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Pos Team P W L D Pts
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Victoria Hotspurs F.C.
0 0 0 0 0
2
Dingli Swollows
0 0 0 0 0
3
Ghaxaq F.C.
0 0 0 0 0
4
Kalkara United
0 0 0 0 0
5
Mdina Knights
0 0 0 0 0
6
Mqabba F.C.
0 0 0 0 0
7
Siggiewi F.C.
0 0 0 0 0
8
St Georges F.C.
0 0 0 0 0
9
St Venera Lightnings
0 0 0 0 0
10
Ta' Xbieb Sports Club
0 0 0 0 0

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THE TEAM

Richard Sammut

Goalkeepers

Kyle Barbara

Goalkeepers

Lawrence Grima

Defenders

Christian Grima

Defenders

Jason Pace

Defenders

Daniel Farrugia

Defenders

James Tabone

Defenders

Oliver Cremona

Defenders

George Borg

Defenders

Dylan Mercieca

Midfielders

Shaun Attard

Midfielders

Etienne Xiberras

Midfielders

Christoph Caruana

Midfielders

Anthony Camilleri

Midfielders

Lorenzo Atzori

Forwards

Wellington De’Souza

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Honours

GOZO FIRST DIVISION LEAGUE

GFA CUP

MILLENIUM CUP

SUPER CUP

GOZO FIRST DIVISION K.O.

PREMIER K.O.

ESSO CUP

GALEA CUP

INDEPENDENCE CUP

REPUBLIC CUP

FREEDOM DAY CUP

DINGLI CUP

GOOD CONDUCT CUP

CIVIL COUNCIL CUP

GOZO SECOND DIVISION LEAGUE

GOZO SECOND DIVISION K.O.

TAPIE SECOND DIVISION CUP

MG SECOND DIVISION K.O.

Second Division Challenge Cup

OUR HISTORY

The Victoria Hotspurs Football Club was formed in December 1948 by Dr. Antoine Mercieca M.D. with the help of Mr. Gigi Xuereb and Mr. Alfred Attard. The Club’s original name was Victoria Hotspur, since its first Club President, Dr. Antoine Mercieca M.D., was a fervent supporter of Tottenham Hotspur, an English football club in London that competes in the Premier League.

Nicknamed The Hospitals, Victoria Hotspur had its first premises in the old Gozo Hospital in St. Francis Square, Victoria. In the first three matches, players wore brand new white shirts borrowed from the Gozo Hospital. Later on, red shirts with white sleeves, together with white shorts, were bought from the sister island of Malta.

Victoria Hotspurs Football Club played its first friendly match against the Salesian Youths, losing 1-2. Its first official Gozo Football League match was against Ghajnsielem Rangers on the 30th January 1948, with Victoria Hotspurs winning the game 2-1. After finishing second to Salesian Youths, Victoria Hotspurs won their first Galea Cup after defeating RAF(Gozo) 6-1.

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