Series Futsal is the name behind elite futsal in Australia.

Two major competitions are held, both run by respected futsal business Futsal Oz Pty Ltd.

Series Futsal Victoria holds the honour of being the most competitive futsal league in the state, while Series Futsal Australia brings together the best futsal clubs from around Australia to compete for the prestigious national cup.

Elite Futsal, by Futsal Oz

Futsal Oz is the home of elite futsal in Victoria and Australia. The NIKE Series Futsal Victoria (formerly known as the V-League Premiership) is the highest level of futsal played in Victoria.

Eight clubs compete in a 21-week season, competing for the prize of $5,000 and the NIKE Series Futsal Victoria crown. View ladders, results, statistics and news on Series Futsal Victoria.

There are also Series Futsal Victoria leagues for the Youth (Under 21s) and Womens. Every futsal or football player has the chance to become part of these great competitions, with many starting out in the popular Futsal Oz social leagues. Click here to register a social league team or apply as an individual player.

The journey to the NIKE Series Futsal Victoria is a tough one – but not unrealistic – and there’s a number of ways to kick-start your team’s road to Series Futsal glory.

Step 1

Vic East Premier League & Vic North Premier League

The Vic East Premier League (VEPL) and the Vic North Premier League (VNPL) is played at Mount Evelyn and Thomastown stadiums each Monday night. The competition follows the same 21-week calendar as Series Futsal Victoria. The team that wins the VEPL and the VNPL play off against each other to secure a place in State League Two.

Step 2

State League Two

Teams that excel in social leagues, or those who get promoted from the VEPL or VNPL, compete in eight-team State League Two competition – the first step towards a future in Series Futsal Victoria. Games are played over 18 minute halves each Wednesday evening at the Brunswick stadium.

  • League 2 winners Promotion to League 1
  • League 2 runners-up place Relegation battle against seventh place in League 1 (two games, aggregate scores)
  • League 2 third place Relegation battle against sixth place in League 1 (two games, aggregate scores)
  • League 2 last place Relegated to Social Leagues
Step 3

State League One

The next tier in the elite Futsal Oz world is State League One. Typically, teams are more competitive and clubs prepared in an even more professional manner. Games are played over 18 minute halves each Wednesday evening at the Brunswick stadium.

  • League 1 winners Promotion to State Championship
  • League 1 runners-up place Relegation battle against seventh place in State Championship (two games, aggregate scores)
  • League 1 third place Relegation battle against sixth place in State Championship (two games, aggregate scores)
  • League 1 sixth place Relegation battle against third place in League 2 (two games, aggregate scores)
  • League 1 seventh place Relegation battle against second place in League 2 (two games, aggregate scores)
  • League 1 last place Relegated to League 2
Step 4

State Championship

In the State Championship, teams are on the edge of their dreams – just one league away from competing in Series Futsal Victoria. Games are played over 20 minute halves each Sunday afternoon or evening at the Brunswick stadium. Teams are required to have a manager and a minimum of two substitutes on the bench to be eligible for game fee rebate.

  • State Championship winners Promotion to Series Futsal Victoria and entry into the Foz Cup.
  • State Championship runners-up place Relegation battle against seventh place in Series Futsal Victoria (two games, aggregate scores)
  • State Championship third place Relegation battle against sixth place in Series Futsal Victoria (two games, aggregate scores)
  • State Championship sixth place Relegation battle against third place in League 1 (two games, aggregate scores)
  • State Championship seventh place Relegation battle against second place in League 1 (two games, aggregate scores)
  • State Championship last place Relegated to League 1
Step 5

NIKE Series Futsal Victoria

The elite level of futsal is futsal at its best – hard, tough and if you win, very rewarding. Games are played over 23 minute halves, and each team is required to have two field substitutes, one goal keeping substitute and a manager. Each round, played on a Sunday evening at all three of Futsal Oz’s great stadiums, is live streamed on YouTube.

Check ladders, results, statistics and news at seriesfutsal.com/victoria

  • Series Futsal Victoria Champions $5,000 prizemoney
  • Series Futsal Victoria top three Automatic entry into Series Futsal Australia tournament.
  • Series Futsal Victoria top five Entry into the Foz Cup.
  • Series Futsal Victoria sixth place Relegation battle against third place in State Championship (two games, aggregate scores)
  • Series Futsal Victoria seventh place Relegation battle against second place in State Championship (two games, aggregate scores)
  • Series Futsal Victoria last place Relegation to the State Championship.
Step 6

Foz Cup

The traditional end-of-season Foz Cup is a six-team, one-day tournament played after each Series Futsal Victoria premiership. The top five Series Futsal teams advance directly to the Foz Cup, joined by the reigning State Championship winners.

The top two Series Futsal Victoria teams advance straight to the semi-finals, while third place plays State champs and fourth and fifth fight for a semi-final berth.

Step 7

Series Futsal Australia

Series Futsal Australia is regarded as one of the biggest prizes in Australian futsal. Formerly known as the FAFL (Futsal Oz Australian Futsal League), Series Futsal Australia pitches the best clubs from each of Futsal Oz’s state affiliates against each other in a three-day futsal tournament.

Twelve teams compete under elite futsal rules, with two tournaments held annually (April and September).

Check out news and results at seriesfutsal.com/australia