Clubs history

SUFC Season 2019-2020

The Men’s Senior Squad ended up in 10th place from 14 clubs in the league before the league was terminated due to COVID-19. The team had six games to go before the league ended. Throughout the year, SUFC played a lot of games with young players and therefore we cannot be unhappy with the overall results. The club’s overall record was 5 wins, 6 draws and 8 losses.

The Men’s Under 19 squad ended up in 5th place from 10 clubs, but two points off 2nd place. Had the team won the last game (vs Zabbar St Patrick, where the match finished 4-4), the squad would have been promoted to Section A. The team is now established in Section B and have shown that they are no pushovers.

The Men’s U17 Squad ended up last in Section B with 5 points. The boys faced off against some big teams in Mosta, Birkirkara, Floriana, Hibernians etc. On the other hand, the Men’s U15 Squad competed in Section B for the first time. The group finished last without any points. This particular section had some tough teams including Hibernians, Valletta and Balzan were all in this league.

The Women’s Senior Squad ended up in 3rd place overall. There was an improvement from the previous year – between Swieqi United and Mgarr United, there wasn’t a huge difference, but there is a big gap between the club and Birkirkara (who won the league unbeaten). For a first season at this level, it was positive overall, although we could do better.

The Women’s U19 Squad ended up in 2nd place overall, three points off first placed Mgarr. We could unfortunately not beat Mgarr in the league but the team should be rewarded for finishing in 2nd place, and thus encourage the players to keep on working hard. The Women’s U15 Squad won the league with just one loss all season (vs Birkirkara). The girls played very well overall and won the league quite comfortably.

The Futsal Senior Squad, for the second year in a row, parted ways with the Seniors’ coach. The group finished last out of four teams, and we had a disruptive season overall. The Futsal Development Squad had a positive season and we ended up 2nd in the league and were in the playoffs for first place. Of note is that the last four additions to the National Team all played for Swieqi United at a point in time.