|2013 Victorian Premier League Table|
2012 | Results | Table | Under 21s Table | Index | 2014
written by Tony Persoglia
|Green Gully Cavaliers||22||9||6||7||32||28||31|
|Port Melbourne Sharks||22||9||5||8||24||28||30|
|Dandenong Thunder *||22||8||4||10||28||30||23|
|Southern Stars **||22||0||22||0||0||0||1|
Northcote City were crowned 2013 Victorian Premier League Minor Premiers.
Northcote City, Melbourne Knights, Bentleigh Greens, South Melbourne and Green Gully Cavaliers contested the 2013 Finals Series.
Northcote City were crowned 2013 Victorian Premier League Champions.
Richmond and Southern Stars were automatically relegated.
NOTE: Dandenong Thunder were deducted three competition points.
NOTE: All Southern Stars matches with the exception of the final round were declared a 'No Result' with no competition points awarded.
NOTE: Bentleigh Greens forfeited their final round match against Southern Stars, who were awarded one competition point.
Football Federation Victoria introduced the National Premier Leagues Victoria in 2014, with an application process and selection criteria used to determine entrants in the rebranded 14-team league. The four entities which joined the existing Premier League clubs were Heidelberg United and Werribee City from the 2013 Victorian State League Division 1, Ballarat Red Devils from the 2013 Victorian State League Division 2 North-West and the newly formed club from Shepparton, Goulburn Valley Suns.
Last updated: 14 July 2019.