PS4 NPL Grand Finals this weekend

With a host of the country’s PlayStation 4 National Premier Leagues competitions holding their Grand Finals this weekend, here are all of the details on how to keep up with the action.

PlayStation 4 NPL Capital Football 2015 Grand Final
Canberra FC v Canberra Olympic 

Sunday 13 September 2015
McKellar Park, McKellar
Kick-Off 4:00pm

Ticketing: Adults $5, Concession $2, Kids U12 Free
Tickets available at the venue.

Broadcast: Visit the Capital Football website in the days following for highlights of the match

Twitter: @CapitalFootball

Facebook: LIVE updates on official Capital Football page

PS4 NPL Capital Football website

Canberra FC meet Canberra Olympic in the PlayStation 4® National Premier Leagues Capital Football 2015 Grand Final at McKellar Park on Sunday as the winter season in Canberra draws to a conclusion. This will be the third time in five seasons that this match-up will decide the fate of the Grand Final trophy and with the previous two encounters being memorable occasions, the scene is set for 2015 to be the ultimate showdown. Click here for a full preview.


PlayStation 4 NPL NSW Men’s 1 2015 Grand Final
APIA Leichhardt v Blacktown City FC

Sunday 13 September 2015
Leichhardt Oval
Kick-Off 3:00pm

Ticketing: Click here to purchase tickets

Broadcast: Tune into the live stream via YouTube from 2:30pm

If you can’t attend the Grand Final of the PS4 National Premier Leagues NSW Men’s 1 at Leichhardt Oval on Sunday, you can watch it online. Experienced commentator Brenton Speed, who regularly calls the Hyundai A-League and international fixtures for Fox Sports, along with NSW National Premier Leagues specialist Adam Santarossa, combine for the competition’s showpiece event. A half an hour pregame show will lead into kick-off at 3pm, featuring player interviews, coaches interviews, and a countdown of the top ten goals of the season. The stream will stay with the action until a winner is decided.

Twitter: LIVE updates on @NPLNSW

Facebook: Updates on the official NPL New South Wales Facebook page

PS4 NPL NSW website


PlayStation 4 NPL Victoria 2015 Grand Final
South Melbourne v Bentleigh Greens

Sunday 13 September 2015
Lakeside Stadium, South Melbourne
Kick-Off 3:00pm

Ticketing: Adults $20, Concession/Child (14-18 years, Pension/Student) $10, Children 13-and-under FREE
Gates open: Public entry via Gate 2 from 2:00pm
Online pre-sale: Online purchase available - CLICK HERE

Broadcast: The PS4 NPL Victoria 2015 Grand Final will be live streamed on Football Federation Victoria's official smartphone app, Team App - CLICK HERE for details

Twitter: Live updates @nplvictoria #SMvBG #PS4NPLVIC

PS4 NPL Victoria website

Keep up-to-date with all the NPL Victoria news, video, features and more via the official website,Facebook, Twitter and YouTube channels.


PlayStation 4 NPL South Australia 2015 Grand Final
Adelaide Blue Eagles v West Adelaide SC

Saturday 12 September 2015
Elite Systems Football Centre, Angle Park
Kick-Off 3:00pm

Ticketing: Adult $10, Concession $5, Children U16 Free

Tickets will be available at the venue.

Gates open at 9am with the U18 Grand Final kicking off at 10am followed by the reserve Grade at 12:30pm.

Broadcast: Live Stream at www.nplsa.com.au or www.youtube.com/FFSANPL

Radio: 5RTI (531AM) or online www.531radioitaliana.com.au

Twitter: @FFSANPL @ABE_FC @WestAdelaideSC

PS4 NPL South Australia website


PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland 2015 Grand Final
Moreton Bay United FC v Brisbane Strikers FC

Sunday 13 September 2015
Wolter Park, Moreton Bay
Kick-Off 5:00PM

Broadcast: The match will be available via LIVE STREAM at the official PlayStation 4 NPL Queensland website

Twitter: @nplqld

PS4 NPL Queensland website

Moreton Bay United have hosting rights as the highest placed qualifying club after finishing the home-and-away season in first place.


In the other PlayStation 4 NPL competitions, Edgeworth FC were crowned champions in Northern NSW last weekend courtesy of a 2-0 win in the Grand Final Hamilton Olympic.

Meanwhile Western Australia did not hold finals this year, although Bayswater City were the clear standouts as they went through the season undefeated.