The Magic of the Cup hits Queensland this week as 58 teams from the South East Queensland (SEQ) qualification region, Far North Queensland and Mackay play in 29 matches across the state.
Four teams from the Mackay qualification region kicked off proceedings mid-week as Mackay Rangers FC and Magpies FC played host to Mackay Lions and City Brothers FC respectively last night.
Mackay Lions put six goals past Mackay Rangers to progress to Round 4 of the FFA Cup, while Magpies FC defeated City Brothers 4-1 in their Round 3 clash last night.
Round 2 of the FFA Cup for the SEQ region will kick off this weekend following last weekend’s postponement due to the rain.
Annerley FC and Pine Hills get us underway on Friday night as they host Ipswich City and Mt Gravatt Hawks respectively, while Douglas United head to Atherton Eagles in the Far North for a Round 2 clash.
Watch the Pine Hills v Mt Gravatt Hawks Round 2 clash live tomorrow night on the Football Brisbane Facebook page.
With so many mouthwatering matches over the weekend, here are just a few of the entertaining clashes set to take place.
In the longest distance match of the round, Tallebudgera Valley FC from the Gold Coast region will travel 257kms ground to ground as they take on Gympie United in the Sunshine Coast region this Saturday.
Coomera SC will also travel north to the Sunshine Coast to take on Noosa Lions in the other big ticket coast to coast clash of Round 2, while Brisbane Knights hit the highway to face Nambour Yandina United FC on Saturday.
Teams from the South West get in on the Round 2 inter-zone action when Rockville Rovers and USQ FC make the trip to Brisbane to face Virginia United and Oxley United this weekend, while Brisbane’s relative newcomer Ripley Valley FC kick off their second ever FFA Cup campaign against Gold Coast powerhouse Surfers Paradise Apollo SC at Briggs Road Sporting Complex.
Gatton Redbacks will look to upset local rivals Willowburn FC as they host the South West’s reigning Premiers at Gatton Dixon Oval this Saturday.
Reigning Brisbane Premier League (BPL) Champions Albany Creek meanwhile travel to take on rivals Bayside United on Saturday in what’s sure to be a fascinating affair, while Grange Thistle host Centenary Stormers at Lanham Park later that evening.
Is your team missing in action? The 24 SEQ region teams with a bye this weekend will take to the pitch next week when Round 3 kicks off.
View full list of fixtures below.
South East Queensland – Round 2
Oxley United v USQ FC
Grange Thistle v Centenary Stormers
Runaway Bay v Caboolture
Western Spirit v Bardon Latrobe
Annerley v Ipswich City
Virginia United v Rockville Rovers
Jimboomba v Tweed United
Tarragindi Tigers v West Wanderers FC
Brighton Bulldogs v Pacific Pines FC
Woombye Snakes v Springfield
Bribie FC v Musgrave SC
Gympie United v Tallebudgera Valley
Nambour Yandina United FC v Brisbane Knights
Buderim Wanderers v Park Ridge
Palm Beach SC v Westside Grovely
Gatton Redbacks v Willowburn FC
Logan Metro v Brisbane Athletic
Bayside United v Albany Creek
Acacia Ridge v North Star
Moggill v AC Carina
Ripley Valley v Surfers Paradise Apollo
North Lakes Mustangs v Beerwah Glasshouse United
Pine Hills v Mt Gravatt Hawks
Clairvaux FC v UQFC
Noosa Lions FC v Coomera SC
Bethania Rams v North Brisbane
Far North Queensland – Round 2
Atherton Eagles FC v Douglas United
Mackay – Round 3
Mackay Rangers FC v Mackay Lions
Magpies FC v City Brothers FC