Four more clubs granted NPL licences
Football Federation (FFV) wishes to advise that Moreland City, Eastern Lions and the Melbourne Victory and Melbourne City National Youth League clubs have been accepted into the Playstation 4 National Premier Leagues (NPL) Victoria competition.
The four clubs will compete in the PS4 NPL 1 (second division) in 2015, and will be joined by fellow newcomers Murray United and Nunawading City.
As State League 1 North-West and South-East champions respectively, Moreland City and Eastern Lions took the opportunity to apply for entry into the NPL 1.
Following a thorough review process including club interviews, FFV decided to grant Moreland City and Eastern Lions two-year NPL participation licences to bring them in line with existing NPL clubs.
Melbourne Victory NYL and Melbourne City NYL have also been granted two-year licences.
FFV will announce the league structure for the NPL 1 2015 by Friday November 14, with draft fixtures for both the NPL and NPL 1 2015 competitions to be supplied to clubs by the end of November.