Football Australia can advise that two of the upcoming FFA Cup 2021 Quarter Finals have been locked in for Tuesday 21 December and Wednesday 22 December respectively.
On the Tuesday night, APIA Leichhardt FC will be looking to cause another 'Cupset' when they take on Isuzu UTE A-League Men's club Central Coast Mariners at 7:30pm AEDT at Leichhardt Oval.
APIA reached the Quarters after a scintillating 2-1 win over top-tier side Western Sydney Wanderers on 7 December, becoming the first ever National Premier Leagues club to knock out A-League opposition from the FFA Cup for a second time - having also bundled out Melbourne Victory at the same venue in 2018.
On Wednesday, Sydney FC will welcome Brisbane Roar FC to Netstrata Jubilee Stadium for a 7:30pm AEDT kick off in the all-A-League clash.
The home side will be looking for revenge from 2019 when Roar knocked the Sky Blues out of the FFA Cup in the Round of 32 stage.
All games will be shown live & free via 10 Play, and ticketing information will be released in the coming days.
Football Australia will also release information regarding the remaining two (2) Quarter Finals when current Round of 16 fixtures are completed by December 22.
FFA CUP 2021 QUARTER FINALS MATCH SCHEDULE
|Date||Home Team||Away Team||Venue and Time|
|Tuesday, 21 December||APIA Leichhardt FC||v||Central Coast Mariners||Leichhardt Oval, Leichhardt, NSW - 7:30pm AEDT|
|Wednesday, 22 December||Sydney FC||v||Brisbane Roar FC||Netstrata Jubilee Stadium, Kogarah, NSW - 7:30pm AEDT|
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