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2011 FFSA season

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Season  2011
Champions  Adelaide Blue Eagles
2011 FFSA season

The Football Federation South Australia 2011 season was the sixth season under the previous competition format in South Australia. The competition consisted of three divisions across the State of South Australia.

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2011 FFSA Super League

The 2011 FFSA Super League was the sixth edition of the FFSA Super League, the top level domestic association football competition in South Australia. 10 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 18 rounds, with the top five at the end of the year qualifying for the finals system to determine 1st to 5th place. At the end of the season, the bottom two placed teams were relegated to the 2012 FFSA Premier League.

2011 FFSA Premier League

The 2011 FFSA Premier League was the sixth edition of the FFSA Premier League as the second level domestic association football competition in South Australia. 10 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 18 rounds, with the top four at the end of the year being promoted to the 2012 FFSA Super League, with the 9th and 10th placed teams were moved to the new FFSA State League.

2011 FFSA State League

The 2011 FFSA State League was the sixth edition of the FFSA State League as the third level domestic association football competition in South Australia. 10 teams competed, all playing each other twice for a total of 18 rounds, with the top five at the end of the year qualifying for the McIntyre final five finals system to determine 1st to 5th place. The League winners and Grand Final winners were promoted to the 2012 FFSA Premier League.

References

2011 FFSA season Wikipedia


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