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The F-League began in 2011 with a six (6) team Men’s Competition with teams from ACT, NSW and VIC participating across three (3) weekends in Sydney. This competition was extremely successful with positive feedback from teams from each state that participated.

In 2012 the F-League expanded to an eight (8) team Men’s Competition with teams from ACT, NSW and VIC. In 2012 the F-League was played across five (5) weekends (three in NSW, two in VIC and one in ACT).

In 2013 the F-League Men’s Competition remained as an eight (8) team competition that was played across five (5) weekends (three in NSW, two in VIC and one in ACT) by teams from ACT, NSW and VIC. 2013 also saw the introduction of an eight (8) team Women’s Competition which was played over three (3) weekends (one in NSW, one in VIC and one in ACT). The Women’s competition saw teams competing from NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD.

The F-League in 2014 saw an eight (8) team Men’s Competition and a six (6) team Women’s Competition, with teams from NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD competing in a hybrid home and away style competition.

In 2015 the F-League will feature a nine (9) team Men’s Competition and a seven (7) team Women’s Competition, with teams from NSW, ACT, VIC and QLD again competing in a hybrid home and away style competition.

 

The F-League Competition is endorsed and supported by Football Federation Australia.

 

Competing Teams

The clubs participating in the 2015 F-League include:

 F-League (Men’s Competition)

F-League (Women’s Competition)

Boomerangs FS (ACT)

Boomerangs FS (ACT)

Capital FC (ACT)

Capital FC (ACT)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

East Coast Heat (NSW)

East Coast Heat (NSW)

Inner West Magic (NSW)

Inner West Magic (NSW)

Galaxy FC (QLD)

South Brisbane Futsal Club (QLD)

South Brisbane Futsal Club (QLD)

VIC Vipers (VIC)

Bayside Pirates (VIC)

Vic Vipers (VIC)

 


History

F-League – Men’s Competition

F-League – Women’s Competition

 

Year

Premiers

Champions

Year

Premiers

Champions

2011

Maccabi Hakoah (NSW)

 

 

 

 

2012

Dural Warriors (NSW)

 

 

 

 

2013

Vic Vipers (VIC)

Vic Vipers (VIC)

2013

Parramatta Blues (NSW)

Sydney Scorpions (NSW)

2014

Dural Warriors (NSW)

Dural Warriors (NSW)

2014

Sydney Scorpions (NSW)

Sydney Scorpions (NSW)