|Date||R||Home v Away||-|
|06/25 09:30||18||Melbourne Knights v Avondale||View|
|06/25 09:45||18||Port Melbourne SC v Dandenong Thunder||View|
|06/25 10:00||18||Green Gully v Oakleigh Cannons||View|
|06/25 10:30||18||Bentleigh Greens v Hume City||View|
|06/25 10:30||18||Dandenong City v Heidelberg Utd||View|
|06/26 05:00||18||Eastern Lions v St Albans Saints||View|
|06/26 09:00||18||South Melbourne v Altona Magic||View|
|07/02 10:00||19||Green Gully v Altona Magic||View|
|07/02 10:30||19||Oakleigh Cannons v Dandenong City||View|
|07/03 05:00||19||Avondale v Bentleigh Greens||View|
|07/03 07:30||19||Hume City v Eastern Lions||View|
|07/03 09:00||19||Dandenong Thunder v South Melbourne||View|
|Date||R||Home v Away||-|
|06/20 05:00||17|| Heidelberg Utd v Green Gully ||1-0|
|06/20 05:00||17|| St Albans Saints v Bentleigh Greens ||1-3|
|06/19 09:00||17|| Dandenong Thunder v Eastern Lions ||2-1|
|06/19 07:30||17|| Hume City v Melbourne Knights ||2-3|
|06/19 05:00||17|| Avondale v Dandenong City ||3-0|
|06/18 10:30||17|| Oakleigh Cannons v Altona Magic ||3-2|
|06/18 09:30||17|| South Melbourne v Port Melbourne SC ||0-1|
|06/13 07:00||16||Heidelberg Utd v Altona Magic||PPT.|
|06/12 09:00||16||South Melbourne v Oakleigh Cannons||PPT.|
|06/12 05:00||16||Eastern Lions v Port Melbourne SC||PPT.|
|06/11 10:30||16||Dandenong City v Hume City||PPT.|
|06/11 10:30||16||Bentleigh Greens v Dandenong Thunder||PPT.|
The National Premier Leagues Victoria, commonly known as NPL Victoria, is a semi-professional soccer league in Victoria, Australia. The league is a part of the overall National Premier Leagues, and is the highest level within the Victorian soccer league system, serving jointly as the second tier within the overall Australian pyramid.
Administered by Football Victoria, NPL Victoria is the latest iteration of first division competitions in the state. Historically known as the Victorian State League and later as the Victorian Premier League, the league was first founded in 1908 as the Victorian Amateur League and would soon become the Victorian First Division. It adopted its current branding in 2014, following Football Federation Australia's 2012 National Competition Review.
NPL Victoria is contested by 14 clubs. Running from February to September each year, the league sees teams play 26 regular season fixtures, once at home and once away against each other club. The first-placed team at the conclusion of the regular season is termed the "premier". The top six-placed clubs then play a knock-out finals series, with the winner becoming the "champion". The bottom-placed teams operate a system of promotion and relegation with the division below, NPL Victoria 2.
The league premier qualifies as Victoria's representative in the national finals series, whilst the champion plays against the Dockerty Cup winner in the FV Community Shield.