Super League Play-offs - Previous Play-off Systems - Top Six

Top Six

From 2002 to 2008 a play-off structure involving the top six teams was used to determine the winners of the Super League competition. Apart from the Grand Final, all matches were staged at the home ground of the team that finished higher in the final league table. A similar system was used by the Australian National Soccer League and is now used by the A-League to decide its champions. From Week Two onwards, the Top Six play-offs system reflects exactly the Page playoff system.

Top Six play-off schedule:

Week One

  • Elimination Semi-final A: 3rd vs 6th
  • Elimination Semi-final B: 4th vs 5th

Week Two

Week Three

  • Final Qualifier: Losers of Qualification Match vs Winners of Elimination Final

Week Four

  • Grand Final: Winners of Qualification Match vs Winners of Final Qualifier
Super League 6 team play-off bracket
Elimination play-offs Qualifying / Elimination semi-finals Elimination final Super League Grand Final
QSF:
1
2 GF:
EPO1: EF:
3
6 ESF:
EPO2:
4
5
Key: Losing team progressing Winning team progressing

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