F-League

The F-League is the highest level of elite Futsal played in Australia under the auspices of the Football Federation of Australia (FFA) and the only domestic competition played to full international rules. It has also been the pathway for clubs to play in the Asian Football Confederation (AFC) futsal competitions.

Boomerangs FS is one of only two clubs that have participated in every season of the men’s competition since its inception in 2011 and the F-League women’s competition from 2013.

In previous years, the competition has been managed by Football NSW and endorsed and supported by the FFA. Seasons have generally commenced in May and concluded in August. Further information on the 2016 and earlier seasons via the links below.


07/03/2017 – PUMA F-League Announcement

Football NSW wishes to announce that the PUMA F-League Competition will not be delivered by the governing body of the state for the 2017 season.

Football NSW conducted an application process in preparation for the 2017 competition and unfortunately, through this process, did not receive the required number of applications to deliver a viable competition consistent with the standards set in previous seasons

During the application process, Football NSW received feedback that the timing of the season is a challenge given the various football commitments taking place during this period and this may have been a determining factor in PUMA F-League Clubs electing not to apply for the 2017 season.

Football NSW will continue to engage with the Futsal community and fellow member federations in relation to the ongoing development of Futsal and specifically any demand for a viable National Futsal Competition in future seasons.

Football NSW greatly appreciates the assistance and support of the PUMA F-League Clubs and Officials since the Competition’s inception and is hopeful that the organisation can contribute to a National Futsal Competition in future seasons.

From the Football NSW website.



F-League Men

2016
2015

2014
2013
2012
2011

F-League Women

2016
2015

2014
2013

 

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