Mosta F.C.

Mosta Football Club is a Maltese football club from the town of Mosta. The team played four seasons in Malta's highest league 1974–75, 1987–88, 2002–03 and 2005–06. They achieved promotion to the Maltese Premier League again in 2010–11.[1]

Full nameMosta Football Club
GroundCharles Abela Memorial Stadium, Mosta
ChairmanGeorge Galea
ManagerMark Miller
LeagueMaltese Premier League



Current squad

As of 9 December 2019

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

No. Position Player
1 GK Andreas Vella
3 DF Jonas Rodriguez Ekani
7 FW Edin Murga
8 MF Kyle Frendo
10 FW Wéverton
11 DF Duane Bonnici
12 MF Nikita Kotlov
14 DF Dexter Xuereb
15 DF Rafael Morisco
18 MF Kyle Gatt
19 FW Mamadou Salieu Jallow
20 MF Jean Diouf
22 DF Tyron Farrugia
No. Position Player
27 DF Steve Bonnici
30 FW Akeem Roach
77 FW Zachary Brincat
93 DF Christian Grech
99 GK Yves Bitséki Moto
GK Roberto Vella
DF Zach Mifsud
MF Gabriel Aquilina (on loan from Sliema W.)
MF Sergio Villarreal
MF Roberto Matías Muchardi
MF David Nworah Ifeanyi
MF Dimitri Christian Kassekar
MF David James Brown

Club Officials

Name Role
Technical Staff
Mark Miller Coach
Stephen Vaughan Jr Assistant Coach
Mike Tabone Goalkeepers Coach
Enzo Cestaro Physical Trainer
Melchiore Dimech Team Manager
Chris Scerri Kit Manager
board members
George Galea President and First Delegate
Michael Galea Secretary
Owen Vella Treasurer
Nicholas Callus Vice President
Alexander Muscat Vice President
Sean Grech Ass. Secretary
Pierre Mifsud Board Member
Joe Quattromani Board Member


  • Oliver Spiteri (July 1, 2009 – Nov 16, 2011)
  • Steve D'Amato (Nov 17, 2011 – Feb 13)
  • Danilo Dončić (Feb 16, 2013 – Dec 24, 2013)
  • Enrico Piccioni (Dec 24, 2013 – Nov 3, 2014)
  • Peter Smith (Nov 10, 2014 – June 10, 2015)

Women's team

The women's team of Mosta plays in the country's top division, the Maltese First Division. In 2010–11 it won its first championship and ths qualified to the 2011–12 UEFA Women's Champions League.[2] The team was runners-up in the 1998 and 1999 Maltese Women's Cup and recently won the 2012 cup.[3]


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