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Żurrieq
Full name Żurrieq Football Club
Nickname(s) The Reds
Founded 1949
Ground Ta'Qali Stadium,
Ta' Qali,
Malta
Ground Capacity 17,000
Chairman Malta John Farrugia
Manager Malta Stefan Giglio
(Player-manager)
League Maltese First Division
2012/13 Maltese Second Division
3rd (Promoted to 1st Division)

Żurrieq Football Club is a football club in the Mediterranean island of Malta. It was founded in 1949 and is the club based in the town of Zurrieq in the South of Malta.

Żurrieq F.C. participates in all competitions organized by the MFA and the YFA including the National, Under 19 and the Youth FA leagues. Żurrieq F.C. Youth Nursery is the institution which forms part of Zurrieq F.C. and which works to train the young footballers from the age of 8 years up to 16 years and enable them to participate in the competitions organized by the Maltese Youth FA.

History

1949: Club Foundation

1982: 1st Participation in a European Competition

Footballer of the Year Award

Year Player Name
1983/84 Malta Charles Muscat

For previous winners, see Maltese Player of the Year.

Players

Current squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
1 Malta GK Jeremy Alden
33 Malta GK Rueben Debono
73 Malta GK Darryl Farr
93 Malta DF Tonio D'Amato
31 Malta DF Stephen Wellman
5 Malta DF Karl Sacco
21 Malta DF Carl Magro
4 Malta DF Alexander Barbara
20 Malta MF Matthew Schembri
22 Malta MF Maed Mifsud
No. Position Player
26 Malta MF Stefan Giglio
32 Malta MF Matthew Cocks
29 Malta MF Dylan Darmanin
24 Nigeria FW Agboebina Osi Lucky
9 Malta FW Steve Azzopardi
11 Malta FW Daniel Zammit
10 Nigeria FW Joseph Kehinde Ogunnupe
50 Malta FW Aaron Agius (on loan from Balzan Youths)
- Malta FW Gabriel Ghigo (on loan from Pieta Hotspurs)

Youths squad

Note: Flags indicate national team as defined under FIFA eligibility rules. Players may hold more than one non-FIFA nationality.

No. Position Player
- Malta GK Darryl Farr
- Malta DF David Bugeja
- Malta DF Daniel Muscat
- Malta DF Jamie Farrugia
- Malta DF Kurt Camilleri
- Malta DF Dylan Zahra
- Malta DF Miguel Bugeja
No. Position Player
- Malta MF Joseph Camilleri
- Malta MF Ryan Bugeja
- Malta MF Joseph Bezzina
- Malta MF Luke Cachia
- Malta FW Gabriel Ghigo
- Malta FW Colin Deguara

Achievements (Youths)

Youth Legue Section D Winners:
2013–14

Season Division Position Significant Events Knockout
2011/12 Section C 12th Relegated Round 3
2012/13 Section D 3rd Quarter Final
2013/14 Section D 1st Promoted Semi Final
2014/15 Section C

Club officials and coaching staff

Club officials

  • President: John Farrugia
  • Secretary: Jean Claude Xuereb
  • Treasurer: Shaun Camilleri
  • Executive Committee Members:
    • Emilio Barbara
    • Pawlu Bonnici
    • Saviour Farrugia

Coaching staff

  • Coach:

Stefan Giglio

Nursery officials and coaching staff

Club officials

  • President: John Farrugia
  • Secretary: Jean Claude Xuereb
  • Treasurer: Jeffrey Sacco
  • Executive Committee Members:
    • Shaun Camilleri
    • Emilio Barbara

Coaching staff

  • Head Coach: Vince Mifsud

Achievements

Minor League Winners:
1956–57

Maltese Cup Winners:
1984–85

Maltese Cup Runners-Up:
1983–84, 1985–86

Maltese Third Division Runners-Up:
2008–09

Season Division Position Significant Events Maltese Cup
1999/00 Maltese Premier League 10th Relegated
2000/01 Maltese First Division 10th Relegated
2001/02 Maltese Second Division 4th
2002/03 Maltese Second Division 4th
2003/04 Maltese Second Division 10th Relegated
2004/05 Maltese Third Division
2005/06 Maltese Third Division
2006/07 Maltese Third Division 3rd Promoted
2007/08 Maltese Second Division 11th Relegated
2008/09 Maltese Third Division 2nd (Section B) Promoted
2009/10 Maltese Second Division
2012/13 Maltese Second Division 3rd Promoted
2013/14 Maltese First Division 9th

European record

Season Competition Round Country Club Score
1982-83 UEFA Cup 1Q Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Hajduk Split 1–4, 0–4 (1–8 agg)
1985-86 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1Q West Germany KFC Uerdingen 05 0–3, 0–9 (0–12 agg)
1986-87 UEFA Cup Winners' Cup 1Q Wales Wrexham 0–3, 0–4 (0–7 agg)

External links

  • Official website

References

  1. http://www.zurrieqfc.net/component/joomsport/player/2/27?Itemid=0
  2. http://www.independent.com.mt/articles/2012-09-18/others/football-bank-of-valletta-second-division-relegated-st-georges-start-season-with-strong-victory-316184/

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