Hamrun Spartans will be playing in Division 2 next season as Msida St. Joseph moved a step closer towards securing their BOV First Division status thanks to a 2-0 win over St. George’s. A win which puts the Saints nine points ahead of Zejtun Corinthians and thirteen ahead of Hamrun.Read More
Sirens secured the BOV Third Division Championship after defeating St. Venera Lightnings 3-0 on Friday. A win which puts the St. Paul’s Bay side on the 66-point mark, twelve ahead of Swieqi United.
Thanks to this win, Sirens extended their unbeaten record to twenty-four matches.Read More
Senglea Athletic and Zabbar St. Patrick earned a point each in a goalless draw in a clash from the BOV Second Division on Friday.
Zabbar St. Patrick stay in fifth place three points behind the three teams lying in second place – San Gwann, Pembroke Athleta and Mqabba.Read More
The Malta FA Refereeing Department organised a Talent & Mentor Seminar Weekend at the Pergola Hotel & Spa in Mellieħa between the 28th and 30th March for a select group of promising match officials following an intensive two year programme.
The five referees Darryl Agius, Ismael Barbara, Elvio Degabriele, Alex Johnson and Emanuel Grech, and the 2 assistant referees David Castillo and Jurgen Spiteri, were accompanied by their mentors Gaetano De Gabriele, Alexander Spiteri and Philip Agius.Read More
Pembroke Athleta Football Nursery, in collaboration with the Pembroke Local Council, will be hosting the fourth and penultimate Youth FA Under-11 event on Sunday 6th April.
This event follows the ones held at Mgarr, Marsaxlokk and Hamrun as part of the Youth FA’s Fun Football, Education, Culture and More Under-11 Events. This season’s events have been given a new dimension by the Youth FA to include a cultural aspect of the locality of the organisers.Read More