Rules and Regulations
Community Competitions - Metropolitan
- 2019 Rules of Competition - updated March 28, 2019
- 2019 Rules of Competition and Regulations Memo - communicated March 20, 2019
- 2019 Summary of Changes to Rules of Competition and Regulations - updated March 20, 2019
- 2019 Summary of Changes to Junior Rules of Competition and Regulations - updated March 20, 2019
- 2019 Summary of Changes to Metro & Masters Rules of Competition and Regulations - updated March 20, 2019
- 2019 Summary of Changes to Men's Rules of Competition and Regulations - updated March 20, 2019
- 2019 Summary of Changes to Women's Rules of Competition and Regulations - updated March 20, 2019
- NPL/MSL Promotion & Relegation Policy - updated December 16, 2016
National Premier Leagues
- 2019 FV Geelong Rules Of Competition - updated 4 April 2019
- 2019 Summary to FV Geelong Rules of Competitions and Regulations - updated 4 April 2019
- Westfield FFA Cup 2018 Preliminary Round Supplementary Regulations Football Federation Victoria
- Westfield FFA Cup 2018 Competition Regulations
- Summary of Westfield FFA Cup Competition Regulation Amendments
- 2019 Nike FC Cup Regulations
- 2019 Nike FC Cup Summary of Changes
- 2019 Dockerty Cup Regulations
- 2019 Dockerty Cup Summary of Changes
Match Day Risk & Security Policy
- FV Match Day Risk & Security Policy - updated April 2019
Grievance, Disciplinary & Tribunal (GDT) By-Law
For more information about Tribunal & Discipline, please click here.
Why is a certain rule/policy the way it is?
In a general sense our regulations must be consistent with the broader guidelines and regulations of FIFA and the FFA. Further, they must be compliant with State and Federal law. We also have a lot of different stakeholders to consider; changing a rule to benefit clubs for example may prove detrimental to the freedoms of players.
Ultimately all of our regulations have to be both fair and practical. This means that they are always carefully considered and reviewed annually.
Can you make an exception to a rule for me on this occasion?
Our regulations outline our ability to grant exemptions; for some rules under certain circumstances it is possible - if so, this will be outlined in the relevant regulations.
If we are unable to provide an exemption then it will either be because it is not within our authority to do so, or because doing so would jeopardise the integrity of our competitions.
What is the best way for me to leave feedback/suggestions for certain rules?
The best way to leave feedback is via email so that we have a written record to which we can refer. Feedback can be sent to email@example.com, or directly to the relevant department.