South_Australian_State_League

South Australian State League

The South Australian State League is now the third-tier state-level football (soccer) competition in South Australia. It is conducted by the Football Federation of South Australia (FFSA), the state's governing body. Each season, the top two clubs are promoted to the Premier League while the bottom two sides in the Premier League are relegated to the State League. Prior to the 2006 season, this was the second-highest level competition in South Australia. The reigning champions of the state league are Adelaide Cobras, who are now in the Premier League. In 2008 West Adelaide SC and SASI have been admitted and will increase the number of teams to 10 in the State League

2007 State League Clubs

Team Home Ground Location Founded
Adelaide Comets Ellis Park Adelaide 1994
Gawler Eagles Karbeethan Reserve Gawler 1978
NAB Soccer Club Athelstone Recreation Reserve Athelstone 1981
Noarlunga United Bulldogs Wilfred Taylor Reserve Noarlunga 1963
Port Pirie City Savoy Park Port Pirie 1949
Salisbury United Steve Jarvis Park Salisbury, South Australia 1954
Seaford Rangers Karingal Reserve Seaford 1970
Toros Pennington Oval Pennington ???
West Adelaide Soccer Club Thebarton Oval Torrensville 1962

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