubs within New South Wales. The Cup is held during the NPL NSW and state league seasons. Since 2014 preliminary rounds of the Waratah Cup have been used to determine the NSW entrants to the national FFA Cup. [1]


The Waratah cup commenced in 1991 teams featuring clubs from the top 4 tiers of football in New South Wales, as well as teams from non-league associations.[2]

Blacktown City Football Club have won the cup the most times with four wins, with Sydney United having won it three times. Sydney Crescent Star are the only non-league team to win the competition in 2004. Sutherland Sharks took out their first title in 2009.

Current cup competitions 2014-onwards[edit]

The 2014 Waratah Cup was also a qualifying completion for the inaugural 2014 FFA Cup, where 7 teams qualified for the Round of 32. [3] [4]

For 2015, the preliminary rounds of the 2015 FFA Cup replaced the early rounds of the competition; the 5 NSW qualifiers to the Round of 32 then compete for the 2015 Waratah Cup. [5]

Competition and Year Winner FFA Cup Qualification Qualifiers
2014 Waratah Cup Blacktown City 2014 FFA Cup Qualifiers Blacktown City
Hakoah Sydney City East
Manly United
Parramatta FC
South Coast Wolves
Sydney Olympic
Sydney United 58
2015 Waratah Cup in progress 2014 FFA Cup preliminary rounds
5 to qualify

Previous Waratah Cup competitions 1991-2013[edit]

Earlier NSW State Cups[edit]

note (1) result unknown

References : [6]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "NSW WARATAH CUP". Football NSW. Retrieved 8 May 2014. 
  2. ^   (2009-12-17). "Waratah Cup ready for kick off in 2010". Soccernsw.com.au. Retrieved 2010-06-09. 
  3. ^ "NSW WARATAH CUP". Football NSW. Retrieved 8 May 2014. 
  4. ^ "2014 Waratah Cup Match Schedule And Results" (PDF). Football NSW. Retrieved 8 May 2014. 
  5. ^ "FFA Cup - Football NSW" (PDF). footballnsw.com.au. Retrieved 12 February 2015. 
  6. ^ "SoccerAust : NSW Past Seasons Tables and Results". Retrieved 2 May 2015. 

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