It began with 737 entrants, and after an exciting journey through the Preliminary Rounds, we are all set for the FFA Cup 2019 Round of 32 draw to be made this Wednesday evening.
Ten Hyundai A-League clubs are ready to enter the fray (Western United will not participate this year), while 2018 NPL Champions Campbelltown City SC from South Australia have also gained automatic entry into the national round.
The Round of 32 will take place over three match days (Tuesday or Wednesday) between 23 July – 7 August.
Tune in to FOX SPORTS 500 from 7.30pm AEST this Wednesday evening to watch the drama of the Round of 32 draw unfold. Alternatively, you can watch a live stream of the draw here at theffacup.com.au.
FOX SPORTS will again provide comprehensive coverage from the Round of 32 onwards.
The FFA Cup’s official broadcaster will show one LIVE match per match night while providing coverage and updates, as well as live streams, of all non-broadcast matches.
Details regarding the FOX SPORTS broadcast and streaming will be announced closer to the start of the Round of 32.