|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|05/27 10:00||12||Campbelltown City vs Adélaïde City||View|
|05/28 05:00||12||Croydon Kings vs Cumberland United||View|
|05/28 05:30||12||Sturt Lions vs Adélaïde United||View|
|05/28 05:30||12||South Adélaïde vs White City Woodville||View|
|05/28 05:30||12||Adélaïde Comets vs West Torrens Birkalla||View|
|05/28 05:30||12||North Eastern Metrostars vs Adélaïde Olympic||View|
|06/04 05:30||13||Cumberland United vs Adélaïde Comets||View|
|06/04 05:30||13||White City Woodville vs Adélaïde Olympic||View|
|06/04 05:30||13||Sturt Lions vs West Torrens Birkalla||View|
|06/04 05:30||13||Adélaïde United vs South Adélaïde||View|
|06/04 06:00||13||North Eastern Metrostars vs Campbelltown City||View|
|06/04 07:30||13||Adélaïde City vs Croydon Kings||View|
|Date||R||Home vs Away||-|
|05/21 08:30||11|| Adélaïde Olympic vs Adélaïde City ||0-2|
|05/21 05:30||11|| Campbelltown City vs Cumberland United ||4-2|
|05/21 05:30||11|| Adélaïde Comets vs Croydon Kings ||2-0|
|05/21 05:30||11|| South Adélaïde vs North Eastern Metrostars ||1-0|
|05/21 05:30||11|| White City FK Beograd vs Sturt Lions ||1-1|
|05/21 05:00||11|| West Torrens Birkalla vs Adélaïde United ||2-1|
|05/14 06:00||10|| North Eastern Metrostars vs Sturt Lions ||3-1|
|05/14 05:30||10|| Adélaïde United vs Adélaïde Comets ||4-2|
|05/14 05:30||10|| White City FK Beograd vs West Torrens Birkalla ||3-2|
|05/14 05:30||10|| Cumberland United vs Adélaïde Olympic ||3-2|
|05/13 10:45||10|| Croydon Kings vs Campbelltown City ||1-2|
|05/13 10:00||10|| Adélaïde City vs South Adélaïde ||1-1|
The National Premier Leagues South Australia (often abbreviated to NPL South Australia or NPL SA) is a semi-professional football competition in the Australian state of South Australia. The league is a subdivision of the second tier National Premier Leagues, which sits below the A-League on the national pyramid. The competition is controlled by Football South Australia, the governing body for the sport in the state.
In 2012 it was announced that the FFSA Premier League was to become the top tier of South Australian football (below the national A-League) after the disbandment of the now defunct FFSA Super League. It was announced that the competition would consist of 14 teams. These teams would be made up of the 10 teams from the defunct Super League with the remaining 4 spots being filled by the top 4 teams from the 2012 Premier League season.
In 2013 the league joined the National Premier Leagues and was named correspondingly to NPL SA. The top placed team after the completion of the season will enterer into the National Premier Leagues finals and will play-off against other top placed teams from interstate conferences to determine a nationwide champion.
National Premier Leagues South Australia (abbreviated as NPL SA), a subdivision of National Premier Leagues (NPL), is a semi-professional football competition in the state of South Australia. National Premier Leagues is the second-tier football competition in Australia, which sits below the Hyundai A-League and Westfield W-League on the country’s football national pyramid. Football Federation Australia (FFA) embarked on a National Competition Review in October 2010, which aimed to review the football competition structure in Australia. The process of conducting the National Competition Review lasted for 20 months, and the review results were released in May 2012, in which FFA proposed to revitalise the country’s state-based competitions to promote the development of elite players. As a result of this review, National Premier Leagues was established in February 2013. At the time of establishment, NPL has five subdivisions, including football teams from five corresponding state-based federations, which are Football Federation South Australia, Football Federation Tasmania, Football Queensland, Football NSW, and Capital Football. The inaugural season of NPL SA began in March 2013. Currently, this competition is run and managed by Football South Australia (formerly known as Football Federation South Australia), which is a governing body of football issues in South Australia and a competition administrator for different levels of football games in the state.