Clubs history

SUFC Season 2018-2019

The Men’s Senior Squad participated in the BOV 1st Division for the first time in their history. It was overall was a very satisfying season both in terms of league position and football played. The Squad managed to retain their status with a couple of games to play. Moreover, a number of historical results were achieved [including two wins vs San Gwann, wins against Vittoriosa, Mqabba & Lija Athletic). Swieqi United ended the campaign in 8th place with 34 points. The Women’s team did the best they could, and the players tried their very best but lost the final decisive match against Luxol Raiders condemning the squad to second place in Section B.

The Men’s Under 19 Squad participated for the first time in Section B and managed to retain their status. Aptly guided by Gilbert Micallef and Nick Debono, it was a competitive league, but the team managed a good number of performances and an overall positive season. The squad also reached the quarter-finals of the Youth Knock-Out for the third consecutive season. This was also the very first time that a Woman’s Under 19 team was assembled after a very busy summer involving recruitment. Despite many challenges, the squad managed to achieve an aggregate of 6 points. The players produced a very good effort overall and were very determined through dogged displays. There is room for improvement but also potential thanks to Andrew Azzopardi who is managing the group.

The Under 17s Squad (Men) competed in Section B for the second time ever in the club’s history. It certainly was quite a tough league and a challenging year with some very tough results however the team managed to survive in the final weeks of the season. The Under 15s Squad (Men) played in Section C which was quite a tough league and a challenging year for all involved. The team managed to survive despite plenty of obstacles and challenges presented.

The Seniors Futsal Team managed to retain their elite status. The squad had an overall good season considering the resources and budgeting…as it is not easy competing at this level. The Futsal Under 21s Squad (Men) made significant improvement considering a very slow start to the campaign. A number of good wins were secured in the latter part of the season ensuring the squad ended with 15 points. There is currently a lot of potential and many promising players are coming through the ranks.