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List of football stadiums in Malta

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List of football stadiums in Malta

The following is a partial list of association football stadiums in Malta in order of capacity. Many stadiums are for multiple functions.

Current Stadiums

# Stadium City Home Team/s Capacity
1 Ta' Qali National Stadium Ta' Qali National 18,000
2 Hibernians Ground Paola Hibernians F.C. 8,000
3 Victor Tedesco Stadium Ħamrun Ħamrun Spartans F.C. 6,000
4 Gozo Stadium Victoria, Gozo Gozo local 4,000
5 St. John Athletic Stadium Marsa Local 4,000
6 Independence Ground Floriana Floriana F.C. 4,000
7 Centenary Stadium Ta' Qali Local 2,500
8 Pace Grasso Ground Paola Local 1,500
9 Luxol Stadium Pembroke St. Andrews 800
10 Rabat Ajax Football Ground Rabat Rabat Ajax 700
11 Charles Abela Memorial Stadium Mosta Mosta F.C 600
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