Football Federation South Australia

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Football Federation South Australia
Football Federation of South Australia (logo).png
Abbreviation FFSA
Formation 2005
Type State Sporting Association
Legal status Active
Headquarters Coopers Stadium, Adelaide
Location
Region served
South Australia, Australia
President
Sam Ciccarello
Parent organisation
FFA
Website http://www.ffsa.com.au/

The Football Federation South Australia (FFSA) is the governing body of football in South Australia. The FFSA are affiliated to the Football Federation Australia. The FFSA run the highest level of football in the state, the semi-professional National Premier Leagues South Australia, below this they run the State League 1 and the State League 2 which are level 2 and 3 on the state's football league pyramid.

The current Directors of the Board of the FFSA are: President Sam Ciccarello, Wendy Barry, Estelle Bowman, Orazio Di Carlo, Giuseppe Franco, David Hewitson, David Pollock, Tony Taormina and Francis Wong.[1]

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.

The FFSA Men's Competition was sponsored by Devine Limited from 2008-2012.

Season Winners[edit]

Year Men's Winners Women's Winners
2000 Adelaide Blue Eagles N.A.B. SC
2001 Adelaide Blue Eagles N/A
2002 Adelaide Raiders Adelaide City
2003 Adelaide Blue Eagles N/A
2004 MetroStars Fulham United
2005 Adelaide City Fulham United
2006 Adelaide City Fulham United
2007 Adelaide City Fulham United
2008 Adelaide City Sturt Marion
2009 MetroStars Adelaide City
2010 Adelaide City Adelaide City
2011 Adelaide Blue Eagles Metro United
2012 MetroStars Adelaide City
2013 Campbelltown City Adelaide City
2014 Croydon Kings Adelaide City
2015 West Adelaide Metro United

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