Nike F.C. Cup
2018 Women's State Knockout Cup: Calder United SC
2020 Nike F.C. Cup Key Information:
2020 Nike FC Cup Team Registration Information - updated 19th December 2019
2019 Nike F.C. Cup Key Information:
Semi Final Fixtures Memo - updated 11th June 2019
Semi Final Draw Ball Allocation Memo - updated 6th June 2019
Semi Final Draw - updated 28th May
Quarter Final Fixtures Memo - updated 9th May 2019
Quarter Final Draw Ball Allocation Memo - updated 9th May 2019
Round 4 Fixtures Memo - updated 23rd April 2019
Round 4 Draw Ball Allocation Memo - updated 23rd April 2019
Round 3 Fixtures Memo - updated 25th March 2019
Round 3 Draw Ball Allocation Memo - updated 25th March 2019
Round 2 Fixtures Memo - updated 18th March 2019
Round 2 Draw Ball Allocation Memo - updated 18th March 2019
Rules of Competition & Summary of Changes Memo - updated 13th March 2019
Round 1 Fixtures Memo - updated 7th March 2019
Round 1 Draw Ball Allocation Memo - updated 4th March 2019
Round 1 Draw Ball Allocation - updated 4th March 2019
Round Progression - updated 19th December 2018
Key Information Memo - updated 19th December 2018
Team Entry Form - updated 19th December 2019
NIKE F.C. Cup Rules & Regulations
NIKE F.C. Cup 2019 Competition Regulations - updated 13th March 2019
NIKE F.C. Cup 2019 Summary of Changes - updated 13th March 2019
Strip Report - updated 13th March 2019
The Women’s State Knockout Cup has a very young history, as it was only established and first contested in 2012.
With the success of the Mirabella Cup in 2011, the women’s edition of the state cup was started to give female teams from all across the state to compete against each other in a knockout format.
Women’s Premier League powerhouse Box Hill United took out the first title, known as the Pelada Cup, defeating a young and exciting Bundoora United side 2-0 thanks to goals by Kat Smith and Georgia Koutrouvelis.
In 2013, a dominant South Melbourne WFC unit made it all the way to the final, but was beaten 1-0 by the experienced Sandringham, with Eliza Gleadell notching the only goal.
With a chance for redemption in 2014, South Melbourne succumbed yet again at the final hurdle, with FC Bulleen Lions taking out its maiden major honour with a 2-0 win, thanks to a wonder strike by Tessa Sernio and another to Emily Coppock.
The Lions had a chance to go back-to-back in 2015, but came up against a red-hot Boroondara Eagles, with the Eagles taking out the title with a comprehensive 5-3 win thanks to goals from Amy Jackson (2), Taryne Boudreau, Rani Cavaretta and a Maddie Stockdale own goal. Bulleen did manage three strikes of their own, through Racheal Quigley, Emily Coppock and Cindy Lay, but it wasn't enough against a strong Eagles' line-up.
2016 saw over 40 teams do battle in the competition, with Heidelberg United winning the cup for the first time, defeating FC Bulleen Lions 4-0 in the final played at ABD Stadium.
Bulleen made it to a third final in three years in 2016, however the side's fortunes didn't change against Heidelberg United, who ran away 4-0 winners. American striker Leigh Gray scored a hat-trick to win the Theresa Deas medal while Bonnie Barnes scored Heidelberg's third goal.
- 2019 - Calder United SC
- 2018 - Calder United SC
- 2017 - Calder United SC
- 2016 - Heidelberg United FC
- 2015 - Boroondara Eagles FC
- 2014 - FC Bulleen Lions
- 2013 - Sandringham SC
- 2012 - Box Hill United FC