Open/Close Menu SportMalta is the Government of Malta’s entity for the development and promotion of Sport in Malta.

Prime Minister Robert Abela today visited SportMalta Head Office in Cottonera.  This was the first time that a Prime Minister visited the government entity for Sport. While paying an official visit, Dr Abela was shown around by Chief Executive Officer Mark Cutajar and Chairman Luciano Busuttil. Dr Abela met  Board of Directors, Management, head office…

Ħarġu l-ewwel sejħiet għall-offerti biex fil-Marsa jibda x-xogħol għall-iżvilupp ta’ ċentru sportiv ta’ livell internazzjonali. Il-Gvern se jinvesti €9 miljun, bis-Segretarju Parlamentari għall-Isport, Clifton Grima, jgħid li dawn il-faċilitajiet iridu jkunu lesti sa tliet snin oħra meta f’Malta se jsiru l-Logħob tal-Pajjiżi ż-Żgħar. 60 tomna art fiż-żona biswit it-trakka tal-atletika fil-Marsa se tinbidel f’ċentru sportiv…

The aim of the ESSA-Sport project, funded by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ programme, was to establish a European Sector Skills Alliance covering the full breadth of the sport and physical activity sector across the European Union. The project was a direct response to the identified needs and challenges of the sport and physical…

Summer on the Move is the biggest and most popular programme for kids and adults alike, where sport and physical activity are the focus for a fun-filled summer. Summer on the Move promises to provide the favourite activities from weekly sessions offered at different times and venues. Families are encouraged to take part together in…

As COVID-19 restrictions are gradually relaxed, employers and workers must work together to adapt and promote safe work practices consistent with advice from public health authorities and to ensure that premises are ready for the social distancing and correct hygiene measures that are critical to the success of the transition. Employers and workers must prevent…

The guidelines on the return to sport in Malta as part of the COVID-19 transition are intended for the sporting associations and athletes who fall under the supervision of SportMalta. They are based on international guidelines and scientific literature, and are in accordance with the guidance issued by the Public Health Authorities. They are intended…

Many have seen their sports shattered by enforced lockdowns and social distancing whilst others have had to adapt their regimes around home-schooling and tele-working. For those fortunate enough to still be able to get time on the water provides a mental and physical recharge. For Clinton Spiteri, a keen stand-up paddler, #beactive was marked by…

Mil-lum, is-Sibt, 23 ta’ Mejju, reġgħu nfetħu uffiċjalment il-bibien tal-faċilitajiet sportivi ‘outdoor’  ta’ SportMalta għall-atleti, wara li ilhom magħluqin għall-aħħar xahrejn minħabba l-pandemija tal-Covid-19.   It-taħriġ tal-atleti jista’ jsir fi gruppi ta’ sitta u jista’ jkun magħmul minn ħames atleti u kowċ jew grupp ta’ sitt atleti, u n-numru totali ta’ persuni permessi fil-post għandu jammonta…

The impact of Covid-19 has been felt globally. Lockdowns and restrictions across Europe have put huge strain on everyone’s health and wellbeing. People have felt isolated, detached and levels of physical activity have been falling. But, physical activity has never played a more important role in people’s lives than today and it has the power…

The National Pool Complex and the Marsa Sport Complex will be opening its outdoor facilities as from Monday, whilst the National Shooting Range will be open from Saturday.  As per guidelines issued by the Public Health Authorities, all facilities will be opened exclusively for registered athletes at the Associations` and Clubs` discretion. No other persons…

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