31.12.16 Swieqi United F.C year in review
As the year 2016 shortly comes to an end and the year 2017 commences, we look back at another year of success for our young club, a year which saw our family increase with the addition of further competitive teams and an ever-growing academy. Our seniors squad continued to play their trade in the BOV second division and once more managed to... Read More
28.12.16 Determined Fiteni aiming to improve Swieqi Futsal.
Meet Kenneth Fiteni, Swieqi United’s Futsal Under 21 Coach. It goes without saying that Futsal is a relatively new sport in Malta yet the club [apart from its Seniors Futsal team] has also decided to introduce an Under 21 Squad! Certainly no... Read More
23.12.16 Swieqi's U-21 squad continues gaining experience
Swieqi's U-21 Futsal squad last night faced another fellow newcomer in Safi San Lorenzo. Swieqi got off to a nervous start and this reflected in the scoreline for after 6 minutes the Orange found themselves 2-0 down. Swieqi did not let such... Read More
21.12.16 Futsal Seniors maintain unbeaten start
Swieqi’s senior futsal team fought back from 2-0 down to beat newcomers Mriehel ESS 3-6 last night during a tight but enjoyable game of futsal at Corradino Pavillion. Swieqi got off to a wrong start and found themselves 2-0 down after 3 minutes through two quick successive goals scored by Mriehel’s Wisam El Zaredei after some... Read More
19.12.16 Swieqi U17s suffer loss against Zejtun
Swieqi U17s played their last game of 2016 against Zejtun on Sunday 18th December at 14.45 at Zebbug Ground. Swieqi kicked off the match aiming to earn three important points. Swieqi started off the match well, controlling the game and seeing most of the possession of the ball. Ten minutes in, Swieqi hit the cross bar,... Read More
19.12.16 Seniors: Late penalty the difference between the sides.
Swieqi United were unlucky to lose against Birzebbuga - in a game played at the Mosta Stadium. There was nothing much between the dies though Swieqi did enjoy most of the possession and were dangerous up front. Nevertheless, the Birzebbugia... Read More