Hamrun Amateurs Football Club officially received recognition from the Office of the Commissioner for Voluntary Organizations. This recognition is a testament to the dedication and hard work put in by the members of the Sporting Community Football Club Hamrun Amateurs.

The club is best known for its men’s football team which competes in the Third Division Championship of the Malta Amateur Football Association. The current season is in its last phase, and Hamrun Amateurs finds itself in fifth place in the table with 12 points gained.

The club’s journey started with two brothers, J├╝rgen and Kurt Buhagiar, who shared a passion for football. A few months later, they were joined by Ramon Vella, and together they embarked on the project of setting up a new amateur football team. They started drawing up ideas, discussing strategies, and making plans for the future.

Their hard work paid off when the team was officially founded on 1 July 2022. Since then, the club has made significant progress, and its players have shown tremendous skill and dedication on the field. They have faced some tough competition, but their resilience and determination have helped them overcome the odds and secure a respectable position in the table.

The club’s recognition by the Office of the Commissioner for Voluntary Organizations is a significant milestone, and it reflects the dedication and hard work of everyone involved in the project. The club has already achieved so much in a short period, and there is no doubt that it will continue to grow and achieve more success in the future.

Hamrun Amateurs Football Club is a testament to the power of community and the spirit of sportsmanship. It is a place where individuals can come together to pursue their passion for football and work towards a common goal. The club’s recognition is not just a victory for the team but for the entire community. It is an inspiration to other amateur sports teams and a reminder that with hard work, dedication, and a strong community, anything is possible.