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Who's up for the Cup - Week 2
August 4, 2014
Captain Ryan McGuffie urges St Albans Saints to start giant-killing run in FFA Cup against Parramatta
Kenny’s magic Cup memories
FFA Cup preview: Week two action
Apple Isle pride on the line, says Mann
Tuggies take positive mindset to Tassie
August 1, 2014
Parra the ‘Rocky’ of the Cup
FFA Cup: relive live coverage of the opening night of the inaugural national knockout cup
July 30, 2014
Dream come true for Gaitatzis
Two-goal McLean vows to keep Cup dream alive
The inaugural FFA Cup - Australia’s national football knockout competition - kicks off on Tuesday
July 28, 2014
The Hyundai A-League and new FFA Cup tournament will be beamed across the subcontinent from next season in a huge boon for Australian football.
A-League and FFA Cup’s Asia TV deal
May 7, 2014
Spectacular night in Westfield FFA Cup
July 29, 2014
One of India's largest sports broadcasters – Ten Sports – has secured the rights to both competitions for the next three years.
As part of the deal the network will broadcast a minimum of 86 of the 140 matches of the A-League season, as well as at least 10 games from the FFA Cup.
The deal means the A-League and FFA Cup will be broadcast into nations like Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
The exciting news comes on the back of Sunday's A-League deciding smashing all records, becoming the most watched club match in the history of Australian football.
The Brisbane Roar-Western Sydney Wanderers thriller went live into 57 countries including Italy, the UK, Ireland, USA, China, Singapore, Mexico and South Africa.
FFA has an agreement with World Sport Group (WSG) to market the worldwide broadcast and digital rights for the Hyundai A-League until the end of the 2016/17 season.
How the FFA Cup works