Magic, Olympic ready for FFA Cup round of 32 challenge

October 27th, 2021

After an almost five-month wait, Broadmeadow Magic and Newcastle Olympic are finally ready for their FFA Cup round of 32 challenge.

The NPL NNSW clubs will represent Northern NSW Football in the national round of 32 against A-League Men’s opposition early next month.

Broadmeadow will host Western Sydney Wanderers at No.2 Sportsground on Wednesday 10 November, while Olympic welcome Macarthur FC to No.2 Sportsground on Saturday 13 November.

Broadmeadow will play in the round of 32 for a fifth time, while Olympic will make their debut on the national stage.

A late Luke Virgili goal saw Broadmeadow down Weston Workers FC 2-1 in their FFA Cup seventh preliminary round match at Magic Park in June. While Olympic advanced earlier in the month when they downed Coastal Premier League leaders Coffs City United 1-0 in their seventh preliminary round clash.

Northern NSW Football General Manager Football Operations Liam Bentley wished Broadmeadow and Newcastle Olympic well for their round of 32 fixtures.

The matches will be available to watch on 10play.

Tickets are available here (Magic) and here (Olympic).


Related Topics:
Broadmeadow Magic FFA Cup Macarthur FC Newcastle Olympic round of 32 Western Sydney Wanderers

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