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Oliver Spiteri
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Personal information
Full name Oliver Spiteri
Date of birth (1970-07-04) 4 July 1970 (age 48)
Place of birth Attard, Malta
Height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Teams managed
Years Team
2003 - 2004 Birkirkara FC Under 16
2004 - 2005 Birkirkara FC Under 19
2005 - 2006 Marsaxlokk FC
2006 - 2009 Malta Under 17 National Team
2009 - 2011 Mosta FC
2012 - 2014 Vittoriosa Stars FC
2014 - 2017 Balzan FC
2017 - Current Naxxar Lions FC

Oliver Spiteri (born 4th July 1970) is a Maltese Football UEFA Pro Coach [1] and a former player. Currently is the Head Coach with Naxxar Lions FC in the Maltese Premier League [2]

Playing Career[edit | edit source]

Oliver started playing with his hometown Birkirkara FC at a young age. He then moved to St.Lucia FC (5 years) and won promotion to the Maltese First Division. After, he joined Żabbar St. Patrick's FC and again won promotion to the Premier League. After two seasons he moved again to Birkirkara FC for two seasons. During these two seasons, Birkirkara FC won all major trophies in Malta and in Season 1999/2000. they were crowned champions for the first time in their history. Oliver ended up his carrier with Lija Athletic FC, where they won promotion for the Premier League in Season 2000/2001.

Coaching Career[edit | edit source]

During his coaching career; Oliver started with the youth team of Birkirkara FC In 2005 he joined Qormi FC in the Maltese Second Division of Malta. However, in October 2006 he was taken by Ray 'ZAZU' Farrugia as his assistant with Marsaxlokk FC in the Premier League. The club finished third in the league and Oliver was appointed Head Coach of the team for the UEFA Intertoto Cup. In the first game, they obtained a prestigious 1-1 draw on home soil in their first outing against HŠK Zrinjski Mostar [3]. From 2006 to 2009, Oliver was appointed as Coach for the Under 17 Maltese National Team and from years 2007 till 2009, he was also assistant to Mr.Dušan Fitzel with the Maltese National Team [4][5].

After the National Team experience, Oliver Spiteri coached with following clubs in Malta -

Mosta FC (Jul 2009 / Nov 2011) [6][edit | edit source]

Vittoriosa Stars FC (Jan 2012 / Apr 2014) [7][edit | edit source]

Balzan FC (Jun 2014 / May 2017) [8][edit | edit source]

Naxxar Lions FC (Nov 2017 / Current) [9] [10][edit | edit source]

Manager Honours[edit | edit source]

Birkirkara FC Under 16 (Jul 2003 / Jun 2004)[edit | edit source]

  • National Knock-Out Winners

Birkirkara FC Under 19 (Jul 2004 / Jun 2005)[edit | edit source]

  • Section ‘A’ Winners

Marsaxlokk FC (Oct 2005 / Jun 2006)[edit | edit source]

Malta Under 17 National Team (Jul 2006 / Jun 2009)[edit | edit source]

  • 3rd Place in UEFA Qualifying Group (2006)
  • 3rd Place in UEFA Qualifying Group (2007)
  • 1st Place in FISEC Games 2008 (Gold Medalist)

Mosta FC (Jul 2009 / Nov 2011)[edit | edit source]

  • Semi Finalist 100th Year’s Anniversary Cup (2009/2010)
  • Promoted to Premier League (2010/2011)

Vittoriosa Stars FC (Jan 2012 / Apr 2014)[edit | edit source]

Balzan FC (Jun 2014 / May 2017)[edit | edit source]

External Links[edit | edit source]

  • FootballDatabase.eu [11]
  • Soccerway [12]
  • Worldfootball.net [13]
  • Sport1 Profile [14]


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