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Victoria - Regular Season:
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Format:
10 teams, еach plays all the others three times - of which at least once at home and once away - for a total of 27 games each, over 27 game weeks.

Scoring points:
3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, 0 points for a loss.

Table order:
1. points won; 2. total goal difference; 3. total goals scored; 4. points in head-to-head matches; 5. goal difference in hth matches; 6. goals scored in hth matches; 7. away goals in hth matches; 8. play-off or draw (only for determining promotion and relegation, and exact tie-breaker to be decided by the Victoria federation).

Relegation to the league:
no relegation to the league

Promotion from the league:
no promotion to the league

Relegation from the league:
no relegation from the league

Promotion to the league:
no promotion to the league


Victoria - Final Stages:
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Format:
4 teams from the Regular Season contest the Women's National Premier Leagues - Victoria in a knockout format.

Major Semi-final:
Teams are paired according to their Regular Season standings:
1st vs 2nd:
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.
Winner qualifies for the Grand Final; loser enters the Preliminary Final.

Minor Semi-final:
Teams are paired according to their Regular Season standings:
3rd vs 4th:
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.
Winner qualifies for the Preliminary Final.

Preliminary Final:
Teams are paired as follows:
loser Major Semi-final vs winner Minor Semi-final.
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.

Grand Final:
Teams are paired as follows, with the winner becoming the Women's National Premier Leagues - Victoria champion:
winner Major Semi-final vs winner Preliminary Final.
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The match is played at a neutral venue.


New South Wales - Regular Season:
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Format:
12 teams, each plays the others twice - home and away - for a total of 22 games each, over 22 game weeks.

Scoring points:
3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, 0 points for a loss.

Table order:
1. points won; 2. total goal difference; 3. total goals scored; 4. play-off (only for deciding play-off participation or relegation); 5. draw.

Qualification for New South Wales - Final Stages:
1-4 place: qualify for New South Wales - Final Stages

Relegation to the league:
no relegation to the league

Promotion from the league:
no promotion to the league

Relegation from the league:
12 place: relegated to New South Wales NPL2

Promotion to the league:
1 team from New South Wales NPL2


New South Wales - Final Stages:
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Format:
4 teams from the Regular Season contest the Women's National Premier Leagues - New South Wales champion in a knockout format.

Major Semi-final:
Teams are paired according to their Regular Season standings:
1st vs 2nd:
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.
Winner qualifies for the Grand Final; loser enters the Preliminary Final.

Minor Semi-final:
Teams are paired according to their Regular Season standings:
3rd vs 4th:
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.
Winner qualifies for the Preliminary Final.

Preliminary Final:
Teams are paired as follows:
loser Major Semi-final vs winner Minor Semi-final.
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.

Grand Final:
Teams are paired as follows, with the winner becoming the Women's National Premier Leagues - New South Wales champion:
winner Major Semi-final vs winner Preliminary Final.
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The match is played at a neutral venue.


South Australia - Regular Season:
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Format:
8 teams, each plays the others three times - of which at least once home and once away - for a total of 21 games each, over 21 game weeks.

Scoring points:
3 points for a win, 1 point for a draw, 0 points for a loss.

Table order:
1. points won; 2. total goal difference; 3. total goals scored; 4. play-off (only for deciding play-off participation or relegation); 5. draw.

Qualification for the Final Stages:
1-4 place: qualify for the Final Stages

Relegation from the league:
no relegation from the league

Promotion to the league:
no promotion to the league


South Australia - Final Stages:
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Format:
4 teams from the Regular Season contest the Women's National Premier Leagues - South Australia champion in a knockout format.

Major Semi-final:
Teams are paired according to their Regular Season standings:
1st vs 2nd:
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.
Winner qualifies for the Grand Final; loser enters the Preliminary Final.

Minor Semi-final:
Teams are paired according to their Regular Season standings:
3rd vs 4th:
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.
Winner qualifies for the Preliminary Final.

Preliminary Final:
Teams are paired as follows:
loser Major Semi-final vs winner Minor Semi-final.
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The higher placed team from the Regular Season is host.

Grand Final:
Teams are paired as follows, with the winner becoming the Women's National Premier Leagues - South Australia champion:
winner Major Semi-final vs winner Preliminary Final.
Winner is decided over one leg, with extra time and penalties if score is level after regular time.
The match is played at a neutral venue.