FA reveals eight national second division clubs

By Joanna Guelas
Updated November 20 2023 - 4:00pm, first published 3:57pm
Sydney United 58 is one of eight teams involved in a new Football Australia second-tier competition. (David Neilson/AAP PHOTOS)
Sydney United 58 is one of eight teams involved in a new Football Australia second-tier competition. (David Neilson/AAP PHOTOS)

Historical powerhouse clubs believe their return to the national stage via a new second-tier competition can help deliver an Australian football renaissance.

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