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About NPL South Australia

The National Premier Leagues South Australia is a semi-professional football competition in Australia's state of South Australia. On the national pyramid, it is a subdivision of the second tier National Premier Leagues. Football South Australia, the state's governing body, controls the competition.

History

After the disbandment of the now defunct FFSA Super League, the FFSA Premier League was to become the top league in South Australian football (below the A-League).

It was announced that 14 teams would participate in the competition. Among these teams would be 10 teams from the defunct Super League, and the top four teams in the 2012 Premier League would fill the remaining four spots.

During the 2013 season, the league became affiliated with the National Premier Leagues and was renamed NPL SA. The top placed team after the completion of the season will enter the National Premier Leagues finals and will compete against other top placed teams from interstate conferences to determine a nationwide champion.

The National Premier Leagues South Australia (abbreviated as NPL SA) is a semi-professional football competition in South Australia. Located below the Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League on Australia's football national pyramid, the National Premier Leagues are the country's second tier.

In October 2010, the Football Federation of Australia (FFA) embarked on a National Competition Review to examine the structure of Australian football competitions.

During the 20-month process of conducting the National Competition Review, the FFA proposed revitalising the country's state-based competitions in order to promote the development of elite players in the report released in May 2012.

In February 2013, National Premier Leagues were established as a result of this review.

Upon its establishment, NPL has five subdivisions, including teams from five state-based federations: Football Federation South Australia, Football Federation Tasmania, Football Queensland, Football NSW, and Capital Football.

NPL SA began its inaugural season in March 2013. This competition is currently managed and run by Football South Australia (formerly known as Football Federation South Australia), which is a governing body of football issues in South Australia and an administrator of different levels of football games.

Competition Format

In the regular season, all 12 teams play each other home and away for 22 rounds.

Typically, the regular season lasts from February to August. The team that finishes first at the end of the regular season qualifies for the National Premier League finals.

Next season, the bottom two teams, 11th and 12th, will be relegated to State League 1. Relegation is possible for all teams, including Adelaide United Youth.

The finals series lasts for four weeks. During the first week, the 3rd placed team from the regular season will play against the 6th placed team, while the 4th placed team will play against the 5th placed team.

In the second week, the winners of these games qualify for the minor semi-finals. A winner of the minor semi-final qualifies for the preliminary final. The 1st and 2nd placed teams from the regular season will play in a two-legged playoff throughout week 1 and week 2.

In this game, the winner qualifies for the grand final, while the loser qualifies for the preliminary final, facing the winner of the minor semi-final. A preliminary final is played in the third week of finals, and the winner qualifies for the grand final in the fourth week.

Taking place at ServiceFM Stadium, this game crowns the champion.

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