The KMS is responsible for the administration of four main sports facilities in Malta. The continuous use of these facilities makes this administration a very challenging and onerous task. When one considers that these facilities are used for the main sport leagues on national level (except football), it is quite clear that these need to be kept and maintained to the highest possible standards.
Programmes offered by the KMS are mainly delivered at the facilities run by the KMS, i.e. Marsa Sports Complex, Tal-Qroqq Sports Complex, Kirkop Sports Complex (San Benedittu—after school hours), and Cottonera Sports Complex. These facilities are used exclusively for the KMS programmes throughout the week as well as weekends, with occasional exceptions when an international tournament is held. These exceptions are kept to a minimum to minimise disruption to KMS programmes.
A number of school facilities, mainly those at Santa Klara, San Injazju and Santa Margerita are also used. The KMS is also collaborating with the education authorities and the Ministry for Gozo to ensure fuller use of the various government sports facilities including the sports facilities in Government schools after school hours; this has increased the availability of venues which will facilitate the introduction of new sport programmes. Other facilities run by Associations and Clubs are also used to host some of the programmes. This ensures that all programmes are delivered at the best facilities.
The Kunsill Malti għall-iSport envisages the maximum use of all public sports facilities in Malta, including those which are government-owned. Apart from the above, the KMS is also preparing the necessary brief and plans for the Regional Sports Complex in the North of Malta. In providing these recreational and sporting facilities the Kunsill Malti għall-iSport will ensure that there is positive impact to Malta’s natural environment.
The KMS strives to use the latest equipment in all its programmes. For programmes which are organised in collaboration with sport associations, the latter are asked to provide equipment which is of the highest standard and approved by International bodies.